Encourage your third-grade students to show their creative sides, with our most popular creative writing printables.
They'll be inspired by these poetry and story-writing activities and lessons.
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Students will play a game in which they need to change direction quickly.
Students are to pretend that they are on a sailboat that is in the middle of a storm.
Below you will find a variety of lesson plans to help guide your instruction.
In order to help you integrate these lessons into your existing curriculum, many of the lessons are aligned to the Common Core State Standards.
In this lesson, students will use Internet sources, graphic organizers and group activities to analyze and discuss the characteristics and story lines of two different fables, "The Owl and The Grasshopper" and "The Town Mouse and The Country Mouse." After students read and brainstorm story elements of the folktales, they will then write a fable of their own.
Students will take a walk outside with their protractor and measure the angles in nature.