Third Grade Reading Guarantee Teacher Resources

The documentation below provides additional resources for Teachers for the Third Grade Reading Guarantee.

External Resources

INFOhio Resources

  • BookFLIX - pairs classic video storybooks with related nonfiction e-books. This engaging combination of read-aloud stories and read-along nonfiction builds phonemic awareness; develops phonics decoding skills; and strengthens vocabulary, fluency, and comprehension, all while introducing children to a world of knowledge and exploration. Many of the nonfiction titles cover STEM and social studies standards. Lexile scores are included. 
  • The Early World of Learning - offers students in grades K-3 narrated stories, interactive reading games, leveled reading practice, and an online encyclopedia.  Early World of Learning's 'Welcome to Reading' section offers new readers stories, games, and activities to help them increase their skills. Two other areas on the site--Trek's Travels and Know It--help children develop vocabulary and comprehension. Early World of Learning also offers teachers a quiz feature that lets them assign quizzes and track progress on a variety foundational skills, including early childhood themes such as colors and numbers. Teachers can assign quizzes to specific students and even design their own quizzes to complement classroom discussion.
  • Searchasaurus -  gives young learners a chance to practice reading and searching skills. Students can search by Lexile score, which lets them find articles at the right reading level. It includes many articles, pictures, and tools for educators to help students develop reading skills. Articles can be viewed in HTML or PDF format.

BookFlix, Early World of Learning, and Searchasaurus Third Grade Reading Guarantee Alignment Information

Teachers in Split Classrooms

Properly licensed teachers for students retained in third grade and placed in Grades 3-4 split classrooms - This guidance explains the various types of credentials that qualify an educator under the law to teach these split classes.

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