Third grade students begin to deepen their reading skills. As they start to master recalling story details, they learn how to draw meaning from the text.
Students should spend time improving their decoding and fluency skills, as well as trying to read more difficult texts without as much support. Their reading should include fiction and nonfiction texts. They can use nonfiction texts to gain knowledge and find information for research projects. Fiction texts can inspire creative writing activities.
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