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NYC Core Curriculum 3rd - ELA

Description: The New York City Core Curriculum program aims to provide a high-quality curricula to NYC students through a seamless instructional program across grades and subjects. This list has been curated by NYCDOE for 3rd Grade English Language Arts materials.


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Storm In The Night

by Mary Stolz

Storm in the night. Thunder like mountains blowing up. Lightning licking the navy-blue sky. Rain streaming down the windows, babbling in the downspouts. And Grandfather?... And Thomas? ... And Ringo, the cat? They were in the dark.

Too early to go to bed, and with only flashes of lightning to see by, Thomas and his grandfather happily find themselves re-discovering the half-forgotten scents and sounds of their world, and having a wonderful time learning important, new things about each other in a spirited conversation sparked by darkness. Mary Stolz and Pat Cummings have each brought their unique talents to this lyrical tale about a magical, stormy night and a special relationship.

Date Added: 07/06/2018


Brave Girl

by Michelle Markel

From acclaimed author Michelle Markel and Caldecott Honor artist Melissa Sweet comes this true story of Clara Lemlich, a young Ukrainian immigrant who led the largest strike of women workers in U. S. history.

Date Added: 07/06/2018


The Ride

by Kitty Griffin

One brave girl, one strong pony, one desperate ride to deliver a crucial message that would change the course of American history. Betsy is the girl power answer to Paul Revere.

Repeated for over two hundred years as an oral tradition, the legend of Betsy Dowdy is a classic American tale of a girl who simply believed she could be free. Inspired by the danger and daring of this ordinary North Carolinian girl, THE RIDE is a story about stepping up to help the cause you believe in, doing even what little you can, and building the United States of America.

Date Added: 07/06/2018


Explore American History

by Judi Kinney

The Student Book has 9 chronological chapters from Early Years to A New Century. These follow a consistent format: Anticipatory Set, Vocabulary, History Stories, and Quiz. Twenty-five one-page biographies with corresponding comprehension exercises are also aligned to the curriculum's chronology.

Date Added: 07/06/2018


Right On Reader 2

by Diane M. Browder and Pamela J. Mims and Angel Lee and Tracie-Lynn Zakas and Jo Reynolds and Beverly Potts and Linda R. Schreiber

A systematic language arts curriculum for middle and high school studentsResearch has shown Teaching to Standards: English Language Arts to be highly effective in teaching skills that align to grade-level standards.

Date Added: 07/06/2018


Right On Reader 1

by Diane M. Browder and Pamela J. Mims and Angel Lee and Tracie-Lynn Zakas and Jo Reynolds and Beverly Potts and Linda R. Schreiber

Right On Readers - provides 16 popular works of literature commonly used in the general education classroom, adapted with simplified text, repeated storylines, and symbol supports. The adapted literature includes fiction and nonfiction stories, poetry, theatrical scripts, and research endeavors.

Date Added: 07/06/2018


ReadyGEN Reader's and Writer's Journal, Grade 3

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NIMAC-sourced textbook

Date Added: 07/06/2018


ReadyGEN Reader's and Writer's Journal, Grade 3

by Scott Foresman

NIMAC-sourced textbook

Date Added: 07/06/2018


Detective [Grade 3]

by Scott Foresman

NIMAC-sourced textbook

Date Added: 07/06/2018



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