Common Core Alignment

CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RL.3.2 - Recount stories, including fables, folktales, and myths from diverse cultures; determine the central message, lesson, or moral and explain how it is conveyed through key details in the text.

1: Environment

Unit 1: Tornado
Lesson 2: The Storm
Lesson 3: The Tornado
Lesson 4: A Card Trick
Lesson 5: Turtles
Lesson 6: The Best Pet Award
Lesson 7: Conflict
Lesson 8: The End of the Storm
Lesson 9: Plot
Unit 2: Sarah, Plain and Tall
Lesson 10: Neighbors
Lesson 12: The End of the Storm
Lesson 2: Story Elements
Lesson 3: The News
Lesson 4: The Letters
Lesson 5: The Arrival
Lesson 6: Life on the Prairie
Lesson 7: The Dune
Lesson 8: Work and Play
Final Project: Welcome To Kansas
Unit 3: Who Was Helen Keller?
Lesson 4: Inventors
Lesson 5: Annie
Lesson 7: More Learning

2: Change

Unit 2: Communities Change Over Time
Lesson 6: Ancient Civilizations

3: Cycles

Unit 1: Poppy
Lesson 2: Mr. Ocax
Lesson 3: The Emergency Meeting
Lesson 8: On the Way to New House
Final Project: Poppy
Unit 2: Charlotte's Web
Lesson 1: Getting Started
Lesson 2: Charlotte
Lesson 3: Bad News
Lesson 4: Some Pig
Lesson 7: The End
Unit 3: The Family Under the Bridge
Lesson 2: The French Man
Lesson 3: A Discovery
Lesson 4: A Day in the City
Lesson 5: Singing
Lesson 6: The Shoe

4: Relationships

Unit 1: One Day in the Tropical Rain Forest
Lesson 2: Morning in the Rain Forest
Lesson 3: The Tree
Lesson 4: Butterfly Search
Lesson 5: Rain Forest Relationships
Unit 2: The Whipping Boy
Lesson 2: Jemmy and Prince Brat
Lesson 3: The Plot Thickens
Lesson 4: A Note to the King
Lesson 6: In the Woods
Unit 3: Iggie's House
Lesson 1: The Move
Lesson 2: Meeting the Neighbors
Lesson 3: The Softball Game
Lesson 5: A Visit from Germs
Lesson 6: A New Petition
Lesson 8: Moving
Final Project: Character Interviews