This lesson thoughtfully scaffolds the reading skill of predicting. Students are introduced to the concept and get to practice making predictions. They will apply what they have learned during a focused independent reading activity.
Fractions can be a tricky concept for third graders to master, but this guided lesson can help kids get there. It provides focused instruction designed by teachers and curriculum experts that is specific to the third grade curriculum. Exercises and practical examples help kids to put fractions in context with real-world math problems. When finished with the lesson, check out our fractions worksheets for more practice.
Looking for third grade help? These third grade resources offer multiple ways to support learners, from lesson plans to activities to worksheets. We also offer interactive games that work times tables. For those teaching third grade, you may want to check out our collection of exercises. Those working with older learners should browse our fourth grade resources.
Resources to Guide Third-graders to the Next Level
Third grade marks the center of elementary education. New adult teeth have replaced the baby ones that were there just the year before. With bigger teeth come bigger challenges as school starts gets more serious. The resource library is stocked with popular skills-based games, comprehensive workbooks, and easy-to-follow lesson plans that will help third-graders rise to the occasion.
Hundreds of highly-rated worksheets created by expert educators are available for download in the library. The activities run the gamut of the third-grade curriculum with lessons on fractions, multiplication and division, word problems to test comprehension and figurative language practice.
Guided lesson plans with suggested time instructions help parents and teachers effectively execute comprehensive exercises. Subjects range from root word prefixes to the difference between facts and opinions. The alluring activities have practical, real-world purposes that third-graders can take beyond the study desk.
In addition to classic worksheet and lesson plan methods, the Learning Library’s entertaining online games, hands-on activities, and interesting science projects add a layer of engagement to education that helps growing brains absorb and retain new information.