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Be a Fox
Third Grade Homework Star
Lost and Found
Thi s Week ’s S tar Sp eci al s:
Be an Editing Star! • Good writers know how to
combine short sentences.
• They use words like ‘and’ or
‘or’ to combine the parts that
go together.
• This helps writing “flow” for
the reader.
Edit these sentences.
1. The sun shines. The sun heats the air.
2. My brother sees some animals. I see some animals.
3. The foxes run away. The deer run away.
4. We followed a trail. We found a cave.
Copy corrected sentences on the lines below.
Be a Spelling Star!
Sorting helps us remember
spelling. Sort your spelling words
into the appropriate column.

broke bold zone doze

smock throne stop shock
quote box jolt job
CVC (hop) CVCe (hope)

Understanding homonyms helps our reading and

writing make sense.
• Illustrate each homonym in the boxes below.
• Write a sentence that shows you know how to use
the homonyms correctly.

flower flour

%Extra Mile With a Smile: Illustrate your sentence! %

Be a Thinking Star!

If this word is the answer:

Write the What might the question be?
question h ere:

Now try thi s: Pu t an X th e wo rd th at d oesn ’t

belon g with th e o th er wo rds. Write you r
reason wh y in the bo x nex t to the word s.



Rio Grande

Use the following words to create an analogy.

Richmond Richmond is to ________ as Virginia
is to ___________.
Be V ocabul ary S tar! A strong vo cabul ary h elp s
us beco me better wri ters, readers, and

Write the the definition letter next

to the matching word.

______ matter a. state of matter that holds it own

______ solid b. state of matter that can be poured
______ liquid c. state of matter that is invisible
______ gas d. anything that takes up space and
has weight

Use two of the vocabulary words in a sentence that

makes sense. Your sentence should show that you
know what the words mean. Illustrate your sentence
in the picture box below.

Be a Reading Star

Be a Comprehension Star!
Good readers understand
“Cause and Effect.” Read
and complete the attached
pages: pp.40-42.

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