Here are some different sites that parents and students have liked in the past to for extra practice of third grade skills:
Reading:Tumble BooksHurffville School has access to a wonderful website that parents and kids can view at home and school. It is called TumbleBooks. TumbleBooks is an online collection of animated, talking books which you can read or have read to you. It also contains sounds, music, games, puzzles, and quizzes to go along with the books. In addition, TumbleBooks has now added National Geographic videos to the site.Our login is Hurff, and our password is books. http://www.tumblebooklibrary.com
Here is a large collection of short stories from different genres for students to read online. Students can click on difficult words to hear the word read aloud. Want extra practice? Try writing a summary after reading the story!
This site contains a collection of stories read aloud by members of the SAG. Along with each story is a set of related activities.
This is a fun collection of reading games. There are also links to math and science games on this site!
Choose a grammar skill you'd like to practice.
Play games using one of this year's lists of fundations words http://www.spellingcity.com
What Time Is It?
Interactive games and Activities
Time Interval Games
Timed Multiplication Practice
These activities are fun to do at home and reinforce concepts taught in class. Anytime Activities pdf
Everyday Math Resources
Additional Math Help
This is a great site for additional practice and examples. After clicking a general subject, you will be redirected to a page with sub-topics. For example, you could choose decimals, and then work with place value. For each sub-topic, there is a basic overview, an in depth explanation, examples, and a place to try sample problems. This is one of my favorite sites! I hope you enjoy it as much as I do! http://www.math.com/