✅ WHAT’S INCLUDED ✅
- In the Forest
- The Rainforest Dance
- A Field Trip to Glacier National Park
- A Heart for Animals
2 Prose Pieces:
- Welcome to the World, Baby Bears!
- The Student Store
2 Sets of vocabulary
2 Sets of comprehension questions
2 Elements of poetry, drama, and prose activity slides
Answer Key (2 versions)
Teacher Notes PDF with LINKS
SAVE MORE and GET MORE with the YEARLONG Knowledge Builders Mega Bundle for 3rd Grade!!! It has 20 key reading units that cover 3rd grade reading standards for fiction and nonfiction!
❤️ Why You’ll Love This Resource: ❤️
Comprehensive Coverage: Aligned to cover the Elements of Poetry, Drama, and Prose reading skills, this digital reading unit ensures your students receive consistent practice with this reading standard in a more interactive format than lengthy passages and assignments.
Increase Content Knowledge: The high-interest stories, vocabulary in context, and reading comprehension will help your students build their content knowledge and fill in some learning gaps.
Teacher-Friendly Features: The Google Slides are NO PREP and easy to grade with PDF and digital answer keys. There’s nothing to cut or laminate, and no papers are needed either! Plus, there’s enough material included for 2 – 4 days of reading activities or 2 full weeks of centers!
Routine, Routine, Routine: Using the Elements of Poetry, Drama, and Prose Knowledge Builder, as well as the other digital reading units included in the YEARLONG BUNDLE offers a two-fold benefit. As a teacher, building a reading block planning routine will save you hours upon hours of lesson planning time. No more searching for standards and skill-aligned resources. You’ll have everything you need in one convenient folder on your computer.
For students, consistently using digital reading units helps establish a reading block routine to reinforce expectations and keep students engaged and on task while you meet with small groups to provide targeted differentiation and instruction.
This resource targets the following:
Refer to parts of stories, dramas, and poems when writing or speaking about a text, using terms such as chapter, scene, and stanza; describe how each successive part builds on earlier sections. RL 3.4
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