Ela 3rd grade

Enhance your 3rd grade ELA curriculum with these engaging activities that promote reading comprehension, writing skills, and vocabulary development. Explore top ideas to make learning ELA fun and interactive for your students.
Anchor Chart: OREO Opinion Writing; be sure to include sentence starters

Anchor charts are a great way to make thinking visible as you record strategies, processes, cues, guidelines and other content during the learning process. Here are 25 of our favorite charts for teaching your students all about writing. This is the first post in the Teaching Young Writers blog series sponsored by Zaner-Bloser's Strategies for Writers.

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Emily Scovill
Literacy centers are a great way to help 3rd grade students practice ELA skills and standards.  This post shares ideas for reading, writing, word work, and grammar stations that are great for third graders.  #thirdgradewordwork #3rdgradeliteracycenters #3rdgradecenters #centersfor3rd #smallgroupsinthirdgrade #thirdgradeideas #literacycenters #literacycenters3rdgraders English, Third Grade Literacy Centers, Third Grade Reading Centers, Third Grade Reading Classroom, Teaching Third Grade Reading, Third Grade Grammar, Third Grade Literacy Activities, Third Grade Literacy, Third Grade Reading Activities

Literacy centers are a great way to help 3rd grade students practice ELA skills and standards. This post shares ideas for reading, writing, word work, and grammar stations that are great for third graders. #thirdgradewordwork #3rdgradeliteracycenters #3rdgradecenters #centersfor3rd #smallgroupsinthirdgrade #thirdgradeideas #literacycenters #literacycenters3rdgraders

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Marine at Tales from a Very Busy Teacher
English, Daily 5, Spelling Games, Teaching Spelling, Spelling Menu, Spelling Activities, Grade Spelling, Spelling Words, Third Grade Reading Centers

I have always struggled with spelling, and how to engage students in meaningful activities to practice their spelling words! I have tried just about everything under the sun, from rotating through teacher-selected word work centers, to a free choice spelling menu where students try to complete different activities throughout the week. Nothing seemed to work!

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Kelly Moxon