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    English Language ArtsReading: LiteratureRL.3.1......................................................................................4RL.3.2....................................................................................12RL.3.3.......................................................................................20RL.3.4.......................................................................................26RL.3.5.......................................................................................33RL.3.6.......................................................................................42RL.3.7.......................................................................................52RL.3.9.......................................................................................58RL.3.10.....................................................................................64Reading: Informational TextRI.3.1........................................................................................70RI.3.2........................................................................................78RI.3.3........................................................................................84RI.3.4........................................................................................92RI.3.5..........................................................................................100RI.3.6..........................................................................................109RI.3.7..........................................................................................115RI.3.8..........................................................................................121RI.3.9..........................................................................................128RI.3.10........................................................................................133Reading: Foundational SkillsRF.3.3.........................................................................................139RF.3.4.........................................................................................182WritingW.3.1..........................................................................................195W.3.2..........................................................................................201W.3.3..........................................................................................207W.3.4..........................................................................................213W.3.5..........................................................................................221W.3.6..........................................................................................227W.3.7..........................................................................................232W.3.8..........................................................................................243W.3.10........................................................................................251Speaking & ListeningSL.3.1.........................................................................................259SL.3.2.........................................................................................263SL.3.3.........................................................................................267SL.3.4.........................................................................................275SL.3.5.........................................................................................286SL.3.6.........................................................................................293LanguageL.3.1............................................................................................297L.3.2............................................................................................307L.3.3............................................................................................320L.3.4............................................................................................328L.3.5............................................................................................341L.3.6............................................................................................357

    MathematicsOperations & Algebraic Thinking3.OA.1...........................................................................................3703.OA.2...........................................................................................3993.OA.3...........................................................................................4273.OA.4...........................................................................................4463.OA.5...........................................................................................4813.OA.6...........................................................................................5243.OA.7...........................................................................................5603.OA.8...........................................................................................5873.OA.9...........................................................................................609Number & Operations in Base Ten3.NBT.1.........................................................................................6453.NBT.2.........................................................................................6603.NBT.3.........................................................................................678Number & Operations - Fractions3.NF.1........................................................................................6883.NF.2........................................................................................6973.NF.3........................................................................................712Measurement & Data3.MD.1..........................................................................................7213.MD.2..........................................................................................7363.MD.3..........................................................................................7533.MD.4..........................................................................................7683.MD.5..........................................................................................7813.MD.6..........................................................................................7993.MD.7..........................................................................................8123.MD.8..........................................................................................822Geometry3.G.1.............................................................................................8293.G.2.............................................................................................840

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    Word Root Word suffix/prefix meaning

    emigration _______________________ _______________________

    unnecessary _______________________ _______________________

    sincerely _______________________ _______________________

    disappear _______________________ _______________________

    predetermine _______________________ _______________________

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    government _______________________ _______________________

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    gymnastic _______________________ _______________________

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  • Color the Unknown NumberDirections: Solve the multiplication and division equations below. Use the key to color the rectangular spaces with the correct colors.

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