Category: 3rd Grade Reading ELA

3rd Grade Reading and ELA Smartboard Games – Main Idea, Synonyms, English Language, Adjectives, Reading Comprehension, Fairy-tales, Parts of Speech, Author’s Purpose, Punctuation Marks, Nouns and Verbs – Play these fun, interactive and free Reading ELA games on the Smartboard!

  • Parts of Speech Game – Reading ELA

    Practice recognizing the different parts of speech with this engaging Smartboard game. Practice identifying nouns, pronouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs and prepositions. Directions: Click on the jellyfish that contains the matching part of speech as given by the octopus. If you choose correctly the octopus will shoot a beam to destroy that jellyfish, if you are […]

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  • Nouns and Verbs Game – Reading ELA

    Use the Smartboard to practice identifying nouns and verbs in sentences. A noun is a person, place or thing and a verb is a word used to describe an action. Direction: Select your game and click go. The speech bubble at the top left of the screen will ask you to click on nouns, verbs […]

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  • Punctuation Marks Game – Reading ELA

    Learn about and practice where to place different punctuation marks in a sentence with this interactive Smartboard game. Punctuation marks are symbols that aid in our comprehension of what we read. Learn about the period, comma, colon, semi-colon, question mark and quotations. Directions: Read the sentence you are given without any punctuation marks. Then click […]

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  • Author’s Purpose Activity – Reading ELA

    Use this lesson on the Smarboard to teach about author’s purpose. Authors write to inform, entertain, or to persuade the reader. Determining the author’s purpose can help you to better understand a text. Directions: Navigate through the lesson using the yellow next button. You will learn about how each purpose has clues that will lead […]

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  • Fractured Fairy Tale Activity – Reading ELA

    Use this interactive Smartboard lesson to help students write their own Fractured Fairy Tale. A Fractured Fairy Tale takes a well known tale and changes it in an unexpected way by using different characters, setting, points of view, plots. This can be used as a whole class lesson on the Smartboard when teaching a writing […]

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