The primary transition for your third graders is they are no longer learning how to read but instead reading to learn a higher level of content materials. Therefore, the length of books becomes chapter books, needing to apply more complex reading strategies to understand the text.
They should be able to:
- Apply reading strategies such as asking questions, making inferences, and summarizing.
- Describe characters in a story.
- Understand the different genres of fiction.
- Determine the main idea and details in non-fiction texts.
- Use and understand text features in non-fiction texts.
- Use context clues to learn new vocabulary.
- Compare and contrast information from contexts.
Reading for BRIGHT KIDS:
- We assess your child’s reading level rather than just placing your child in grade-level reading. Our team needed o to identify the reading help your child may need to improve fluency, comprehension, and reading competence.
- Our personalized approach for your child’s reading program is precisely what he or she needs to grow. Our practice will keep your child engaged in learning and also accelerates results.
- Hone the right skills for school Skills! Our reading curriculum aligns with your child’s school standards and curriculum.