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3rd Grade Interactive Language Arts Skill Builders

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Story Elements - CCSS RL.3.1, RL.3.3, RL.3.7


Links verified on 10/17/2016

1. Book Cover Creator.

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Create a cover for your story by illustrating the story elements. "The Book Cover Creator allows users to type and illustrate front and back covers, and full dust jackets. Children can use the tool to create new covers for books that they read as well as to create covers for books they write on their own or with family and friends." SEE MORE
 
2. Character Trading Cards.

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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. Interactive site. SEE MORE
 
3. Elements of a Story.

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Start by reading "Cinderella" then look at all the different story elements to see how it all fits together. This lesson makes a great whole class activity using IWB. SEE MORE
 
4. Guess the Setting.

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Read each description and choose the correct setting. This is online practice understanding setting, plot and theme.  SEE MORE
 
5. Literary Elements Mapping.

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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. SEE MORE
 
6. Mouse for Sale.

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Watch this video and discuss the characters, plot, conflict, theme, setting. SEE MORE
 
7. Parts of a Story.

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YouTube video song describing the parts of a story; easy to remember. SEE MORE
 
8. Realistic Story Elements.

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Identify the characters, setting and plot in a story that are real or things that can really happen. Online practice great for whole class activity with IWB. SEE MORE
 
9. Settings.

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Figure out the setting of each of the stories or plays just by looking at the hints. Online practice that would be a great whole class activity using an IWB. SEE MORE
 
10. Settings.

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Every story has a setting: the where and when the story takes place. Choose a story to read and decide where the setting for that story is. Click on the ? to see if you are right! SEE MORE
 
11. Story Cube.

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Fill out the information in the story cube. Print it out and assemble it! Click on the Story Cube icon to start.  SEE MORE
 
12. Understanding setting, plot or theme.

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Read the short story then read each sentence and decide if it is part of the setting, plot or theme. SEE MORE
 

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