3rd Grade

The Michigan Learning Channel supports teachers and families through supplemental lessons for 3rd Grade students.

Lessons for the Week of April 12, 2021

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InPACT at Home - title screen

InPACT at Home

Pre-K – Adult | Heath & Fitness | “InPACT at Home” is a home-based physical activity program that enables K-12 students to engage in physical activity and education.

Math Mights - title screen with characters

Math Mights

K- 3rd Grade | Math | Engaging lessons help students build number sense and learn strategies for solving all kinds of math problems.

POP Check - Social emotional support

POP Check

Pre-K – 3rd Grade | Social Emotional Learning | Mindful practice tools to Pause, Own what we are feeling and Practice something to relax.

Read With Me at Home

K – 3rd Grade | ELA | Literacy lessons for Kindergarten – 3rd Grade students taught by Colorado master teachers that are aligned with Michigan Educational Standards.

Read, Write, ROAR!

Read, Write, ROAR!

Kindergarten – 3rd Grade | English Language Arts | Kindergarten–3rd Grade learners build literacy skills with engaging ELA lessons.

READING ELD

Reading ELD

K – 3rd Grade | ELL | English Language Development taught by Colorado master teachers that are aligned with Michigan Educational Standards.

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  • Questions while reading
    English3rd Grade

    Questions while reading

    Read With Me At HomeLesson 1

    Learn to ask and answer questions while reading a chapter book.

  • Characters in a story
    English3rd Grade

    Characters in a story

    Read With Me At HomeLesson 2

    Describe the different characters in a story and think about how their traits might change what they do and what happens in the story

  • Point of View
    English3rd Grade

    Point of View

    Read With Me At HomeLesson 3

    Characters in a story might see things differently. Read a story and think about each character's point of view

  • Nonfiction texts
    English3rd Grade

    Nonfiction texts

    Read With Me At HomeLesson 4

    Review nonfiction texts and how they may connect with the real world.

  • How stories are structured
    English3rd Grade

    How stories are structured

    Read With Me At HomeLesson 5

    Structure of the text; compare and contrast, cause and effect, or sequence text.

  • Cause and effect in nonfiction
    English3rd Grade

    Cause and effect in nonfiction

    Read With Me At HomeLesson 6

    Know your reading purposes and tackle "cause and effect" in nonfiction!

  • Fiction connections to the real world
    English3rd Grade

    Fiction connections to the real world

    Read With Me At HomeLesson 7

    Return to the fiction genre for some reading and make connections to the real world!

  • Myths, folktales, and fables
    English3rd Grade

    Myths, folktales, and fables

    Read With Me At HomeLesson 8

    Dive into cultures through the power of myths, folktales, and fables.