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Grade 3 Writing - Comprehension Tools

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Third graders begin to change their writing. They are now required to introduce a topic and then decide how to group their information. They must put related information together. Also, third graders must select illustrations that will help their writing. In this quiz, the students will choose the topic that would benefit a picture, and they will determine how the information should be grouped together.

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1.
Look at the picture.
Which topic below would benefit from using this picture?
Things that roll.
Things to do on a Saturday.
Toys for teenagers.
Toys for babies.
These are a baby's toys.
2.
Look at the picture.
Which topic below would benefit from using this picture?
Plants on land.
Sea mammals.
Underwater animals.
Different boats.
This picture shows different underwater animals.
3.
Read the topic below.
Topic: Best farm animals
Which information about the topic should be grouped together and included in an informative writing piece?
Farmer, pitchfork and plow.
Pigs, cows and chickens.
Milk, pork and eggs.
Crops, field and tractor.
A writing piece about the best farm animals would include pigs, cows and chickens.
4.
Read the topic below.
Topic: How tigers are dangerous
Which information about the topic should be grouped together and included in an informative writing piece?
The tiger's claws, sharp teeth and fast speed.
Tigers in zoos, living in the wild and as pets.
The tiger's stripes, the color of a tiger and its roar.
Tigers, lions and bears.
These subtopics would be great subgroups of the topic.
5.
Look at the picture.
Which topic below would benefit from using this picture?
The best roads.
Three-lettered words.
Ways to travel.
At school.
The bus is a way to travel which would be a good picture for this topic.
6.
Read the topic below.
Topic: What makes a good friend
Which information about the topic should be grouped together and included in an informative writing piece?
Pal, buddy and helper.
A friend's looks, job and how much money he or she has.
A sister, brother and classmate.
A friend's kindness, support and fun.
If a student had to write about what makes a good friend, they would need to include the friend's kindness, support and fun.
7.
Look at the picture.
Which topic below would benefit from using this picture?
Students' desks.
Different types of phones.
Black and white things.
Electronic devices.
These are electronic devices in the picture and that should be included to help aid comprehension.
8.
Read the topic below.
Topic: How to play your favorite game
Which information about the topic should be grouped together and included in an informative writing piece?
Monopoly, Candyland and Checkers.
Dice, spinner and timer.
Rules, game pieces and directions.
Chess, champions, tournament.
The rules, game pieces and directions should be a part of an informative or explanatory writing about a favorite game.
9.
Read the topic below.
Topic: The Best State to Live In
Which information about the topic should be grouped together and included in an informative writing piece?
Alabama, Hawaii, Georgia.
Cities, attractions and climate in Hawaii.
Trees, plants and flowers in Hawaii.
Clothes, music and religion in Hawaii.
The best group of subtopics to include would be things that would make Hawaii the best state.
10.
Look at the picture.
Which topic below would benefit from using this picture?
Crafts to do with friends.
Fun things to do with friends.
Outside activities.
Water sports.
Playing cards is a fun thing to do with friends.
Author:  Amy Flanders

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