3rd Grade Math
3rd Grade ELA
3rd Grade Vocabulary
3rd Grade Science
3rd Grade Grammar
100

1000 x 4

4000

100

this point of view is told by a single character, (using I).

first person

100

This is when two words sound the same but are spelled differently. 

homophone

100

Name the 3 states of matter. 

Solid, liquid and gas

100
This part of speech is a person, place, thing.
What is a noun?
200

8 x 6

48

200
This is name of the person telling the story.
What is the narrator?
200

These are the two structural parts of a poem. 

Lines and stanzas.

200

What biome would you find a cactus in? 

Desert

200

This part of speech is an action.

What is a verb?

300

72 Γ· 9

8

300

This is where a story takes place.

setting

300

A figure of speech that uses exaggeration is called...

hyperbole
300

Name two phases of our moon

Full, half, quarter, crescent and new

300

This part of speech describes a noun.

an adjective

400

This shape has 5 sides.

pentagon

400

This is what a passage is mostly about.

main idea

400

Comparing two things using the words 'like' and 'as' 

Similie

400

When an offspring of two different colored animals is both colors it inherits _________.

traits

400

What is the adverb in this sentence?

I was feeling hungry, so I quickly made myself a delicious sandwich.

quickly

500

You must add all of the sides of the shape in order to find this.

the perimeter

500

This is a lesson that is inferred from the text which relates to the bigger world.

moral or theme

500

This compares two things WITHOUT using like or as.

metaphor

500

The sun rotates around the earth. True or False

False

500

This comes before a the root word and changes its meaning

Prefix.

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