It can be so challenging to find the time to review previously taught language arts skills! This set of 3rd grade daily language arts questions can be used all year long for a comprehensive review of reading, editing, writing, word analysis, and research skills. This is perfect to use as a warmup, center, exit ticket, or even to save for SOL review activities in the spring.
Each week, students will complete a 5-question worksheet to review word analysis, reading, writing, editing/revising, cursive handwriting, and research skills. One passage-based reading question is included each week for a little extra rigor.
36 weeks are included, so you are set for the year! No two questions are the same. Your students are getting fresh content to review each day! And everything is aligned to the Virginia SOLs, so there's no extra work needed on your part.
This resource is perfect for spiral review. The pages are divided into 4 sets so you can easily use them through the school year. Students start by reviewing 2nd grade skills and move into 3rd grade standards as the year moves on! And since they're editable, you can use the included pacing guides to move questions around to accommodate your teaching schedule.
ready-to-use PDF (includes 36 worksheets, answer keys, and pacing guides)
4 sets of 100% editable worksheets (one per quarter)
editable answer keys
editable pacing guides
suggestions for use
word analysis/vocabulary skills (synonyms, antonyms, homophones, prefixes, suffixes, root words, context clues, syllabication, and word reference sources)
editing skills (grammar, punctuation, and spelling)
writing (brainstorming and organizing writing, developing topic sentences and paragraphs, supporting opinions, adding details and transition words, etc.)
cursive handwriting practice
fiction, literary nonfiction, and poetry (making connections, asking and answering questions, comparing and contrasting, predicting, identifying the theme, summarizing, inferring, identifying the conflict and resolution, drawing conclusions, etc.)
nonfiction (explaining the author's purpose, using text features, drawing conclusions, predicting, summarizing details, identifying the main idea, etc.)
research (generating topics and questions, identifying information sources, evaluating relevant information, avoiding plagiarism, etc.)
Number of Pages: 94, plus 4 editable PowerPoint files
Recommended Grade Levels: 3, 4
Supports: selected 2017 2nd and 3rd Grade Virginia English SOLs