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Write.er.or.eston.each.line..1. Hummingbirds are the smallbirds.A robin is smallthan an eagle.2. Jay runs fastthan Pete.He is the fastrunner in class.3. My brother is tallthan me.My dad is the tallperson in our family.
Read and Understand with Leveled Texts, Grade 3 • EMC 3443 • © Evan-Moor Corp.61NameSkill:Build vocabulary.Hush, Little BabyWhat Does It Mean?Find.the.words.in.the.song.that.go.with.the.meanings.below...Write.the.words.on.the.lines.next.to.their.meanings.1. a piece of jewelry2. a sweet-singing bird3. a male goat4. to pay money for5. a two-wheeled vehicle6. a small telescopeWhat’s My Name?Write.each.name.on.the.line.below.the.correct.picture.billy goatmockingbirdbabyhorse and cartdiamond ringlooking glass
Read and Understand with Leveled Texts, Grade 3 • EMC 3443 • © Evan-Moor Corp.62NameSkills:Write a personal narrative; organize information on a list.Hush, Little BabyGood Night, Sleep TightHush, Little Babyis a lullaby. Lullabies are sung to babies andyoung children to help them go to sleep.Write.about.how.your.parents.got.you.to.go.to.sleep.when.you.were.a.baby.My Favorite LullabyAsk.ten.classmates.to.name.their.favorite.lullaby..Complete.this.list.classmate askedfavorite lullaby1.2.3.4.5.6.7.8.9.10.
Read and Understand with Leveled Texts, Grade 3 • EMC 3443 • © Evan-Moor Corp.63The Fisherman and His WifeOnce upon a time, long, long ago, there lived a fishermanand his wife. They were very poor. They lived in an old woodenhut by the seashore. All they had to eat were fish that the husbandcaught and vegetables that the wife grew in her garden. Thehusband was content going to fish in the sea each day, but hiswife wanted more.One day, the fisherman caught an unusual fish. As helooked at the fish, it began to speak.“I am an enchanted prince,” said the fish. “Please put meback into the water before I die.” The kindhearted fisherman putthe fish back into the water and went home.“I caught a talking fish today,” he told his wife. “It was reallyan enchanted prince.” The fisherman’s wife became very excited.“Go back and call the fish,” she demanded. “You saved itslife. It should give you a reward. Tell it you want a cottage.”The fisherman went back to the seashore and called,“Magic fish, I am the fisherman who put you back into the water.May I talk to you?”
Read and Understand with Leveled Texts, Grade 3 • EMC 3443 • © Evan-Moor Corp.64When the fish appeared, the fisherman asked for a cottage.“Go home,” said the fish. “It is done.”When the fisherman got home, he saw a new cottagestanding in place of the old wooden hut. His wife was happy fora while, but then she wanted more.One day she said, “I am uncomfortable in this small cottage.Go back and tell the fish I want a castle. I want to be a queen.”The fisherman went to the seashore and called for themagic fish. He told the fish that his wife wanted to be a queenand live in a castle.

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