The Wolf in Sheep's Clothing
The Boy Who Cried Wolf
Science and Other Cool Things
Words and Grammar
By the end of 3rd grade, kids should be able to: Work cooperatively on group projects with other kids. Demonstrate increasingly organized and logical thinking. Write neatly and legibly. Write a one-page opinion paper, report, or story with an introduction and a conclusion. With the help of an adult, use a keyboard to type what they write. Read third grade-level books aloud with expression and comprehension (get reading comprehension practice; see an example of a third grader reading fluently and with expression). Use strategies, such as looking at prefixes, suffixes, and root words, to read and understand new and unfamiliar words (get practice with prefixes and suffixes and root words). Multiply and divide with numbers up to 100 (get multiplication and division practice). Tell time to the nearest minute (get time-telling practice). Identify places on a map using directions, borders, longitude and latitude lines, the equator, and the North and South Poles. Know the basic physical components of the earth, such as land forms, water, climate, and weather.
The Tortoise and the Hare
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Numbers and Math
The Goose with the Golden Eggs
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