English Learners – 3rd Grade

  • 3rd Grade
    Reading ELD with Mrs. Radue

    Reading ELD – 3rd – Lesson 8

    Similar and opposite words – Learn words that have similar and opposite meanings and about a Colorado suffragette. This lesson is for 2nd and 3rd grade students who are learning English and have intermediate to advanced English skills.

  • 3rd Grade
    Reading ELD with Mrs. Radue

    Reading ELD – 3rd – Lesson 7

    Homophones – Learn homophones, words that sound the same but have different meanings and spellings. This lesson is for 2nd and 3rd grade students who are learning English and have intermediate to advanced English skills.

  • 3rd Grade
    Reading ELD with Mrs. Radue

    Reading ELD – 3rd – Lesson 5

    Contractions – Read a story and play games to learn about contractions. This lesson is for 2nd and 3rd grade students who are learning English and have intermediate to advanced English skills.

  • 3rd Grade
    Reading ELD with Mrs. Radue

    Reading ELD – 3rd – Lesson 6

    “Wh” words – Learn all about “WH” words. Who? What? When? Where? Why? This lesson is for 2nd and 3rd grade students who are learning English and have intermediate to advanced English skills.

  • 3rd Grade
    Reading ELD with Mrs. Radue

    Reading ELD – 3rd – Lesson 3

    Verb prefixes – Just a few letters at the beginning of a word can change its meaning! We’ll learn how prefixes like re-, mis-, and un- change the meaning of a few of our favorite verbs. This lesson is for 2nd and 3rd grade students who are learning English and have intermediate to advanced English skills.

  • 3rd Grade
    Reading ELD with Mrs. Radue

    Reading ELD – 3rd – Lesson 4

    Suffixes and prefixes. Mrs. Radue teaches suffixes and prefixes through a ‘Day at the Zoo’ story. This lesson is for 2nd and 3rd grade students who are learning English and have intermediate to advanced English skills.

  • 3rd Grade
    Reading ELD with Mrs. Radue

    Reading ELD – 3rd Grade – Lesson 2

    Plural nouns. How can we talk about more than one of something? Ms. Radue shares tricks to remember how to add an -s or -es to make a noun plural. This lesson is for 2nd and 3rd grade students who are learning English and have intermediate to advanced English skills.

  • 3rd Grade
    Reading ELD with Mrs. Radue

    Reading ELD – 3rd Grade – Lesson 1

    Verb endings. Can you change the meaning of a verb just by adding a few letters? Practice inflectional endings like -ed and -ing. This lesson is for 2nd and 3rd grade students who are learning English and have intermediate to advanced English skills.