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After School Reading Activities, Grade 3 (100+)

After School Reading Activities, Grade 3 (100+)

Language: English

Pages: 128

ISBN: 0742417735

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


After-School Reading Activities focuses on building word skills, vocabulary, and reading comprehension through activities that are enjoyable as well as educational. Intended to stimulate interest in reading with approachable, often hands-on exercises, this book is a unique tool to use as extension, enrichment, take-home projects, or as part of your classroom curriculum.

The age-appropriate and grade-appropriate materials support national reading standards. Each activity focuses on an integral word or reading skill, or on pertinent vocabulary. The tasks will stimulate students' creativity while providing practice with important reading skills.

This book also features a set of flash cards that present high-interest vocabulary and definitions. They are sure to become an often-used part of your program. Use them in groups or as an individual drill.

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the chin ____________________ 2. the organ used to see ____________________ 3. midday ____________________ 4. father ____________________ 5. a female sheep ____________________ 6. to move up and down in the water ____________________ 7. the blades of a helicopter ____________________ 8. an Eskimo canoe ____________________ 9. the polite name for a lady ____________________ 10. a firecracker that fails to explode ____________________ 11. a device used by police to catch

time. They also drink their mother’s milk. Read each sentence. Put a check mark to show how these two kinds of cats are alike and different. Alike Different 1. The size of mountain lions and house cats 2. The way the two kinds of cats hunt for food 3. The color of the two kinds of cats 4. What we call the babies of each 5. What the two kinds of babies eat 6. Places where the two kinds of cats usually live 7. How soft and thick the fur is 8. The number of babies each has at one time

night. __________ 9. James and Joshua go fishing and wonder whether anyone they know is helping slaves to escape from the South. __________10. Joshua tells James that his parents are running a “station” and makes him swear not to tell anyone else. __________11. Joshua’s mother mends some old clothes but won’t tell Joshua why she is fixing the clothing. __________12. James tells his father about Joshua’s parents and their secret. __________13. Joshua’s father is arrested. ©©McGraw-Hill Children’s

mother. Connect the words in each set of colored circles in ABC order. Begin at each star. front enough flood love anyone dove blood wonderful won crop blond stop spot clock solve dodge hop doll hot cot sod mother done none come tough touch tongue ton someone son some once skeleton sponge other one sock odd shop nod shock pond mop rod lollipop rock lot knock knot ©©McGraw-Hill Children’s Publishing School Specialty Publishing 7 0-7424-1773-5 After School Reading Activities

.21 Nice and Cozy (Hard and Soft C) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22 On Stage (Hard and Soft G) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23 Word Categories (R-Controlled Vowels) . . . . . . . . .24 Simply Easy (Hard and Soft S) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25 The Root of the Problem (Root Words) . . . . . . . . . . .26 Zoo Loos (Rhyming Words) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27 Put Them Together (Contractions) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28 Proper Prefixes (Prefixes) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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