Third Grade Unit 3

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1. How are stories and poems the same and different?
  a. This means I can describe characters in stories and poems, comparing sentences with lines and chapters with stanzas.
    Subject Title Series
Poetry A Child's Garden of Poetry
Poetry Antarctic Antics
Poetry Bear Snores On
Poetry Breeze From the Trees The Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That!
Poetry Chicka Chicka 123
Poetry Come On Rain
Poetry Dinosaur Bones
Poetry Dr. Seuss' Horton Hears a Who!
Poetry Giraffes Can't Dance
Poetry How Do Dinosaurs Eat Their Food
Poetry How Do Dinosaurs Get Well Soon?
Poetry In Search of Dr. Seuss
Poetry My America: A Poetry Atlas of the United States Reading Rainbow Social Studies
Poetry Nursery Rhymes
Poetry Poetry, Verse & Rhyme, Oh My! An Evening with Mother Goose
Poetry Pot That Juan Built
Poetry Shapes Young Viewers
Poetry Stars! Stars! Stars!
Poetry Surprise, Little Guys! The Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That!
Poetry Tales About Tails The Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That!
Poetry There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly
Poetry This Is the House That Jack Built
Poetry Told From the Cold The Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That!
Poetry Tricks and Treats The Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That!
Poetry Waiting For Wings
Poetry Wild About Books
Poetry Wings and Things The Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That!
b. This means I can define and apply words such as "creative" and "inventive" to describe artists, musicians, and inventors in the early twentieth century.
Artists Beatrix Potter: Artist, Storyteller and Country Woman
Artists David Hockney: The Illusion of Depth Behind the Scenes
Artists Ezra Jack Keats Library
Artists Getting to Know Andy Warhol Getting to Know the World's Greatest Artists
Artists Getting to Know Claude Monet Getting to Know the World's Greatest Artists
Artists Getting to Know Edgar Degas Getting to Know the World's Greatest Artists
Artists Getting to Know Leonardo Da Vinci Getting to Know the World's Greatest Artists
Artists Getting to Know Mary Cassatt Getting to Know the World's Greatest Artists
Artists Getting to Know Michelangelo Getting to Know the World's Greatest Artists
Artists Getting to Know Vincent Van Gogh Getting to Know the World's Greatest Artists
Artists Leonardo Da Vinci The Animated Hero Classics
Artists Leonardo Da Vinci Animated Hero Classics
Artists Nancy Graves: Balance Behind the Scenes
Artists Pot That Juan Built
Artists Robert Gil De Montes: Color Behind the Scenes
Artists Robert McCloskey Library Collection (Includes 6 Short Stories)
Artists The Dinosaurs of Waterhouse Hawkins
Artists Tomi Ungerer Library
Artists Trumpet Video Visits Steven Kellogg
Inventors Alistair's Time Machine Reading Rainbow General Education
Inventors Benjamin Franklin Great Americans for Children
Inventors Benjamin Franklin The Animated Hero Classics
Inventors Benjamin Franklin: Scientist and Inventor Animated Hero Classics
Inventors Galileo The Animated Hero Classics
Inventors Galileo Animated Hero Classics
Inventors How's That Made? Reading Rainbow Favorites
Inventors The Wright Brothers The Animated Hero Classics
Inventors This is America, Charlie Brown This Is America Charlie Brown
Inventors Thomas Edison The Animated Hero Classics
Inventors Thomas Edison and the Electric Light Animated Hero Classics
Musicians Hip Cat Reading Rainbow General Education
2. How do text structures help with understanding?
  a. This means I can use main ideas and details in sentences, paragraphs, and text structures to help in comprehension about creative contributors.
    Subject Title Series
How a Book Is Made Reading for Children
Plots, Twists and Turns Creative Reading and Writing
3. What additional information is needed about affixes and spelling?
  a. This means I can use knowledge about affixes, base and root words, and spelling patterns to decode new words.
    Subject Title Series
Prefixes and Suffixes Alphabet Pet: Making Changes Phonics in Context
Prefixes and Suffixes Identifying Words Reading for Children
4. How should language skills be used?
  a. This means I can use language skills to improve communication and clarify meaning.
    Subject Title Series
Grammar, conjunctions, capitalization, punctuation America Rock Schoolhouse Rock!
Grammar, conjunctions, capitalization, punctuation Descriptive Words and Phrases Grammar for Children
Grammar, conjunctions, capitalization, punctuation Exclamation Mark Rooster's Hamlet
Grammar, conjunctions, capitalization, punctuation Grammar Rock Schoolhouse Rock!
Grammar, conjunctions, capitalization, punctuation Nouns Grammar for Children
Grammar, conjunctions, capitalization, punctuation Pencil Power Goes Visiting: Long Vowels A,I,O Phonics in Context
Grammar, conjunctions, capitalization, punctuation Punctuation Grammar for Children
Grammar, conjunctions, capitalization, punctuation Schoolhouse Rock! Grammar Schoolhouse Rock! Classroom Edition
Grammar, conjunctions, capitalization, punctuation Schoolhouse Rock! Special 30th Anniversary Edition Schoolhouse Rock! Classroom Edition
Grammar, conjunctions, capitalization, punctuation Sentences Grammar for Children
Grammar, conjunctions, capitalization, punctuation The Comma Rooster's Hamlet
Grammar, conjunctions, capitalization, punctuation Verbs Grammar for Children
Grammar, conjunctions, capitalization, punctuation Word Pup Discovers Endings Phonics in Context
5. How do forces cause change?
  a. This means I can demonstrate how forces applied to objects can affect motion, speed, or direction of objects.
    Subject Title Series
Force and Motion All About Motion and Balance Physical Science for Children
Force and Motion Atoms/Motion Bill Nye the Science Guy
Force and Motion Balance Bill Nye the Science Guy
Force and Motion Buoyancy Bill Nye the Science Guy
Force and Motion Flight Bill Nye the Science Guy
Force and Motion Forces Science Clips for Children
Force and Motion Forces Real World Science
Force and Motion Friction Bill Nye the Science Guy
Force and Motion Friction/Simple Machines Bill Nye the Science Guy
Force and Motion Heat, Wind and Pressure Weather Smart
Force and Motion Magic School Bus Plays Ball Magic School Bus
Force and Motion Magic School Bus Taking Flight Magic School Bus
Force and Motion Magnetism/Static Electricity Bill Nye the Science Guy
Force and Motion Momentum Bill Nye the Science Guy
Force and Motion Momentum/Gravity Bill Nye the Science Guy
Force and Motion Motion Bill Nye the Science Guy
Force and Motion Newton's 3 Laws of Motion Science of Disney Imagineering
Force and Motion Powerful Forces: All Pumped Up! Bill Nye the Science Guy
Force and Motion Pressure/Buoyancy Bill Nye the Science Guy
Force and Motion Simple Machines Bill Nye the Science Guy
Force and Motion Spinning Things Bill Nye the Science Guy
Force and Motion Springs Way Things Work
Force and Motion Static Electricity Bill Nye the Science Guy
Force and Motion Things In Motion
Force and Motion Trajectory Science of Disney Imagineering
6. What is gravity?
  a. This means I can explain and demonstrate that gravity is a force.
    Subject Title Series
Gravity A Closer Look at the Moon Space Science for Children
Gravity All About Flight Physical Science for Children
Gravity All About Forces and Gravity Physical Science for Children
Gravity Earth's Nearest Neighbors
Gravity Erosion Ever-Changing Earth for Students
Gravity Exploring Earth, Sun and Moon Exploring Earth and Space
Gravity Flight Way Things Work
Gravity Forces Science Clips for Children
Gravity Forces Real World Science
Gravity Friction Science of Disney Imagineering
Gravity Gravity Bill Nye the Science Guy
Gravity Gravity Mr. Wizard's World
Gravity Magic School Bus Gains Weight Magic School Bus
Gravity Magic School Bus Out of This World Magic School Bus
Gravity Magic School Bus Taking Flight Magic School Bus
Gravity Momentum/Gravity Bill Nye the Science Guy
Gravity Things in Motion
Gravity Wall.E
Gravity Why Land Goes Up and Down Geologist's Notebook