Thriving in Third Grade

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The questions written are FSA format questions that are meant to be answered after reading "Hottest, Coldest, Highest, Deepest" by Steven Jenkins. This is a nonfiction text in the Reading Street Grade 3 basal reader. The text uses many different
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These are questions that have been formatted to replicate the types of questions that students might be exposed to on the FSA. The questions can be used to assess students' understanding of the story "America's Champion Swimmer: Gertrude Ederle."
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These are questions that have been formatted to replicate the types of questions that students might be exposed to on the FSA. The questions can be used to assess students' understanding of the story "Suki's Kimono." It also can be used as a Close
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The questions are meant to be answered after reading "" by Carol Otis Fly, Eagle, Fly!" retold by Christopher Gregorowski. This is an African tale in the Reading Street Grade 3 basal reader. The questions can be used to supplement the weekly
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Close Read Higher Level Thinking Comprehension Questions to go with the paired reading selection "Fly, Eagle, Fly" from the Reading Street basal reader. Questions include multiple meaning words, main idea and details, cause and effect, theme, and
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The questions are meant to be answered after reading "Rocks in His Head" by Carol Otis Hurst. This is a biography text in the Reading Street Grade 3 basal reader. The questions can be used to supplement the weekly assessment. This can be used as a
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The questions are meant to be answered after reading the Reading Street Sleuth "Women in the Olympics." This is a nonfiction text in the Reading Street Grade 3 basal reader. The questions can be used to supplement the weekly assessment. This can be
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Close Read Higher Level Thinking Comprehension Questions to go with the paired reading selection "Marvelous Marble Mania" from the Reading Street basal reader. Questions include fact/opinion, main idea and details, and using graphic sources
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This is an outline that my students use to help them create their own legends. It gives the 7 components needed to write a traditional legend.
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I have taught third grade for ten years, and decided I needed a change, so I taught 5th grade in a middle school for 4 years, only to return back to a primary setting. Now I'm back in 3rd grade and happy to be there!

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I am a visual learner, so I try and incorporate plenty of visual materials when I teach. I also love using Kagan and other cooperative learning strategies.

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