3rd ELA IXL CCSS Lesson Links

L.3.1

 

L.3.1.a

Which word is a noun? (3-FF.1)

Identify nouns (3-FF.2)

Identify nouns – with abstract nouns (3-FF.3)

Identify common and proper nouns (3-FF.4)

Identify personal pronouns (3-GG.1)

Identify possessive pronouns (3-GG.5)

Identify action verbs (3-HH.2)

Identify main verbs and helping verbs (3-HH.3)

Does the adjective tell you what kind or how many? (3-LL.1)

Identify the adjective that describes the noun (3-LL.2)

Identify adjectives (3-LL.3)

Does the adverb tell you how, when, or where? (3-LL.4)

Identify adverbs (3-LL.5)

 

L.3.1.b

Form regular plurals with -s, -es, and -ies (3-FF.5)

Use regular plurals with -s, -es, and -ies (3-FF.6)

Form and use irregular plurals (3-FF.8)

 

L.3.1.c

Identify nouns – with abstract nouns (3-FF.3)

 

L.3.1.d

Use action verbs (3-HH.1)

Form and use the irregular past tense: set 1 (3-JJ.6)

Form and use the irregular past tense: set 2 (3-JJ.7)

Form and use the irregular past tense: set 3 (3-JJ.8)

Form and use the irregular past tense: set 4 (3-JJ.9)

Form and use the irregular past tense: set 5 (3-JJ.10)

To be: use the correct form (3-JJ.11)

To have: use the correct form (3-JJ.12)

 

L.3.1.e

Form and use the regular past tense (3-JJ.3)

Is the sentence in the past, present, or future tense? (3-JJ.13)

Change the sentence to future tense (3-JJ.14)

 

L.3.1.f

Replace the noun with a personal pronoun (3-GG.3)

Is the subject singular or plural? (3-II.1)

Use the correct subject or verb (3-II.2)

Pronoun-verb agreement (3-II.3)

 

L.3.1.g

Choose between adjectives and adverbs (3-LL.6)

Use adjectives to compare (3-LL.8)

Spell adjectives that compare (3-LL.9)

Use adverbs to compare (3-LL.10)

 

L.3.1.h

Use coordinating conjunctions (3-O.3)

Use subordinating conjunctions (3-O.4)

Identify coordinating conjunctions (3-NN.1)

Identify subordinating conjunctions (3-NN.2)

 

L.3.1.i

Create varied sentences based on models (3-R.3)

Identify the complete subject of a sentence (3-EE.2)

Identify the complete predicate of a sentence (3-EE.3)

Is it a complete sentence or a fragment? (3-EE.5)

Is it a complete sentence or a run-on? (3-EE.6)

Is it a complete sentence, a fragment, or a run-on? (3-EE.7)

Create compound sentences (3-EE.9)

Order the words to create a sentence (3-EE.10)

 

L.3.2

 

L.3.2.a

Capitalizing titles (3-SS.3)

 

L.3.2.b

Commas with the names of places (3-PP.3)

 

L.3.2.c

Punctuating dialogue (3-SS.6)

 

L.3.2.d

Form the singular or plural possessive (3-FF.10)

 

L.3.2.e

Word pattern analogies (3-T.11)

Word pattern sentences (3-T.12)

Homophones with pictures (3-Y.1)

Use the correct homophone (3-Y.3)

Form regular plurals with -s, -es, and -ies (3-FF.5)

Use regular plurals with -s, -es, and -ies (3-FF.6)

Form and use irregular plurals (3-FF.8)

Form and use the regular past tense (3-JJ.3)

Form and use the irregular past tense: set 1 (3-JJ.6)

Form and use the irregular past tense: set 2 (3-JJ.7)

Form and use the irregular past tense: set 3 (3-JJ.8)

Form and use the irregular past tense: set 4 (3-JJ.9)

Form and use the irregular past tense: set 5 (3-JJ.10)

Spell adjectives that compare (3-LL.9)

Pronoun-verb contractions (3-OO.1)

Contractions with "not" (3-OO.2)

 

L.3.2.f

Word pattern analogies (3-T.11)

Word pattern sentences (3-T.12)

Form regular plurals with -s, -es, and -ies (3-FF.5)

Use regular plurals with -s, -es, and -ies (3-FF.6)

Form and use the regular past tense (3-JJ.3)

Spell adjectives that compare (3-LL.9)

Pronoun-verb contractions (3-OO.1)

Contractions with "not" (3-OO.2)

 

L.3.2.g

Use guide words (3-DD.5)

 

L.3.3

 

L.3.3.a

Sort sensory details (3-D.1)

Order items from most general to most specific (3-L.2)

Show character emotions and traits (3-Q.2)

Choose the synonym (3-X.1)

Choose the antonym (3-X.4)

Shades of meaning with pictures (3-AA.1)

Describe the difference between related words (3-AA.2)

Positive and negative connotation (3-AA.3)

 

L.3.3.b

 

L.3.4

 

L.3.4.a

Similes with pictures (3-E.1)

Determine the meanings of similes (3-E.2)

Vocabulary review: Identify story elements (3-G.3)

Vocabulary review: Analyze short stories (3-G.5)

Vocabulary review: Analyze informational passages (3-H.3)

Find synonyms in context (3-X.3)

Find antonyms in context (3-X.6)

Which definition matches the sentence? (3-Z.2)

Which sentence matches the definition? (3-Z.3)

Determine the meaning of words using synonyms in context (3-CC.1)

Use context to identify the meaning of a word (3-CC.2)

 

L.3.4.b

Determine the meaning of a word with pre-, re-, or mis- (3-T.2)

Use the prefixes pre-, re-, and mis- (3-T.3)

Determine the meaning of a word with -ful or -less (3-T.4)

Determine the meaning of a word with -ly or -ness (3-T.5)

Determine the meaning of a word with -able or -ment (3-T.6)

Determine the meaning of a word with a suffix: review (3-T.7)

Determine the meanings of words with prefixes and suffixes: review (3-T.8)

Sort words with shared prefixes and suffixes by meaning (3-T.9)

 

L.3.4.c

Use Greek and Latin roots as clues to the meanings of words (3-U.1)

Determine the meanings of Greek and Latin roots (3-U.2)

Determine the meanings of words with Greek and Latin roots (3-U.3)

 

L.3.4.d

Use guide words (3-DD.5)

Use dictionary entries (3-DD.6)

Use dictionary definitions (3-DD.7)

 

L.3.5

 

L.3.5.a

Determine the meanings of similes (3-E.2)

 

L.3.5.b

Use actions and dialogue to understand characters (3-F.2)

Compare mythological illustrations (3-I.1)

Show character emotions and traits (3-Q.2)

Shades of meaning with pictures (3-AA.1)

Describe the difference between related words (3-AA.2)

Use action verbs (3-HH.1)

Does the adjective tell you what kind or how many? (3-LL.1)

 

L.3.5.c

Shades of meaning with pictures (3-AA.1)

Describe the difference between related words (3-AA.2)

Positive and negative connotation (3-AA.3)

 

L.3.6

Sort sensory details (3-D.1)

Vocabulary review: Identify story elements (3-G.3)

Vocabulary review: Analyze short stories (3-G.5)

Vocabulary review: Analyze informational passages (3-H.3)

Identify time-order words (3-O.1)

Use subordinating conjunctions (3-O.4)

Determine the meaning of a word with pre-, re-, or mis- (3-T.2)

Use the prefixes pre-, re-, and mis- (3-T.3)

Determine the meaning of a word with -ful or -less (3-T.4)

Determine the meaning of a word with -ly or -ness (3-T.5)

Determine the meaning of a word with -able or -ment (3-T.6)

Determine the meaning of a word with a suffix: review (3-T.7)

Determine the meanings of words with prefixes and suffixes: review (3-T.8)

Use Greek and Latin roots as clues to the meanings of words (3-U.1)

Determine the meanings of Greek and Latin roots (3-U.2)

Determine the meanings of words with Greek and Latin roots (3-U.3)

Homophones with pictures (3-Y.1)

Use the correct homophone (3-Y.3)

Shades of meaning with pictures (3-AA.1)

Positive and negative connotation (3-AA.3)

Determine the meaning of words using synonyms in context (3-CC.1)

Use context to identify the meaning of a word (3-CC.2)

Identify prepositions (3-MM.1)

 

RF.3 Foundational Skills

 

RF.3.3

 

RF.3.3.a

Determine the meaning of a word with pre-, re-, or mis- (3-T.2)

Use the prefixes pre-, re-, and mis- (3-T.3)

Determine the meaning of a word with -ful or -less (3-T.4)

Determine the meaning of a word with -ly or -ness (3-T.5)

Determine the meaning of a word with -able or -ment (3-T.6)

Determine the meaning of a word with a suffix: review (3-T.7)

Determine the meanings of words with prefixes and suffixes: review (3-T.8)

Sort words with shared prefixes and suffixes by meaning (3-T.9)

 

RF.3.3.b

Determine the meaning of a word with -able or -ment (3-T.6)

 

RF.3.3.c

Identify base words, prefixes, and suffixes (3-T.1)

Determine the meaning of a word with pre-, re-, or mis- (3-T.2)

Determine the meaning of a word with -ful or -less (3-T.4)

Determine the meaning of a word with -ly or -ness (3-T.5)

Determine the meaning of a word with -able or -ment (3-T.6)

Determine the meaning of a word with a suffix: review (3-T.7)

Determine the meanings of words with prefixes and suffixes: review (3-T.8)

Sort words with shared prefixes and suffixes by meaning (3-T.9)

Sort words with shared suffixes by part of speech (3-T.10)

Word pattern analogies (3-T.11)

Word pattern sentences (3-T.12)

Use Greek and Latin roots as clues to the meanings of words (3-U.1)

Determine the meanings of Greek and Latin roots (3-U.2)

Determine the meanings of words with Greek and Latin roots (3-U.3)

Form compound words with pictures (3-V.1)

Form compound words (3-V.2)

Form and use compound words (3-V.3)

 

RF.3.3.d

 

RF.3.4

 

RF.3.4.a

Determine the main idea of a passage (3-A.2)

Determine the order of events in informational texts (3-C.1)

Compare and contrast in informational texts (3-C.2)

Match causes and effects in informational texts (3-C.4)

Match problems with their solutions (3-C.5)

Identify sensory details (3-D.2)

Make predictions about a story (3-F.4)

Determine the themes of myths, fables, and folktales (3-G.1)

Identify story elements (3-G.2)

Analyze short stories (3-G.4)

Analyze informational passages (3-H.2)

Compare information from two informational texts (3-H.4)

 

RF.3.4.b

 

RF.3.4.c

Similes with pictures (3-E.1)

Determine the meanings of similes (3-E.2)

Vocabulary review: Identify story elements (3-G.3)

Vocabulary review: Analyze short stories (3-G.5)

Vocabulary review: Analyze informational passages (3-H.3)

Put the sentences in order (3-L.1)

Which definition matches the sentence? (3-Z.2)

Which sentence matches the definition? (3-Z.3)

Determine the meaning of words using synonyms in context (3-CC.1)

Use context to identify the meaning of a word (3-CC.2)

Use action verbs (3-HH.1)

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

RI.3 Reading: Informational Text

 

RI.3.1

Compare and contrast in informational texts (3-C.2)

Match causes and effects in informational texts (3-C.4)

Match problems with their solutions (3-C.5)

Understand key details in informational passages (3-H.1)

Compare information from two informational texts (3-H.4)

Benjamin Franklin (Social studies 3-D.1)

Frederick Douglass (Social studies 3-D.7)

Harriet Tubman (Social studies 3-D.9)

Rosa Parks (Social studies 3-D.16)

Bill Gates (Social studies 3-D.21)

Christmas (Social studies 3-G.6)

Identify shortage and surplus with data (Social studies 3-I.6)

RI.3.2

Use key details to determine the main idea (3-A.1)

Determine the main idea of a passage (3-A.2)

Determine the order of events in informational texts (3-C.1)

Compare and contrast in informational texts (3-C.2)

Match causes and effects in informational texts (3-C.4)

Match problems with their solutions (3-C.5)

Analyze informational passages (3-H.2)

Compare information from two informational texts (3-H.4)

Harriet Tubman (Social studies 3-D.9)

 

RI.3.3

Determine the order of events in informational texts (3-C.1)

Compare and contrast in informational texts (3-C.2)

Match causes and effects in informational texts (3-C.4)

Match problems with their solutions (3-C.5)

Identify text structures (3-C.6)

Identify time-order words (3-O.1)

 

RI.3.4

Vocabulary review: Analyze informational passages (3-H.3)

Use context to identify the meaning of a word (3-CC.2)

Cesar Chavez (Social studies 3-D.18)

Bill Gates (Social studies 3-D.21)

 

RI.3.5

Use text features (3-J.1)

Use guide words (3-DD.5)

 

RI.3.6

Identify an author's statement of opinion (3-P.2)

 

RI.3.7

Determine the order of events in informational texts (3-C.1)

Use a letter-number grid (Social studies 3-A.2)

Read a map: cardinal directions (Social studies 3-A.3)

Benjamin Franklin (Social studies 3-D.1)

Paul Revere (Social studies 3-D.2)

Davy Crockett (Social studies 3-D.4)

John Deere (Social studies 3-D.5)

Abraham Lincoln (Social studies 3-D.6)

Harriet Tubman (Social studies 3-D.9)

Sitting Bull (Social studies 3-D.10)

Theodore Roosevelt (Social studies 3-D.12)

Amelia Earhart (Social studies 3-D.14)

Bill Gates (Social studies 3-D.21)

Checks and balances (Social studies 3-E.7)

The American flag (Social studies 3-F.4)

The Washington Monument (Social studies 3-F.6)

Thanksgiving (Social studies 3-G.2)

Lunar New Year (Social studies 3-G.8)

Producers and consumers (Social studies 3-H.4)

 

RI.3.8

Determine the order of events in informational texts (3-C.1)

Compare and contrast in informational texts (3-C.2)

Match causes with effects (3-C.3)

Match causes and effects in informational texts (3-C.4)

Match problems with their solutions (3-C.5)

Identify text structures (3-C.6)

Put the sentences in order (3-L.1)

 

RI.3.9

Compare and contrast in informational texts (3-C.2)

Compare information from two informational texts (3-H.4)

 

RI.3.10

Determine the main idea of a passage (3-A.2)

Analyze informational passages (3-H.2)

Identify urban, suburban, and rural areas (Social studies 3-A.8)

Benjamin Franklin (Social studies 3-D.1)

Davy Crockett (Social studies 3-D.4)

Frederick Douglass (Social studies 3-D.7)

Harriet Tubman (Social studies 3-D.9)

Sitting Bull (Social studies 3-D.10)

Theodore Roosevelt (Social studies 3-D.12)

Rosa Parks (Social studies 3-D.16)

Cesar Chavez (Social studies 3-D.18)

Bill Gates (Social studies 3-D.21)

The Constitution (Social studies 3-E.5)

The Bill of Rights (Social studies 3-E.6)

Thanksgiving (Social studies 3-G.2)

Natural resources (Social studies 3-H.2)

Goods and services (Social studies 3-H.3)

Producers and consumers (Social studies 3-H.4)

Understand quantity supplied and quantity demanded (Social studies 3-I.1)

Understand overall supply and demand (Social studies 3-I.2)

Create and use supply and demand curves (Social studies 3-I.3)

Identify shortage and surplus (Social studies 3-I.4)

Identify shortage and surplus with graphs (Social studies 3-I.5)

Identify shortage and surplus with data (Social studies 3-I.6)

 

RL.3 Literature

 

RL.3.1

Draw inferences from a text (3-F.3)

Identify story elements (3-G.2)

Analyze short stories (3-G.4)

 

RL.3.2

Determine the themes of myths, fables, and folktales (3-G.1)

Identify story elements (3-G.2)

 

RL.3.3

Use actions and dialogue to understand characters (3-F.2)

 

RL.3.4

Similes with pictures (3-E.1)

Determine the meanings of similes (3-E.2)

Vocabulary review: Identify story elements (3-G.3)

Vocabulary review: Analyze short stories (3-G.5)

Which definition matches the sentence? (3-Z.2)

Which sentence matches the definition? (3-Z.3)

Determine the meaning of words using synonyms in context (3-CC.1)

Use context to identify the meaning of a word (3-CC.2)

 

RL.3.5

 

RL.3.6

Identify the narrative point of view (4-E.1)

Distinguish characters' points of view (4-F.3)

 

RL.3.7

Compare mythological illustrations (3-I.1)

 

RL.3.9

Determine the themes of myths, fables, and folktales (3-G.1)

Identify story elements (3-G.2)

 

RL.3.10

Determine the themes of myths, fables, and folktales (3-G.1)

Identify story elements (3-G.2)

Analyze short stories (3-G.4)

 

W.3 Writing

 

W.3.1

 

W.3.1.a

Identify the author's purpose: passages (3-B.2)

Organize information by main idea (3-L.3)

Distinguish facts from opinions (3-P.1)

Identify an author's statement of opinion (3-P.2)

Complete the opinion passage with an example (3-P.4)

Complete the opinion passage with a reason (3-P.5)

Complete the opinion-reason-example table (3-P.6)

 

W.3.1.b

Choose reasons to support an opinion (3-P.3)

Complete the opinion passage with a reason (3-P.5)

Complete the opinion-reason-example table (3-P.6)

 

W.3.1.c

Use coordinating conjunctions (3-O.3)

Use subordinating conjunctions (3-O.4)

Choose the best transition (3-O.5)

Use linking words to complete a passage (3-O.6)

 

W.3.1.d

 

W.3.2

 

W.3.2.a

Use key details to determine the main idea (3-A.1)

Put the sentences in order (3-L.1)

Organize information by main idea (3-L.3)

Choose topic sentences for narrative paragraphs (3-M.1)

Choose topic sentences for expository paragraphs (3-M.2)

 

W.3.2.b

Distinguish facts from opinions (3-P.1)

Choose reasons to support an opinion (3-P.3)

 

W.3.2.c

Use coordinating conjunctions (3-O.3)

Use subordinating conjunctions (3-O.4)

Choose the best transition (3-O.5)

Use linking words to complete a passage (3-O.6)

Combine sentences: subjects and predicates (3-R.1)

 

W.3.2.d

 

W.3.3

 

W.3.3.a

Put the sentences in order (3-L.1)

Choose topic sentences for narrative paragraphs (3-M.1)

Add descriptive details to sentences (3-Q.1)

 

W.3.3.b

Use actions and dialogue to understand characters (3-F.2)

Add descriptive details to sentences (3-Q.1)

Show character emotions and traits (3-Q.2)

 

W.3.3.c

Put the sentences in order (3-L.1)

Identify time-order words (3-O.1)

Use time-order words (3-O.2)

 

W.3.3.d

 

W.3.4

Identify the author's purpose: mixed media (3-B.1)

Identify the author's purpose: passages (3-B.2)

Determine the order of events in informational texts (3-C.1)

Match causes and effects in informational texts (3-C.4)

Match problems with their solutions (3-C.5)

Identify text structures (3-C.6)

Organize information by main idea (3-L.3)

Choose the text that matches the writer's purpose (3-N.1)

 

W.3.5

Put the sentences in order (3-L.1)

Organize information by main idea (3-L.3)

Choose the best transition (3-O.5)

Add descriptive details to sentences (3-Q.1)

Revise the sentence using a stronger verb (3-Q.3)

Combine sentences: subjects and predicates (3-R.1)

Combine sentences by adding key details (3-R.2)

Correct errors with signs (3-S.1)

Is it a complete sentence or a fragment? (3-EE.5)

Is it a complete sentence or a run-on? (3-EE.6)

Is it a complete sentence, a fragment, or a run-on? (3-EE.7)

Identify and correct errors with plural and possessive nouns (3-FF.11)

Commas: review (3-PP.5)

Capitalization: review (3-QQ.5)

Punctuating dialogue (3-SS.6)

 

W.3.6

 

W.3.7

 

W.3.8

Determine the main idea of a passage (3-A.2)

Organize information by main idea (3-L.3)

 

W.3.10