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3rd Grade Collection

Resources for learning pods, homeschooling, classrooms, or any learning environment.

In third grade, students begin making the important transition from learning to read to reading to learn. It is therefore essential that students master these basic skills—decoding words, reading text fluently, and comprehending what they read—so that they are ready to move on to more complex skills, such as analyzing a text, thinking more deeply about what they read, and being able to discuss the main ideas.

In math, the focus is on developing an understanding of the concepts behind multiplication and division. Working with objects can help students grasp the idea of combining and separating groups of objects represented by these mathematical operations. They then need to memorize their multiplication and division facts. Students also begin to develop an understanding of fractions, the area of two-dimensional objects.


Insects Visit Flowers

SKU: 2964
$4.49
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Answers for Curious Young Minds These 12 nonfiction science readers feature captivating photography and easy-to-read text to provide a firsthand look into some of nature's most fascinating phenomena. How do birds build nests? Why do spiders spin silk? How do some plants eat insects? Inquiring minds want to know! And now, students can discover answers to their probing questions with...

Birds Use Their Bills

SKU: 2966
$4.49
Answers for Curious Young Minds These 12 nonfiction science readers feature captivating photography and easy-to-read text to provide a firsthand look into some of nature's most fascinating phenomena. How do birds build nests? Why do spiders spin silk? How do some plants eat insects? Inquiring minds want to know! And now, students can discover answers to their probing questions with...
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Cootie Catchers: Science, Grade 3, eBook

SKU: 2646-EB
$4.99
**THIS IS A DOWNLOADABLE PRODUCT!** 20 Standards-Based Cootie Catchers Using a new twist on the origami fortune tellers, this Cootie Catchers book provides a fun and unique approach to practicing and reviewing standards-based science content and academic language. Features 20 reproducible cootie catchers perfect for portable practice, differentiated instruction, classroom center activities, enrichment assignments when regular class work is completed,...
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At the Zoo

SKU: 3009
$4.49
A Nonfiction Science Series for Beginning Readers Just try to keep these books on the shelves! Children can't resist "diving" into these brightly colored books to explore their favorite topics. Young scientists will examine plant parts and animal features "up close" and then turn the page to see how these smaller parts fit into the "bigger picture." Children will take...
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Among the Flowers

SKU: 3007
$4.49
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A Nonfiction Science Series for Beginning Readers Just try to keep these books on the shelves! Children can't resist "diving" into these brightly colored books to explore their favorite topics. Young scientists will examine plant parts and animal features "up close" and then turn the page to see how these smaller parts fit into the "bigger picture." Children will take...

Animals Grow New Parts

SKU: 2970
$4.49
Answers for Curious Young Minds These 12 nonfiction science readers feature captivating photography and easy-to-read text to provide a firsthand look into some of nature's most fascinating phenomena. How do birds build nests? Why do spiders spin silk? How do some plants eat insects? Inquiring minds want to know! And now, students can discover answers to their probing questions with...
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Animals Hide

SKU: 2969
$4.49
Answers for Curious Young MindsThese 12 nonfiction science readers feature captivating photography and easy-to-read text to provide a firsthand look into some of nature's most fascinating phenomena. How do birds build nests? Why do spiders spin silk? How do some plants eat insects? Inquiring minds want to know! And now, students can discover answers to their probing questions with these...
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Animals Prepare for Winter

SKU: 2971
$4.49
Answers for Curious Young MindsThese 12 nonfiction science readers feature captivating photography and easy-to-read text to provide a firsthand look into some of nature's most fascinating phenomena. How do birds build nests? Why do spiders spin silk? How do some plants eat insects? Inquiring minds want to know! And now, students can discover answers to their probing questions with these...
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Science Games Galore! – Life, Space, and Physical Science, Grade 3, eBook

SKU: 1699-EB
$12.99
**THIS IS A DOWNLOADABLE PRODUCT!** 10 Matching Games That Reinforce Basic Science Skills. Each Science Games Galore! book features 10 ready-to-use games and 10 reproducible activity pages designed to reinforce essential science skills. The titles focus on a variety of standards-based science concepts and include the following: Interactive, hands-on, full-color card stock cards and answer keys Games and reproducibles designed...
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In the Forest

SKU: 3010
$4.49
A Nonfiction Science Series for Beginning Readers Just try to keep these books on the shelves! Children can't resist "diving" into these brightly colored books to explore their favorite topics. Young scientists will examine plant parts and animal features "up close" and then turn the page to see how these smaller parts fit into the "bigger picture." Children will take...
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In the Meadow

SKU: 3005
$4.49
A Nonfiction Science Series for Beginning Readers Just try to keep these books on the shelves! Children can't resist "diving" into these brightly colored books to explore their favorite topics. Young scientists will examine plant parts and animal features "up close" and then turn the page to see how these smaller parts fit into the "bigger picture." Children will take...
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Spiders Spin Silk

SKU: 2968
$4.49
Answers for Curious Young Minds These 12 nonfiction science readers feature captivating photography and easy-to-read text to provide a firsthand look into some of nature's most fascinating phenomena. How do birds build nests? Why do spiders spin silk? How do some plants eat insects? Inquiring minds want to know! And now, students can discover answers to their probing questions with...
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