Students in 3rd grade can really use their skills in reading, writing, and math to engage in the curriculum. You can use these creative ideas to help them have fun practicing and applying these essential skills.
Students will write how-to stories about getting ready for school and publish them to use at home.
Students learn about key elements of a fairy tale as they retell a fairy tale in modern times.
Students practice narrative writing as they work together to write, illustrate, and narrate a new version of a story.
Students will personify an object and write a story as part of an online book or animated adventure.
In this lesson, students create a coat of arms to represent their personal identity and values.
After reading examples of haiku and learning about this short form of Japanese poetry, students write and illustrate their own haiku poems.
Students introduce a new hero to the world through an ID card and comic.
Students will create their own multiplication word problems.
Students write and illustrate a spring-inspired short story including fractions they find in nature or their local community.
Students will explore length, width, perimeter, and surface area as they design their dream room.
Students research the characteristics, adaptations, and habitat of an animal and share their findings in a question and answer session with the animal.
Students explore the life cycle of a butterfly as they write and illustrate stories that show the stages of a butterfly’s metamorphosis.
Students will research an animal and create a riddle to showcase their knowledge and engage other students in the natural world.
Students apply what they have learned about animal characteristics and adaptation to create a new creature and introduce it to the scientific community.
In this lesson, students create a 6-sided snowflake and write diary entries about its life.
Students develop a clear understanding of rainforest regions globally through research and the creation of postcards.
Students design and create upcycled products using materials collected at home and school.
In this lesson, students create an online museum for their community.
In this lesson, students nominate literary characters for each seat in the President's cabinet.
In this lesson, students explore the work of Andy Warhol and create their own pop art montage.
In this lesson, students use symmetry to create bizarre creatures around a self-portrait and then write a poem about the image.
Students build media literacy skills as they create a visual essay to share information about themselves.
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