3rd Grade Interactive Language Arts Skill Builders
Story Elements - CCSS RL.3.1, RL.3.3, RL.3.7
Links verified on 11/24/2014
Cover Creator - Create a cover for your story by illustrating the story
Trading Cards - Students create their own character cards, which they
can then print off, illustrate, and trade or keep. It can be used with characters
in a book students are reading or as a pre-writing exercise for students
who are writing narrative stories.
the Setting - Read each description and choose the correct setting.
Elements Mapping - Choose from the following graphic organizers: character
map, conflict map, resolution map, and/or setting map, then create your
map by filling in the information.
- Narrative Elements - Read the passages and answer the questions to determine the characters, setting and plot. For extra help, tips are provided for each question.
- Realistic Story Elements - Identify the characters, setting and plot in a story that are real or things that can really happen.
- Figure out the setting of each of the stories or plays just by looking
at the hints.
- Settings (2) - Choose a story to read and decide where the setting for that story is. Click on the ? to see if you are right!
Elements - Read the story and answer the question about various story
setting, plot or theme - Read the short story below then read each
sentence and decide if it is part of the setting, plot or theme.
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