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3rd Grade Common Core: RI.3.2

Common Core Identifier: RI.3.2 / Grade: 3
Curriculum: Reading Informational: Key Ideas and Details
Detail: Determine the main idea of a text; recount the key details and explain how they support the main idea.
15 Common Core State Standards (CCSS) aligned worksheets found:
Have your students complete this book review form each time they've finished a book.
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Summarize the main idea of the book and list interesting facts you've learned.
Read this short passage about the wood frog, an amazing amphibian that freezes as a means of hibernation. Then answer the questions that follow.
This short reading comprehension passage gives an overview of gladiators in ancient Rome and includes 5 follow-up questions.
Learn about two different types of germs: bacteria and viruses. Find out how to prevent germs from making you sick. Discover a special type of bacteria that is actually important to your health.
Learn about the many unique moons of our solar system.  (approx. 3rd grade level)
The way the earth's rotation and revolution interact with the sun means night can sometimes last 24 hours in some places! This short article helps explain the fascinating phenomenon to students.
This worksheet has 5 questions to answer after reading a short passage about the kinds of clothing that were worn in ancient Rome.
Find out how energy from the sun can create electricity. This passage is written at a 3rd grade reading level.
Have your students read this short passage on apple trees and answer the reading comprehension questions that go with it.
Read a short passage about the world's tallest waterfall and then answer several short answer and multiple choice questions about the text.
This poem tells about the seasons. It's laid out to visually represent the cycle that moves from one season to the next. After reading the poem, students answer questions, and complete a vocabulary activity and a writing prompt relating to what they've reead.
This article compares and contrasts river hippos and pygmy hippos. Students can read the article and then answer several reading comprehension questions, complete a vocabulary activity, and respond to a writing prompt.
Learn the three segments of the world's most populous type of animal and other facts! Then answer questions, including identifying true or false statements and the author's purpose.
This entertaining poem about staying up all night is a great way to introduce students to poetry. The worksheet includes three questions for students to answer.
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