Common Core State Standards (CCSS) Correlations

Daily Warm-Ups: Reading, Grade 3

Daily Warm-Ups: Reading, Grade 3

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Strand - Reading Standards: Literature, Grade 3

Key Ideas and Details

ELA.RL.3.1: Ask and answer questions to demonstrate understanding of a text, referring explicitly to the text as the basis for the answers.

Passage Page
Marsha 89
Three Little Ants 90
Jessie and the Cornstalk 91
Little Brown Hummingbird 92
Three Sister Sheep 93
Penny Loafer and the Three Monkeys 94
Peter and Patty 95
Sky Blue 96
Lizard Prince 97
The Sloth and the Tiger 98
Goofy Goose 99
Little Banana Girl 100
Why Ants Bite Legs at Picnics 101
Beetle Boy and the Talking Coconut 102
Speeding Spider 103
Prince and the Pebble 104
The Time Machine 105
Kwakiutl 106
Cheyenne 107
Navajo Landing 108
Wampanoag 109
Mayflower Adventure 110
Patrick Henry's Influence 111
George Washington's Letter 112
Thomas Jefferson's Day Off 113
Paul Revere's Stories 114
Martha Washington's Party 115
Florence Nightingale's Visit 116
Mother Teresa's Ride 117
Rosa Parks's Tale 118
Princess Diana Shares 119
Dolley Madison 120
Math Mania 121
Write On 122
Shoot the Hoops 123
All-Star Soccer 124
Baseball Days 125
Harvest Festival 126
Beach Days 127
Skiing in the Mountains 128
A Day in the Park 129
San Francisco 130
Faces in South Dakota 131
Bad Hair Day 132
No Homework 133
Best Friends 134
Exchange Student 135
Moving Day 136
Ski Pants 137
Ray's Smirk 138
Missing Key 139
Moving Light 140
Abandoned Bus 141
Chocolate Snapshot 142
Missing Dog 143
Called for Cheating 144
A Haunted House? 145
Secret Code 146
Letters in the Mail 147
Socks 148
Cyclone in the House 149
Jelly Bean Planet 150
My Day as a Pancake 151
Life of a Flower 152
Super Girl 153
Trading Places 154
Talking Horse 155
Animal Picnic 156
At the Zoo 157
Exploring the Galaxy 158
Couch Cookie 159
Jellyfish Surprise 160
Talking Toaster 161
Lori Lollipop 162
Strawberry Patch 163
Invasion of the Animals 164
Vanishing Veggies 165
Egyptian Ants in the Bathroom 166

Key Ideas and Details

ELA.RL.3.3: Describe characters in a story (e.g., their traits, motivations, or feelings) and explain how their actions contribute to the sequence of events.

Passage Page
Marsha 89
Three Little Ants 90
Jessie and the Cornstalk 91
Little Brown Hummingbird 92
Three Sister Sheep 93
Penny Loafer and the Three Monkeys 94
Peter and Patty 95
Sky Blue 96
Lizard Prince 97
The Sloth and the Tiger 98
Goofy Goose 99
Little Banana Girl 100
Why Ants Bite Legs at Picnics 101
Beetle Boy and the Talking Coconut 102
Speeding Spider 103
Prince and the Pebble 104
The Time Machine 105
Kwakiutl 106
Cheyenne 107
Navajo Landing 108
Wampanoag 109
Mayflower Adventure 110
Patrick Henry's Influence 111
George Washington's Letter 112
Thomas Jefferson's Day Off 113
Paul Revere's Stories 114
Martha Washington's Party 115
Florence Nightingale's Visit 116
Mother Teresa's Ride 117
Rosa Parks's Tale 118
Princess Diana Shares 119
Dolley Madison 120
Math Mania 121
Write On 122
Shoot the Hoops 123
All-Star Soccer 124
Baseball Days 125
Harvest Festival 126
Beach Days 127
Skiing in the Mountains 128
A Day in the Park 129
San Francisco 130
Faces in South Dakota 131
Bad Hair Day 132
No Homework 133
Best Friends 134
Exchange Student 135
Moving Day 136
Ski Pants 137
Ray's Smirk 138
Missing Key 139
Moving Light 140
Abandoned Bus 141
Chocolate Snapshot 142
Missing Dog 143
Called for Cheating 144
A Haunted House? 145
Secret Code 146
Letters in the Mail 147
Socks 148
Cyclone in the House 149
Jelly Bean Planet 150
My Day as a Pancake 151
Life of a Flower 152
Super Girl 153
Trading Places 154
Talking Horse 155
Animal Picnic 156
At the Zoo 157
Exploring the Galaxy 158
Couch Cookie 159
Jellyfish Surprise 160
Talking Toaster 161
Lori Lollipop 162
Strawberry Patch 163
Invasion of the Animals 164
Vanishing Veggies 165
Egyptian Ants in the Bathroom 166

Key Ideas and Details

ELA.RL.3.2: Recount stories, including fables, folktales, and myths from diverse cultures; determine the central message, lesson, or moral and explain how it is conveyed through key details in the text.

Passage Page
Marsha 89
Three Little Ants 90
Jessie and the Cornstalk 91
Little Brown Hummingbird 92
Three Sister Sheep 93
Penny Loafer and the Three Monkeys 94
Peter and Patty 95
Sky Blue 96
Lizard Prince 97
The Sloth and the Tiger 98
Goofy Goose 99
Little Banana Girl 100
Why Ants Bite Legs at Picnics 101
Beetle Boy and the Talking Coconut 102
Speeding Spider 103
Prince and the Pebble 104

Craft and Structure

ELA.RL.3.4: Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text, distinguishing literal from non-literal language.

Passage Page
Marsha 89
Three Little Ants 90
Jessie and the Cornstalk 91
Little Brown Hummingbird 92
Penny Loafer and the Three Monkeys 94
Peter and Patty 95
Sky Blue 96
Lizard Prince 97
The Sloth and the Tiger 98
Little Banana Girl 100
Why Ants Bite Legs at Picnics 101
The Time Machine 105
Kwakiutl 106
Cheyenne 107
Wampanoag 109
Mayflower Adventure 110
Patrick Henry's Influence 111
Thomas Jefferson's Day Off 113
Martha Washington's Party 115
Florence Nightingale's Visit 116
Mother Teresa's Ride 117
Rosa Parks's Tale 118
Princess Diana Shares 119
Dolley Madison 120
Math Mania 121
Write On 122
Shoot the Hoops 123
All-Star Soccer 124
Baseball Days 125
Harvest Festival 126
Beach Days 127
Skiing in the Mountains 128
A Day in the Park 129
San Francisco 130
Bad Hair Day 132
No Homework 133
Best Friends 134
Exchange Student 135
Moving Day 136
Ski Pants 137
Ray's Smirk 138
Missing Key 139
Moving Light 140
Abandoned Bus 141
Chocolate Snapshot 142
Missing Dog 143
Called for Cheating 144
A Haunted House? 145
Secret Code 146
Letters in the Mail 147
Socks 148
Cyclone in the House 149
Jelly Bean Planet 150
My Day as a Pancake 151
Life of a Flower 152
Super Girl 153
Trading Places 154
Talking Horse 155
Animal Picnic 156
At the Zoo 157
Exploring the Galaxy 158
Couch Cookie 159
Jellyfish Surprise 160
Talking Toaster 161
Lori Lollipop 162
Strawberry Patch 163
Invasion of the Animals 164
Vanishing Veggies 165
Egyptian Ants in the Bathroom 166

Craft and Structure

ELA.RL.3.6: Distinguish their own point of view from that of the narrator or those of the characters.

Passage Page
Wampanoag 109
Mayflower Adventure 110
Patrick Henry's Influence 111
Mother Teresa's Ride 117
Rosa Parks's Tale 118
Princess Diana Shares 119
Math Mania 121
Write On 122
Shoot the Hoops 123
No Homework 133
Best Friends 134
Exchange Student 135
Moving Day 136

Range of Reading and Level of Text Complexity

ELA.RL.3.10: By the end of the year, read and comprehend literature, including stories, dramas, and poetry, at the high end of the grades 2-3 text complexity band independently and proficiently.

Passage Page
Marsha 89
Three Little Ants 90
Jessie and the Cornstalk 91
Little Brown Hummingbird 92
Three Sister Sheep 93
Penny Loafer and the Three Monkeys 94
Peter and Patty 95
Sky Blue 96
Lizard Prince 97
The Sloth and the Tiger 98
Goofy Goose 99
Little Banana Girl 100
Why Ants Bite Legs at Picnics 101
Beetle Boy and the Talking Coconut 102
Speeding Spider 103
Prince and the Pebble 104
The Time Machine 105
Kwakiutl 106
Cheyenne 107
Navajo Landing 108
Wampanoag 109
Mayflower Adventure 110
Patrick Henry's Influence 111
George Washington's Letter 112
Thomas Jefferson's Day Off 113
Paul Revere's Stories 114
Martha Washington's Party 115
Florence Nightingale's Visit 116
Mother Teresa's Ride 117
Rosa Parks's Tale 118
Princess Diana Shares 119
Dolley Madison 120
Math Mania 121
Write On 122
Shoot the Hoops 123
All-Star Soccer 124
Baseball Days 125
Harvest Festival 126
Beach Days 127
Skiing in the Mountains 128
A Day in the Park 129
San Francisco 130
Faces in South Dakota 131
Bad Hair Day 132
No Homework 133
Best Friends 134
Exchange Student 135
Moving Day 136
Ski Pants 137
Ray's Smirk 138
Missing Key 139
Moving Light 140
Abandoned Bus 141
Chocolate Snapshot 142
Missing Dog 143
Called for Cheating 144
A Haunted House? 145
Secret Code 146
Letters in the Mail 147
Socks 148
Cyclone in the House 149
Jelly Bean Planet 150
My Day as a Pancake 151
Life of a Flower 152
Super Girl 153
Trading Places 154
Talking Horse 155
Animal Picnic 156
At the Zoo 157
Exploring the Galaxy 158
Couch Cookie 159
Jellyfish Surprise 160
Talking Toaster 161
Lori Lollipop 162
Strawberry Patch 163
Invasion of the Animals 164
Vanishing Veggies 165
Egyptian Ants in the Bathroom 166

Strand - Reading Standards: Informational Text, Grade 3

Key Ideas and Details

ELA.RI.3.1: Ask and answer questions to demonstrate understanding of a text, referring explicitly to the text as the basis for the answers.

Passage Page
Squirrels 9
Sparrows 10
Hummingbirds 11
Cat Myths 12
Rats 13
Ants 14
Crows 15
Horses 16
Interesting Bird 17
Ducks 18
Raccoons 19
Milking Cows 20
Pigs 21
Herding Dogs 22
Sheep 23
Goats 24
Geese 25
Chickens 26
Daniel Boone 27
Johnny Appleseed 28
Sacagawea 29
Davy Crockett 30
Narcissa Whitman 31
Stagecoach Mary Fields 32
Clara Barton 33
Charlie Parkhurst 34
Dr. Antonia Novello 35
Louis Pasteur 36
Elizabeth Blackwell 37
Cesar Chavez 38
Calamity Jane 39
Sally Ride 40
Annie Oakley 41
Dale Evans 42
Patrick Henry 43
Betsy Ross 44
Ghost Town 45
Pony Express 46
Railroads 47
Trading Posts on the Oregon Trail 48
Colonial Tools and Weapons 49
Colonial Animals 50
The Wilderness 51
Colonial Gardens 52
Diaries 53
Racing to the Gold 54
Gold Country '49 55
Civil War Weapons 56
Map Skills 57
Declaration of Independence 58
Jamestown 59
Colonial Williamsburg 60
Communities Long Ago 61
Communities Today 62
Classifying Animals 63
Plants 64
Forests 65
Oceans 66
Deserts 67
Tundra 68
Tropical Rainforests 69
Brain Power 70
Soft T-Rex 71
New Planet? 72
Recycling 73
Citizen Test 74
What Is a Blog? 75
Cosmic DNA Surprise 76
Commanding Officer 77
Turnoff Weeks 78
What the President Can't Do 79
Saving the Movies 80
Hospital Technology 81
Habitat for Humanity 82
AYSO Soccer 83
Opportunities for Kids 84
Kids' Clubs 85
Jury Duty 86

Key Ideas and Details

ELA.RI.3.2: Determine the main idea of a text; recount the key details and explain how they support the main idea.

Passage Page
Squirrels 9
Sparrows 10
Hummingbirds 11
Cat Myths 12
Rats 13
Ants 14
Crows 15
Horses 16
Interesting Bird 17
Ducks 18
Raccoons 19
Milking Cows 20
Pigs 21
Herding Dogs 22
Sheep 23
Goats 24
Geese 25
Chickens 26
Daniel Boone 27
Johnny Appleseed 28
Sacagawea 29
Davy Crockett 30
Narcissa Whitman 31
Stagecoach Mary Fields 32
Clara Barton 33
Charlie Parkhurst 34
Dr. Antonia Novello 35
Louis Pasteur 36
Elizabeth Blackwell 37
Cesar Chavez 38
Calamity Jane 39
Sally Ride 40
Annie Oakley 41
Dale Evans 42
Patrick Henry 43
Betsy Ross 44
Ghost Town 45
Pony Express 46
Railroads 47
Trading Posts on the Oregon Trail 48
Colonial Tools and Weapons 49
Colonial Animals 50
The Wilderness 51
Colonial Gardens 52
Diaries 53
Racing to the Gold 54
Gold Country '49 55
Civil War Weapons 56
Map Skills 57
Declaration of Independence 58
Jamestown 59
Colonial Williamsburg 60
Communities Long Ago 61
Communities Today 62
Classifying Animals 63
Plants 64
Forests 65
Oceans 66
Deserts 67
Tundra 68
Tropical Rainforests 69
Brain Power 70
Soft T-Rex 71
New Planet? 72
Recycling 73
Citizen Test 74
What Is a Blog? 75
Cosmic DNA Surprise 76
Commanding Officer 77
Turnoff Weeks 78
What the President Can't Do 79
Saving the Movies 80
Hospital Technology 81
Habitat for Humanity 82
AYSO Soccer 83
Opportunities for Kids 84
Kids' Clubs 85
Jury Duty 86

Key Ideas and Details

ELA.RI.3.3: Describe the relationship between a series of historical events, scientific ideas or concepts, or steps in technical procedures in a text, using language that pertains to time, sequence, and cause/effect.

Passage Page
Ants 14
Davy Crockett 30
Narcissa Whitman 31
Elizabeth Blackwell 37
Patrick Henry 43
Pony Express 46
Jamestown 59
Colonial Williamsburg 60
Communities Long Ago 61
Classifying Animals 63
Tropical Rainforests 69
Brain Power 70
Soft T-Rex 71
Recycling 73
Jury Duty 86

Craft and Structure

ELA.RI.3.4: Determine the meaning of general academic and domain-specific words and phrases in a text relevant to a grade 3 topic or subject area.

Passage Page
Squirrels 9
Sparrows 10
Hummingbirds 11
Cat Myths 12
Rats 13
Ants 14
Crows 15
Raccoons 19
Geese 25
Chickens 26
Daniel Boone 27
Sacagawea 29
Stagecoach Mary Fields 32
Charlie Parkhurst 34
Calamity Jane 39
Patrick Henry 43
Betsy Ross 44
Ghost Town 45
Railroads 47
Trading Posts on the Oregon Trail 48
Colonial Tools and Weapons 49
Colonial Animals 50
The Wilderness 51
Racing to the Gold 54
Civil War Weapons 56
Declaration of Independence 58
Jamestown 59
Communities Long Ago 61
Communities Today 62
Classifying Animals 63
Plants 64
Forests 65
Tropical Rainforests 69
Brain Power 70
Soft T-Rex 71
New Planet? 72
What Is a Blog? 75
Cosmic DNA Surprise 76
Commanding Officer 77
Turnoff Weeks 78
Hospital Technology 81
Habitat for Humanity 82
AYSO Soccer 83
Opportunities for Kids 84
Kids' Clubs 85
Jury Duty 86

Integration of Knowledge and Ideas

ELA.RI.3.7: Use information gained from illustrations (e.g., maps, photographs) and the words in a text to demonstrate understanding of the text (e.g., where, when, why, and how key events occur).

Passage Page
Squirrels 9
Sparrows 10
Hummingbirds 11
Cat Myths 12
Rats 13
Ants 14
Crows 15
Horses 16
Interesting Bird 17
Ducks 18
Raccoons 19
Milking Cows 20
Pigs 21
Herding Dogs 22
Sheep 23
Goats 24
Geese 25
Chickens 26
Daniel Boone 27
Johnny Appleseed 28
Sacagawea 29
Davy Crockett 30
Narcissa Whitman 31
Stagecoach Mary Fields 32
Clara Barton 33
Charlie Parkhurst 34
Dr. Antonia Novello 35
Louis Pasteur 36
Elizabeth Blackwell 37
Cesar Chavez 38
Calamity Jane 39
Sally Ride 40
Annie Oakley 41
Dale Evans 42
Patrick Henry 43
Betsy Ross 44
Ghost Town 45
Pony Express 46
Railroads 47
Trading Posts on the Oregon Trail 48
Colonial Tools and Weapons 49
Colonial Animals 50
The Wilderness 51
Colonial Gardens 52
Diaries 53
Racing to the Gold 54
Gold Country '49 55
Civil War Weapons 56
Map Skills 57
Declaration of Independence 58
Jamestown 59
Colonial Williamsburg 60
Communities Long Ago 61
Communities Today 62
Classifying Animals 63
Plants 64
Forests 65
Oceans 66
Deserts 67
Tundra 68
Tropical Rainforests 69
Brain Power 70
Soft T-Rex 71
New Planet? 72
Recycling 73
Citizen Test 74
What Is a Blog? 75
Cosmic DNA Surprise 76
Commanding Officer 77
Turnoff Weeks 78
What the President Can't Do 79
Saving the Movies 80
Hospital Technology 81
Habitat for Humanity 82
AYSO Soccer 83
Opportunities for Kids 84
Kids' Clubs 85
Jury Duty 86

Integration of Knowledge and Ideas

ELA.RI.3.8: Describe the logical connection between particular sentences and paragraphs in a text(e.g., comparison, cause/effect, first/second/third in a sequence).

Passage Page
Squirrels 9
Sparrows 10
Hummingbirds 11
Cat Myths 12
Rats 13
Ants 14
Crows 15
Horses 16
Interesting Bird 17
Ducks 18
Raccoons 19
Milking Cows 20
Pigs 21
Herding Dogs 22
Sheep 23
Goats 24
Geese 25
Chickens 26
Daniel Boone 27
Johnny Appleseed 28
Sacagawea 29
Davy Crockett 30
Narcissa Whitman 31
Stagecoach Mary Fields 32
Clara Barton 33
Charlie Parkhurst 34
Dr. Antonia Novello 35
Louis Pasteur 36
Elizabeth Blackwell 37
Cesar Chavez 38
Calamity Jane 39
Sally Ride 40
Annie Oakley 41
Dale Evans 42
Patrick Henry 43
Betsy Ross 44
Ghost Town 45
Pony Express 46
Railroads 47
Trading Posts on the Oregon Trail 48
Colonial Tools and Weapons 49
Colonial Animals 50
The Wilderness 51
Colonial Gardens 52
Diaries 53
Racing to the Gold 54
Gold Country '49 55
Civil War Weapons 56
Map Skills 57
Declaration of Independence 58
Jamestown 59
Colonial Williamsburg 60
Communities Long Ago 61
Communities Today 62
Classifying Animals 63
Plants 64
Forests 65
Oceans 66
Deserts 67
Tundra 68
Tropical Rainforests 69
Brain Power 70
Soft T-Rex 71
New Planet? 72
Recycling 73
Citizen Test 74
What Is a Blog? 75
Cosmic DNA Surprise 76
Commanding Officer 77
Turnoff Weeks 78
What the President Can't Do 79
Saving the Movies 80
Hospital Technology 81
Habitat for Humanity 82
AYSO Soccer 83
Opportunities for Kids 84
Kids' Clubs 85
Jury Duty 86

Integration of Knowledge and Ideas

ELA.RI.3.9: Compare and contrast the most important points and key details presented in two texts on the same topic.

Passage Page
Racing to the Gold 54
Gold Country '49 55
Jamestown 59
Colonial Williamsburg 60
Communities Long Ago 61
Communities Today 62

Range of Reading and Level of Text Complexity

ELA.RI.3.10: By the end of the year, read and comprehend informational texts, including history/social studies, science, and technical texts, at the high end of the grades 2–3 text complexity band independently and proficiently.

Passage Page
Squirrels 9
Sparrows 10
Hummingbirds 11
Cat Myths 12
Rats 13
Ants 14
Crows 15
Horses 16
Interesting Bird 17
Ducks 18
Raccoons 19
Milking Cows 20
Pigs 21
Herding Dogs 22
Sheep 23
Goats 24
Geese 25
Chickens 26
Daniel Boone 27
Johnny Appleseed 28
Sacagawea 29
Davy Crockett 30
Narcissa Whitman 31
Stagecoach Mary Fields 32
Clara Barton 33
Charlie Parkhurst 34
Dr. Antonia Novello 35
Louis Pasteur 36
Elizabeth Blackwell 37
Cesar Chavez 38
Calamity Jane 39
Sally Ride 40
Annie Oakley 41
Dale Evans 42
Patrick Henry 43
Betsy Ross 44
Ghost Town 45
Pony Express 46
Railroads 47
Trading Posts on the Oregon Trail 48
Colonial Tools and Weapons 49
Colonial Animals 50
The Wilderness 51
Colonial Gardens 52
Diaries 53
Racing to the Gold 54
Gold Country '49 55
Civil War Weapons 56
Map Skills 57
Declaration of Independence 58
Jamestown 59
Colonial Williamsburg 60
Communities Long Ago 61
Communities Today 62
Classifying Animals 63
Plants 64
Forests 65
Oceans 66
Deserts 67
Tundra 68
Tropical Rainforests 69
Brain Power 70
Soft T-Rex 71
New Planet? 72
Recycling 73
Citizen Test 74
What Is a Blog? 75
Cosmic DNA Surprise 76
Commanding Officer 77
Turnoff Weeks 78
What the President Can't Do 79
Saving the Movies 80
Hospital Technology 81
Habitat for Humanity 82
AYSO Soccer 83
Opportunities for Kids 84
Kids' Clubs 85
Jury Duty 86

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