3rd Grade Daily Language Practice-Common Core! by Splash Publications

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I can explain the meanings of literal and nonliteral words and phrases in context. Mariah was upset about her fi eld t rip part ner, but she didn’t say anyt hing because she didn’t want t o rock t he boat . I f you t ook t he nonlit eral st at em ent rock t he boat lit erally, what would it m ean? __________________________________________________ Explain what is m eant by t he nonlit eral st at em ent rock t he boat – __________________________________________________ 2. Som et im es m y sist er t ells m e t hat I ’m a pain in t he neck.

They are the The mice own their whiskers. They are the ______________ shoes. _____________ whiskers. Use the possessive girls’ in a sentence. Use the possessive team’s in a sentence. 2d I can form and use possessive nouns. 2d I can form and use possessive nouns. Fill in the blanks with the correct possessive nouns. Fill in the blanks with the correct possessive nouns. The bottle belongs to the baby. It is the The planet Venus is covered with rocks. They ____________ bottle. are _________________ rocks.

The sign on the hotel lashed vacant, so we knew there were plenty of rooms available. brilliant means _______________________ vacant means ________________________ ____________________________________ ____________________________________ The word ascend means to go up. Write a sentence with context clues using ascend. The word contribute means to give. Write a sentence with context clues using contribute. 4a, b I can igure out the meanings of new words by using synonyms, antonyms, and other context clues.

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