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3rd Grade Common Core: RF.3.3d

Common Core Identifier: RF.3.3d / Grade: 3
Curriculum: Reading Foundational Skills: Phonics and Word recognition
Detail: Read grade-appropriate irregularly spelled words.
53 Common Core State Standards (CCSS) aligned worksheets found:
Several friends go on a train ride and learn about trains.  (9 characters, 6 page script)
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An entertaining reader's theater script about three children who want to have a bear as a pet.  (6 characters, 5 page script)
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Pirates are about to embark on their first adventure.  (7 characters, 3 page script)
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Story about a class of students who visit the farm to learn about the animals.  (17 characters,  6 page script)
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A fun Readers' Theater story about a hungry kickball team whose wish for popcorn is magically granted.
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An fun readers' theater about a girl who earns money and saves up for a purple basketball.  (10 characters, 4 page script)
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Connect the names of the bear species to find your way through the letter maze. The unused letters will reveal an interesting fact about Pandas.
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Complete this crossword by using the clues to figure out the words related to ancient Egypt. Terms include: sphinx, Sahara, hieroglyphics, mummy, Giza, Tutankhamun, Cleopatra, pyramids, papyrus, Nile, delta, and pharaoh.
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Draw lines to connect the letters in the planet names. Then, write the unused letters on the lines to reveal a fact about our solar system.
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Find your way through the maze by highlighting the letters in the names of the shark species.
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Find the words from the word bank in the puzzle. All of the words have something to do with the Day of the Dead.
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Connect letters that make up the names of the sea animals to find your way through the maze. Then copy the unused letters to reveal an fascinating fact about the largest animal on Earth.
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Challenge your students to find all of the words from the word bank in the puzzle.
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Complete this holiday-themed puzzle with seasonally appropriate words such as baskets, bonnet, hunt, jellybeans, marshmallow, Sunday, and more!
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Look for the words or phrases from the word bank in the puzzle. They're hidden horizontally, vertically, and diagonally.
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Connect letters to spell out the names of the baleen whale species. The unused letters will spell out two interesting facts about baleen whales.
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Connect the letters in the lizard species names. Then write the unused letters in the blank to find an interesting fact about lizards.
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Try this fun Cinco de Mayo activity with your class. They'll look for words such as celebration, independence, tradition, and more terms related to the holiday.
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Words in this puzzle are all related to the country of China. They are hidden vertically, horizontally, and diagonally. Words and phrases include The Great Wall, Himalayas, Shanghai, tea, and more.
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Find words like Stonehenge, Edinburgh, parliament, England, and more in this UK-themed word search puzzle.
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Connect letters in the words egg, caterpillar, chrysalis, and butterfly. Then write the unused letters on the blank lines to reveal an interesting fact about the butterfly life cycle.
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Connect the snake words and decode the snake facts. List includes cobra, bullsnake, rattlesnake, python, adder, and boa.
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Find the water cycle stages in the puzzle. Then write the unused letters on the blank lines to write a fact about the water cycle.
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Students will look for the hidden words in this puzzle. They are all related to ancient Greece. Words include: Parthenon, acropolis, mythology, Athens, democracy, Socrates, Sparta, philosophy, and more.
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Look at the word box and find the rock or mineral names in the puzzle.
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Match the words related to ancient Rome with the pictures and descriptions that go with them.
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Connect the names of the plant species. What do they all have in common. Write the unused letters on the lines to find out.
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Search for the wild cats in the puzzle. The letters that are not used will spell out a fascinating fact about cats.
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This word search about the province of Nova Scotia includes 15 terms related to the province, such as Bay of Fundy, lighthouses, and White Hill. See if your students can find them all!
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Learn about the animals with prehensile tails, which act like an extra hand to help animals climb and eat.
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Connect letters to spell the names of five different animal groups (mammals, amphibians , birds, reptiles, fish). The unused letters will tell you what the animal groups have in common.
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Look through this puzzle to find the hidden Ancient-Rome-related terms from the word bank. Terms include: aqueduct, Caesar, senate, toga, gladiator, chariot, and republic.
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Connect letters to spell out the names of the animal species that live on the continent of Australia. The unused letters will spell out an interesting fact about marsupials.
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This cloze activity is a great way to review what you've taught your students about ancient Rome.
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Connect letters in the puzzle to spell the names of ten insect species. Then write the unused letters on the blank spaces to learn two interesting facts about insects.
(Recommended for Grades 3 and up.)
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First find the species of frogs, toads, and salamanders in the puzzle. Then reveal the fun fact by copying the extra letters on the blank lines.
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Can your students find all the words hidden in the puzzle? Terms like Fraser River, Williston Lake, spirit bear, and other words related to the province are included.
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Learn an interesting fact about rodents' teeth by solving this word-maze challenge.
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Challenge your students to find all of the words from the word bank in the puzzle. Each word is related to the country of Italy.
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This word search puzzle features words having to do with ancient Egypt, such as King Tut, hieroglyphics, pyramid, sphinx, and more.
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Learn about tortoises and turtles with this fun word maze puzzle. The unused letters will spell out an interesting fact about a turtle's jaws.
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Connect the names of the spider species. Words include crab spider, jumping spider, black widow, tarantula, brown recluse, and trapdoor spider. The unused letters will spell out an interesting spider fact.
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Connect the weather words in the puzzle, including snow, cloudy, fog, freezing, hail, snow, sleet, hot, humid, and lightning.
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Find the words related to the capital of the United States in this word search. Terms include: Capitol Building, government, congress, Smithsonian, monuments, White House, and more!
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With this worksheet, students can search for the volcano-themed words hidden in the puzzle.
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Complete this crossword puzzle with words related to ancient Rome. Terms include: togas, chariot, Mediterranean, Tiber, Romulus, Pantheon, Latin, Colosseum, republic, emperor, senate, gladiators, Italy, and Julius Caesar.
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Follow the letters to create a maze of conifers, including: pine, redwood, cedar, spruce, hemlock, and juniper. The unused letters will spell a fact about coniferous trees.
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After following the maze of raptor words, write the extra letters on the line to learn a cool fact about birds of prey.
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Find terms like Mount Carleton, Grand Lake, and Saint John in this worksheet made for the province of New Brunswick.
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Connect the primate words in the puzzle, including baboon, capuchin, tamarin, chimpanzee, gibbon, and orangutan. The unused letters will spell out an interesting primate fact.
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Use the words from the word bank to solve this Germany-themed word search puzzle. Words are hidden vertically, horizontally, and diagonally.
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Search this puzzle for words and phrases related to Puerto Rico such as mofongo, island, San Juan, Cerro de Punta, and more.
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This game includes select words from the Fry Instant Sight Word List, Level 3. Some words include: together, between, until, once, almost, above, carry, family, thought, began, and country.
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