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High Interest Nonfiction Grade 3 (High Interest Non-Fic Pri Grds)

Steck-Vaughn Company

High Interest Nonfiction Grade 3 (High Interest Non-Fic Pri Grds)

by Steck-Vaughn Company

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  • 37 Currently reading

Published by Steck Vaughn .
Written in English

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  • Teaching Methods & Materials - General,
  • Education / Teaching,
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  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10665814M
    ISBN 100739813080
    ISBN 109780739813089

    High Interest / Low Reading Level Book List One may also consider the Choose Your Own Adventure series for those struggling with reading. The series is written approximately at a grade 4 to 5 level, with an interest level from grades and can be found in the J Paperback area of your library. 96 grade level high-interest nonfiction books chosen by the staff of Teachers College Reading and Writing Project in conjunction with Units of Study. Benefits: Students will have access to a variety of high-interest nonfiction books to read during independent reading.

    African American English Collection Grades - AF-EN-COL This collection includes African and African American-themed books for on-grade level readers. These are sure to engage with a range of high-interest topics and complexity to meet all students' needs, including both fiction and nonfiction. The book includes engaging articles to stimulate and hold the interest of students who are reading below grade level. Lower reading levels are achieved through the use of controlled vocabulary, simple sentence structure, and clear questions and student activity sheets are designed to improve the reading comprehension skills of remedial readers.4/5(1).

    This collection of high-interest nonfiction is designed to promote deep, sustained reading to learn. Featuring science and social studies topics, these books will lure children into engaged reading about a wide variety of topics, including deadly plants, erupting volcanoes, epic disasters, monster trucks, and the challenges of living in historical time periods. The book itself is exactly what I needed for my 4th grader that needs work on reading comprehension and he was intrigued by the topics of the passages, so he’s looking forward to reading them (which is awesome!!!). My only complaint is with the title. I hate that every time my son goes to get the book, he sees that he is a “struggling /5(39).


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Classroom Libraries by Grade Large-Scale Solutions; Grade 3 High-Interest Nonfiction I 16 books. Captivate students with these engaging nonfiction titles. BB3-HIN List Price $ Series: Weird But True (Book: 3) National Geographic Kids, Eds. Nonfiction. High-Interest Nonfiction Shelf, Grade 3, Below Benchmark Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library By Lucy Calkins, Teachers College Reading and Writing Project, Columbia University, Norah Mallaney, Shana Frazin.

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Price /5(2). The Secret Life Of The Red Fox. Pringle, Laurence, High Interest Nonfiction Grade 3 book. The life of a red fox is a mystery to most people. You might catch a glimpse of blazing red fur or hear a far-off bard, but the fox's daily activities are know to few.

Filled with fascinating facts and illuminating details, this nonfiction book invites readers on a yearlong. There's something for every reader in this diverse, unique collection featuring favorite characters and stories, contemporary classics, and thought-provoking nonfiction.

Curated especially for third grade classrooms, this book list spans a wide range of reading levels and can be used in group and individualized reading sessions.

(5 book series) NEW High Interest Series. Super Science Facts: Life Science Set (5 book series) NEW High Interest Series.

Gross History (6 book nonfiction series) Reading Level Grades 3–4. All About Fantasy Creatures (4 book series) Reading Level Grades 3–4. Crime Solvers (4 book series) Reading Level Grades 3–4. Star Lab (5 book series). Yet, this book is about more than basketball—it’s about a bond between a city and their team.

In On the Hardwood: Oklahoma City Thunder, we’ll detail how the Thunder ended up in Oklahoma City, and why they are there to stay. Reading Level: 3rd-4th Grade (48 pages) Get the Hear & Read set. nonfiction texts. To make your job easier, we compiled 21 of Storyworks’ best high-interest nonfiction articles and their companion “No-SweatBubble Tests” in this one book, ready for you to reproduce and distribute to students.

Nonfiction selections range from high-interest historical subjects, such as Roanoke, England’s first colony in File Size: KB. Recommended high/low books. The Association for Library Services for Children recommends these high/low titles for reluctant readers in grades The children's librarians at the Logan (Utah) Library developed a High Interest/Low Reading Level Book List for children in grades The list indicates both the independent reading level (by grade) and the interest level (by grade).

Product description Color: Grade 3 Promote student engagement and improve comprehension skills by teaching students to make connections between fiction and nonfiction texts. This resource provides high-interest passages, multiple-choice questions, and short-answer activities designed to meet the rigor of todays standards/5(6).

Nonfiction Grades - NONFIC-COL This collection includes books for on-grade level readers. These are sure to engage with a range of high-interest topics and complexity to meet all students’ needs.

With these books, students can explore a variety. A sixth grader reading at a second-grade level will not want to be seen carrying around a "baby book," even if it's the only thing they can easily read.

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Encourages reluctant readers to enjoy history as they build fluency, comprehension and motivation skills to have a love for reading. High Interest /Low Level (Hi-Lo) books are designed for students who are reading below the reading level for their grade.

They contain subjects that are appropriate for their grade and interest level, and emphasize the most common words in English.

By increasing exposure to these words, students increase their chances of learning them, and also. A great nonfiction book will inspire your middle schooler to delve deeper into the topic, sending them off to the library to find more books on the subject.

And importantly, a good nonfiction book will teach middle schoolers to be critical thinkers and readers. The nonfiction books on this list are meant to appeal to a wide range of readers.

Informational Nonfiction Grades - NF-INFO-TXT This collection includes informational nonfiction books for on-grade level readers in Grades These are sure to engage with a range of high-interest topics and complexity to meet all students’ needs.

High-Interest Fiction Shelf, Grade 8, Below Benchmark Lucy Calkins et al. Grade(s): 8th High-Interest Nonfiction Shelf, Grade 3 Lucy Calkins et al.

Grade(s): 3rd High-Interest Nonfiction Shelf, Grade 3, Below Benchmark Lucy Calkins et al. Grade(s): 3rd. Books shelved as high-interest-low-level: El Deafo by Cece Bell, Diary of a Wimpy Kid by Jeff Kinney, Clean Getaway by Nic Stone, The Lorax by Dr.

Seuss. Guided Reading Short Reads Nonfiction. Features high-interest texts thematically linked to Guided Reading Nonfiction Focus 2nd Edition; Teacher’s Guide. Look Inside. Text Cards. Look Inside. Grade 3 (8 levels, J–Q) 80 cards, 6 copies each, cards.

Grade 4 (8 levels.(shelved 3 times as middle-school-nonfiction) avg rating — 11, ratings — published Want to Read saving.From the acclaimed Scholastic News magazines, this collection of compelling informational texts comes with a variety of comprehension questions, including multiple choice, short response, and essays.

Each captivating article comes in three Lexile levels to support all students. Topics include robot teachers, endangered species, Rosa Parks, internet-providing balloons, and more.