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Grade Three Writing 

Writing Projects

  1. BGRSLOGOsmall.jpgTell Us Your Story (a digital story project using PhotoStory)
  2. BGRSLOGOsmall.jpg Grade Three Fractured Fairy Tale Project
  3. BGRSLOGOsmall.jpgCreate a Talking Book! using MS PowerPoint. Student Exemplar Beau Meadow: Talking Book
  4. BGRSLOGOsmall.jpgGrade Three Fairy Tales Project Compare and Contrast.
  5. Comparing and Contrasting Fairy Tales
  6. BGRSLOGOsmall.jpgAmazing Animals- Animal Report WebQuest Grade 3
  7. Oceanography ABC Books (write and illustrate an ABC book)
  8. The True Story of the Three Little Pigs (Scholastic) Write from a different point of view.
  9. Fables! Fables! Fables! 
  10. In Search of Stellaluna's Family (Learn about bats and write a letter to Stellaluna).

Writing Activities

  1.  Pinky Dinky Doo: The Great Big Story Box - Select one of five stories. You get to build the beginning, the middle and the end of the story, and hear it read aloud as you go. 
  2. My Story Maker  Let's you control characters and objects - and creates sentences for you. 
  3. Picture Book Maker create your very own picture book.
  4. Tell a Story You can tell thousands of different stories by choosing one of the Tell-a-Story Challenges and letting your imagination go wild. (Kidspace)
  5. Story Jumper A Place to create and discover stories.
  6. Stop and Go Stories. Choose a picture and help the characters write a story!
  7. Storybird - Art Inspired Collaborative Story Telling! Storybird reverses the process of visual storytelling by starting with the image and "unlocking" the story inside. Choose an artist or a theme, get inspired, and start writing!  Teachers Set up a class Account
  8. Scholastic Story Starters A creative activity that can be different every time you try it. Select your grade and then spin the wheels to see what your story will be about. Then, choose a format for the story.
  9. Fairy Tales [SMART Notebook lesson]
  10. Story Plant  Grow your own story from the story plant. Sky will guide you through the steps in planning and writing a story. At each step, choose a leaf and click on it. When the plant has stopped growing, listen to Sky read the story you've made. Then print it out and finish it off or grow another story.
  11. Instructions: pick a task then select the correct instructions on how to do it.
  12. Writing Instructions  this website explores the features of written instructions. It looks at the use of time words to show the order and of verbs. Super illustrations.
  13. Write a POSTCARD and send it online!
  14. Send an Arthur E-card
  15. Letter Generator interactive help for writing friendly letters.
  16. Story Starters!  What makes for an awesome story starter? Work with a team to rank the best and worst ways to start a story. Look at stars and stinkers, and figure out what makes the best ones work!