Reading Street Common Core 3rd Grade Units 1-6 Full Year Bundle 2013

This product is aligned with the 2013 Common Core edition of Reading Street for 3rd grade. Please check the stories listed to make sure that they match your adoption.

This bundle contains a variety of activities for each lesson in Units 1 - 6 from the third grade Reading Street Common Core 2013. These activities are designed to teach, re-teach, practice, or assess the lessons taught in these units. All of the lessons from units 1 - 6 are included in this bundle. A list of the unit lesson stories are listed below:

Unit 1:

• When Charlie Mc Button Lost Power
• What About Me?
• Kumak’s Fish
• Supermarket
• My Rows and Piles of Coins

Unit 2:

• Penguin Chick
• I Wanna Iguana
• Prudy’s Problem and How She Solved It
• Tops & Bottoms
• Amazing Bird Nests

Unit 3:

• How Do You Raise a Raisin?
• Pushing Up the Sky
• Seeing Stars
• A Symphony of Whales
• Around One Cactus

Unit 4:

• “The Man Who Invented Basketball” (biography/ social studies)
• “Hottest, Coldest, Highest, Deepest” (expository nonfiction/science)
• “Rocks in His Head” (biography/ science)
• “America’s Champion Swimmer: Gertrude Ederle” (biography/social studies)
• “Fly, Eagle, Fly!” (folk tale)

Unit 5:

• “Suki’s Kimono” (realistic fiction)
• “I Love Saturdays y domingos (realistic fiction)
• “Good-Bye, 382 Shin Dang Dong” (realistic fiction)
• “Jalapeno Bagels” (realistic fiction)
• “Me and Uncle Romie (historical fiction)

Unit 6:

• “The Story of the Statue of Liberty” (narrative nonfiction/ social studies)
• “Happy Birthday Mr. Kang” (realistic fiction/social studies)
• “Talking Walls: Art for the People” (photo essay/ social studies)
• “Two Bad Ants” (animal fantasy/social studies)
• “Atlantis: The Legend of a Lost City” (fantasy/ social studies)


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Created: Nov 19, 2016

Updated: Feb 22, 2018

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