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3rd Grade Common Core

Welcome to the 3rd Grade Common Core Pinterest page! We hope you find valuable resources to help support the new Common Core Curriculum standards. **Note to Collaborative Pinners* Please make sure to not pin the same product multiple times on multiple boards in the same day. It crowds the Pinterest feed of followers. To keep our followers please try to pin a mixture of free products, blog posts, and paid products. Remember this is a collaborative board. :) Thanks so much.... ~Pam

All Things Upper Elementary: Dream House: An Additive Area Project (3rd Grade Common Core) - Blog post with freebie

The Hanleys: 3rd Grade Math- Anchor Charts/Posters

"This is the teacher fun location for 3rd grade and fourth grade teachers. We know you'll find a free download (or perhaps even more like a hundred) that is just right for you that teach third grade and fourth grade" - Free Download (380+)

Punctuation posters with cute rhymes to help students remember their function. Part of Punctuation unit (period, comma, exclamation, question mark, quotations, apostrophe, colon and semicolon) $

This is a great activity for those early finishers. It can be set up as a center or a file folder activity. Informational text center - also includes printables for interactive journals. Reading level: 3rd grade - paid

Tom Hiddleston's fan letter to Joss Whedon is the most adorable thing ever. Since most of your students probably love The Avengers, why not use this article to teach them something about letter writing?

Editable Documenting Common Core - set up a station so students can do this independently. $

Freebie! This resource includes two grade 3 common core interactive notebook reading lessons, printable student pages, graphic organizers, a reflection on learning printable, and explanations for the lessons!

This bundle includes everything you need to teach and assess for a month long unit of study on biography in the reading and writing workshops! There are 40 CCSS detailed lessons, chart examples, printable graphic organizers and thinkmarks for every reading lessons, writing rubrics, and much more! ($)

Freebie! This resource includes a lesson for both reading and writing workshops, as well as a printable graphic organizer and thinkmark. Get to know your students' reading and writing interests with this great resource!

nonfiction vs fiction...I always struggled with this as a kid and this chart makes it really easy to understand....great item to go over at the beginning of the school year when waiting for the 90 day count

close-up of folktales anchor chart - Finally, a chart that simplifies the folktale genre!

Reflecting on Reader's Workshop: Implementing Procedures: Anchor Charts

Literature Circles - organizational tips and $ packet

TEST PREP TIP: Tips for goal setting.

Inference - Crime Scene - Writing Activity and other literary ideas

Check in station for morning messages show students what their task(s) are for the asmt. $