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This standards aligned, engaging, camping themed resource contains 100 printables (worksheets) for the third grade, each one focusing on either Language, Math, Writing, and/or Reading skills! These are excellent to use for early finishers, quarantine packets, seat-work, homework, morning work, substitute days, and even to send home within a summer packet for further review! Having a few of these sheets printed and ready to go at all times ensures that you won’t ever have a student with “nothing to do” and it can also give you the peace of mind that should you need a mental or physical health day, you’ve got these ready-made, no-prep, throw them in a folder, substitute activities ready for your class to independently complete in your absence. ANSWER SHEETS ARE INCLUDED!

PLEASE NOTE: The resources within this purchase contain materials that your students will be learning throughout the course of your entire school year, so if you need review work to begin your year with, I recommend also purchasing the grade level below this one, and/or, if you need higher leveled work, grab the one geared for the level above as well!

The standards reviewed and practiced within are:

Math (3.MD.A.1, 3.NBT.A.1, 3.NBT.A.2, 3.NBT.A.3, 3.OA.A.4, 3.OA.B.5, 3.0A.B6, 3.0A.C.7, 3.0A.A.1, 3.0A.A.2, 3.NFA.1, 3.NFA.2.A) *Addition and subtraction of word problems involving minutes using travel times, rounding whole numbers to the nearest 10 or 100, adding and subtracting within 1000, multiplication with multiples of ten, division skills, finding the missing numbers in multiplication and division equations, mental math for division and multiplication, rewriting addition into multiplication, separating objects into equal groups, understanding and then writing fractions with shaded drawings, writing fractions onto number lines*

Reading (RF.3.3.A, RF.3.3.C, RF.3.4.C, RL.3.1, RL.3.3, RL.3.6, RI.3.1, R.I.3.2, R.I.3.3) *Prefix and suffix practice, multi-syllable words, using context clues to determine word meanings, reading passages to demonstrate understanding of text/describing characters within/and determining own points of views that may differ from the characters within, reading and answering questions with a focus on main ideas/details that support it, cause and effect and sequencing of events*

Language (L.3.1.C, L.3.1.A, L.3.3.A, L.3.2.A, L.3.1.F, L.3.1.G, L.3.1.H, L.3.2B, L.3.2.C) *Abstract and concrete nouns, adjectives and adverbs, choose your own adjective/adverb/noun/verb activities, pronouns, choosing adjectives that change the effects/mood of a story, capitalizing titles, pronoun-antecedent agreement, comparative and superlative adjectives, coordinating and subordinating conjunctions, using commas in addresses, using commas and quotation marks in dialogue*

Writing (W.3.2.A, W.3.1.D, W.3.3.A, W.3.1, W.3.1.A, W.3.1.B, W.3.1.C, W.3.2, W.3.2.B, W.3.2.C, W.3.2.D, W.3.3, W.3.3.B, W.3.3.C, W.3.3.D) *Introducing a topic with prompts and with illustrations, establishing and introducing characters and sequencing of events graphic organizer (use this with the extra writing pages for a topic/prompt of your own choosing!), writing opinion pieces with correct structure/supporting reasons/linking words/and concluding statements, writing informative/explanatory pieces with details and linking words and concluding statements, writing narratives with dialogue, temporal ordering words, and closure. (The last two pages are to use as a backside for each writing piece and the organizer above. Just choose which format you’d prefer (with an illustration or without) and then print it double-sided with each prompt page/planning page given!)*

Language, Reading, and Math Timed Challenge Wipe-Off Sheets *These are for use as either a whole class (each student gets a copy to place into their file folder protector sheet) activity where the teacher sets a timer and calls stop after their own set time, or you can place laminated copies with a pre-set timer back at a center. If sent home in a summer packet or for homework, attach a small note asking parents to place these into file folder protector sheets and to set a timer for a set amount of time for their child. Great for parental involvement help and keeping students active! *