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My Favorite Resources for Third Grade Teachers

Getting a new teaching job is fun, exciting, and overwhelming. Here a some of my favorite resources for third grade teachers.

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The First Week of Third Grade

Third grade! Yay! I survived the first two weeks of third grade and finally have the time/energy to tell you a little bit about it. I won’t be going into total detail, so please leave a comment if you have a question! (UPDATE: I created a much more detailed post in 2018. Read it here: ... Read More about The First Week of Third Grade

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Tips and Resources for New Third Grade Teachers

If you ask me (and I am pretending that you did), third grade is the BEST grade to teach! Third graders are still young enough to love school, love their teacher and get excited over simple things like coloring. However, they are old enough to be independent workers and thinkers. Most third graders know how […]

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ELA Weekly Assessments (3rd Grade) | Distance Learning | Google Forms

Google Forms Now Included! The ELA Weekly Assessments are being added as Google Forms. You will be able to download the links as they are available.  These are the months currently available as Google Forms:   April - done May - done June - done July - N/A August - done September - done October - done November - done December - done January - done February - done March - done This resource is a companion for your 3rd Grade ELA Morning Work.   You asked, I answered. This resource is a result of multiple requests from 3rd grade teachers that have been using the ELA Morning Work {3rd Grade}. These teachers wanted a way to assess the skills practiced throughout the week. These weekly assessments are a companion for the Good Morning, Sunshine! ELA Morning Work {3rd Grade}. The morning work is available in an ELA bundle or the ELA + Math Morning Work {3rd Grade}. Click the links below to view these bundles. (Please note there are NOT assessments for the Math bundle.) >>ELA Morning Work {3rd Grade} >>ELA + Math Morning Work {3rd Grade} The ELA morning work covers critical language, grammar, and comprehension skills over the year. The suggested way to use this resource is by reviewing the skills throughout the week with the morning work, and then giving the assessment on Friday for a weekly quiz grade. Not only will this hold your students accountable, but this also serves as a gauge for students' learning. Plus, it's a consistent weekly quiz grade with a streamlined answer key to be easy on your teacher eyes! Please remember that this is a GROWING Bundle and the assessments will be released on the 15th of each month. You can see the schedule below:  Schedule for Upcoming ELA Weekly Assessments August: available nowSeptember: available nowOctober: available nowNovember: available nowDecember: available nowJanuary: available nowFebruary: available nowMarch: available nowApril: available nowMay: available nowJune: available now This ELA + Math Morning Work is available for the following grade levels: ELA + Math Bundles 1st Grade 2nd Grade 3rd Grade 4th Grade 5th Grade ELA Bundles 1st Grade 2nd Grade 3rd Grade 4th Grade 5th Grade 6th Grade 7th Grade 8th Grade ELA Weekly Assessments 2nd Grade 3rd Grade 4th Grade 5th Grade 6th Grade Math Bundles 1st Grade 2nd Grade 3rd Grade 4th Grade 5th Grade Let’s connect!  The Literacy Loft Blog The Literacy Loft on Instagram The Literacy Loft on Pinterest The Literacy Loft on Facebook If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please email me at Jessica@theliteracyloft.com Happy Teaching!   - Jessica

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3rd Grade Websites I Can't Live Without

Hello darlings! Amy here from That Teaching Spark! If you are like me, you use some semblance of technology in your classroom. You might be 1:1 with each student having a device or you may have access to a few devices for your entire class! I'm lucky enough to have a class set of chrome carts to share with my grade level of five teachers. We rotate the chrome books around to each other. I also have four devices that I use for math rotations every day! I have to admit, I would be lost without them! There are so many amazing websites and resources out there! I asked all of you in the All About 3rd Grade Facebook Group, to share the websites you use on a daily basis. I have reviews those websites and have included the ones most often recommended in this All About 3rd Grade Symbaloo. A Symbaloo is simply a bookmarking site. You can copy and paste this link on your classroom website, Google Classroom, or other learning platform for your students. Then students can click the icon to take them to the recommended page. https://www.symbaloo.com/mix/allabout3rdgrade Most websites that I included are free or at least allow for a free version with less bells and whistles. Here are 3 of My Favs 1. Epic Epic is perfect for sharing books on your projector. It has over hundreds of popular books! They have some books read aloud but I really like it for the nonfiction and collections that it offers. You can even create quizzes for your students. Watch this video for a little overview. 2. Prodigy Play Math Prep My kiddos use Prodigy everyday in math rotations. I can assign them any standard I want and it will create questions for them. This is what students see. They create little avatar wizards and then battle through lands that they unlock. They even earn pets that can have powers! They unlock and earn power ups by answering question correctly. You can assign the skills or have the game do it for you! In this video, I explain how to assign test prep, but it is the same directions for other assignments. 3. Go Formative This is a new website for me! I am super excited to try it next year! create online assessments, classwork or homework connects seamlessly with Google Classroom ANY GRADE, ANY SUBJECT, ANY DEVICE create a class & track student data students can type, draw or upload images get LIVE results & give instant feedback to your students very easy to use FREE & PAPERLESS for both teachers and students Check out the video for a sneak peek on how it works! Join us in the All About 3rd Grade Facebook Group to learn more amazing tips like this!

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How We Do Fluency in 3rd Grade

Here in third grade, we practice fluency daily with: -Word Lists -Phrase Lists -Passages/Running Records My Mental Journey I have had a love-hate relationship with fluency. As a third grade teach…

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Third Grade Sight Word Sentence Cards - This Reading Mama

Third Grade Sight Word Sentence Cards - Dolch 3rd grade + Fry ~ This Reading Mama

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Free ELA Pacing Guide for Third Grade

Do you use a yearly pacing guide? It is so handy to have a map of how you plan to fit the various standards into your academic year. Things WILL change, but it nice to have some idea of where you’d like to be with your instruction. I think that it makes lesson […]

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