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Ordering 3-Digit Numbers

For Students 2nd Standards
Second graders are asked to order two sets of two- and three-digit numbers from greatest to least, and then least to greatest.
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Party Favors

For Students 2nd Standards
Pia is putting stickers into party bags. She starts by putting 10 stickers in each bag, and over the course of a week she adds several bundles of ten stickers to each bag, as well as making more bags. Second graders must find the number...
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Teaching Primary and Secondary Sources

For Teachers 6th - 8th Standards
What makes a source primary or secondary? Middle schoolers read a definition of each term before exploring different examples and applying their knowledge to a research project.
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Hey Batter, Wake Up!

For Students 3rd - 4th Standards
Does jet lag affect a baseball team's performance in games? Read about how a baseball team's chance of winning a game can be affected by traveling over one, two, and three time zones. Readers then respond to five short answer questions...
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Susy Brown

For Students 1st Standards
Susy is always at home taking care of her baby sibling. Even when mom is home, Susy has to take care of the baby. Luckily for Susy, she has good friends. After reading about Susy's duties, learners respond to four questions that require...
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Here Ponto

For Students 1st Standards
Pronto is a good dog. He saves the narrator's dolls that got into the water and brings them back to the pond's edge. Readers respond to four comprehension questions after reading about Pronto.
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O John!

For Students 1st Standards
As the sun sets, what does the narrator see? After reading brief passage, first graders answer four comprehension questions about what they read.
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Here Comes the Band

For Students 1st Standards
Can you hear the men playing in the band? What are they playing and where are they going? These are the main ideas of a brief fictional passage.
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In Search of Flowers

For Students 2nd Standards
There's no love like a mother's adoration for her children. Second graders read a short story about a little girl's discovery of baby birds and their mother before answering four comprehension questions.
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A Big, White Hen

For Students 2nd Standards
Why wouldn't the chickens cross the brook? Find out in a short reading passage about a mother hen and her babies' daily walk. Second graders answer four comprehension questions after they finish reading the story.
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The Coat

For Students 2nd Standards
The moral of the story: listen to your parents! A concise reading passage introduces learners to Tom and the consequences of his choice to go out without a coat.
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One of Aesop's Fables

For Students 1st Standards
It's one thing to have an idea, but someone has to put it into action! Young pupils read a rendition of Aesop's fable of the mice in the council before answering four questions about details from the text.
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My Little Kitty

For Students 1st Standards
Can the small cat catch the rat? Find out in a short passage designed for first graders, complete with four comprehension questions that address details from the text.
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Race Cars

For Students 2nd Standards
Do you ever get nervous before a big event? A pair of race cars discuss their nerves before tomorrow's race in a reading activity that includes five comprehension questions.
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The Area in the Real World

For Teachers 6th Standards
So we don't have to paint the entire wall? Groups measure a classroom wall and aspects of the wall that would not be painted. Using the measurements, teams determine the area of the wall that would be covered in paint. The lesson is the...
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Hide and Seek

For Students 2nd Standards
Hide and seek is a lot of fun whether you're the hider or the seeker! Second graders read a short passage about a game of hide and seek before answering four reading questions.