Our 3rd Grade Spelling Lesson is one of 16 lessons from our 3RD GRADE COMMON CORE LANGUAGE UNIT
The 3rd Grade Spelling Lesson is aligned with these 3rd Grade Common Core READING and LANGUAGE Standards:
(CC.3.RI.1, CC.3.RI.4, CC.3.RI.5, CC.3.L.2e, CC.3.L.2f)
After learning about Spelling Rules i before e, e before i, silent e, final y, double the consonant adding es, and adding ves, students will:
answer reading comprehension questions
use the lesson to complete a Language Core Card
practice spelling rules by playing the game Spell It!
Spell It! is a full color game that simply needs to be printed and laminated.
In addition, we've included EIGHT full color Spelling Rules Posters that are ready to print, laminate, and hang in your classroom, color copies of the lesson for your White Board, black and white versions of the lesson and activities to make copies for your students, and answer pages.
Download the Preview to see the complete Lesson Plan, Core alignment, and samples from the lesson/activities.
CHECK OUT OUR OTHER 3RD GRADE COMMON CORE LANGUAGE PRODUCTS:
3RD GRADE COMMON CORE LANGUAGE UNIT
3RD GRADE COMMON CORE "I CAN" LANGUAGE POSTERS
3RD GRADE COMMON CORE CONTENT LANGUAGE POSTERS
3RD GRADE COMMON CORE DAILY LANGUAGE PRACTICE & ASSESSMENTS
3RD GRADE COMMON CORE LANGUAGE BUNDLE
3RD GRADE ADJECTIVES AND ADVERBS
3RD GRADE NOUNS AND PRONOUNS
3RD GRADE SIMPLE, COMPOUND, COMPLEX SENTENCES
3RD GRADE VERB TENSES AND SUBJECT/VERB AGREEMENT
3RD GRADE COMMAS
3RD GRADE CONTEXT CLUES
3RD GRADE PREFIXES AND SUFFIXES
3RD GRADE SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL PREPOSITIONS
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