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Third Grade Reading

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3rd grade Student Friendly I Can Statements for Common Core With Pictures

This kid friendly 3rd grade common core checklist is a 6 page resource that is a fun and very visual way for teachers, students and parents to see third grade skills. Includes all common core standards in a condensed and student (and parent) friendly format. There are 2 pages of I can statements of...

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3rd Grade Reading List | Lextin Eclectic

Here's our 3rd grade reading list! Love a giant stack of good books for a new school year! Reading is the best part of our day. If you're looking for some reading inspiration, look no further!

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How to Survive the Winter Holidays as a Teacher • Caffeinated and Creative

The winter holidays are the busiest and most chaotic time! Read on for a post chock full of ideas, tips, books, and much more for the season!

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Reading Intervention Activities: A Sneak Peek at 10 Minute Interventions

Don't have time in your day to reach every student? My 10 Minute Reading Intervention resource can help you squeeze in lessons that are fast & effective!

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Main Idea and Details Activities

This main idea and details sentence sort activity is a great way to get students thinking about HOW details support a main idea. They will use higher-order thinking skills as they justify their answer.

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Free Reading Exit Slips for 4th and 5th Grade

Exit slips are a great way to quickly assess your students on reading skills and standards that you are teaching. Grab free reading exit slips on this post.

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Reading Strategy Groups... The Missing Piece! - The Rigorous Owl

Reading Strategy Groups are quick and easy and do not require a lot of work on the teacher's part. Pick your strategy, run copies, gather your students, model, guide and watch your readers blossom! The real reward is seeing your students smile when you say, "Get out your books! It's time for reading!"

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