3rd Grade Reading Benchmark Practice
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3rd Grade Reading Benchmark Practice

Final grade3 reading practice test
40784-RSTUDENTS NAMEMISOCIAL SECURITY NUMBERSCHOOL NAMEFemaleBIRTH DATEDayDISTRICT

STUDENT ID NUMBERAsian-PacificReading Practice TestAlaskaComprehensive System of Student AssessmentTEACHER , 1:16 , located online at .Any other use or reproduction of this document, in whole or in part, requires writtenapproval of CTB/McGraw-Hill, 20 Ryan Ranch Road, Monterey, California 93940-5703.Acknowledgments:CTB is indebted to the following for permission to use material in this book.Close Friends by Sally Lucas from Highlights for Childrens January 1997 issue, copyright

1997by Highlights for Children, Inc., Columbus, Ohio.Used by permission.The Young MouseAdaptation and illustration from

by Diane L.Burns, pictures by Kathy Rogers, text copyright

1989 by Diane Burns,illustrations copyright

by Carolrhoda Books, Inc.

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2001 by Alaska Department of Education & Early Development and CTB/McGraw-Hill.Why does Kim need to wake up on Monday morning?7/23/01, 1:18 PM3Here is a story about two friends.

Read the story.Then do Numbers 1 through 6.You may look back at the story.by Sally LucasSquirrel and Bird were close friends.Theywent everywhere together.One day they saw asnowman standing alone in front of a house.Look at the sad snowman, said Squirrel.Doyou think we could cheer him up?Of course, said Bird.Ill sing to him.Musicmay make him feel better.Ill give him a present, said Squirrel.Thatmay cheer him up.Squirrel dug up some nuts he had been savingand laid them in a pile in front of the snowman.Bird sang her favorite songs.Still, the snowmandidnt smile.We cant cheer him up, whispered Squirrel.Maybe someone else can make him happy.Canyou call the children in the house out to play?Maybe they will know what to do.Bird flew to the window and chirped as loudlyas he could.Listen, cried the boy inside.

A bird issinging to tell us that its a nice day.Lets go outand play.Tom and his sister, Amelia, put on theirjackets, boots, and mittens.They ran out to playin the snow.They saw the nuts lying on the ground.Wecan use these to give our snowman a biggermouth, cried Tom.He needs a smile onhis face.And there will still be nuts left over, saidAmelia.

Lets make another snowman.He canhave a big grin, too.Squirrel and Bird watched the children from anearby tree.Look, said Squirrel to Bird.You were right.The children knew what to do.The snowman issmiling.And they are making another snowman,chirped Bird.Thats good, sighed Squirrel.Everyoneneeds a close friend.b40784r_03_PT_s01AK7/23/01, 1:18 PM4Copyright

2001 by Alaska Department of Education & Early Development and CTB/McGraw-Hill.What is this story mostly about?playing in the snowcheering up a sad snowmanlearning how to make a snowmanWe know that Squirrel and Bird are close friends becausethey go everywhere togethersquirrels and birds are usually friendsthey are trying to cheer up a sad snowmanWhy did Squirrel and Bird think that the snowman was sad?because he told thembecause he was hungry for nutsThe children make a second snowman becausethey like playing in the snowthey dont want the first snowman to be lonelythey are trying to show off for Squirrel and Birdb40784r_03_PT_s01AK7/23/01, 1:18 PM5Copyright

2001 by Alaska Department of Education & Early Development and CTB/McGraw-Hill.On the lines below, write two ways the children cheer up the sad snowman.Which of these is the root word, or base word, of standing?ingstanstand7/23/01, 1:19 PM6Sometimes the way something looks tricks us.Read the story.Then doNumbers 7 through 11.You may look back at the story.Once a young mouse went out to see the world.When he camehome, he told his mother about the things he had seen.I met an animal who was very loud.He had something red onhis head.

He seemed to be very tall.His body was red, yellow, andbrown.He had a hard, sharp nose.I didnt feel safe with him.s mother.What else did you see?I kept walking and I met a beautiful animal.His fur was the colorof gold.

He had ears like ours, and a long fluffy tail.He smiled at meand seemed very nice.Then what happened? asked the mouses mother.That big, noisy animal came.He screeched, and he waved hiscolorful arms.I was so scared that I ran all the way home.s mother said, Remember what happened today.Youliked the furry animal because he was beautiful.But he is a cat and isNOT a friend of ours.You did not like the animal who was noisyand had a sharp nose.He is a rooster and he kept you from harm byscaring you away from the cat.b40784r_03_PT_s01AK7/23/01, 1:19 PM7Copyright

2001 by Alaska Department of Education & Early Development and CTB/McGraw-Hill.This passage is an example ofa playThe next time the young mouse sees a cat he will probablynotice his beautyask him a questionrun away from himThe young mouse didnt feel safe with the rooster because the roosterwas very loudhad small earswas not like himWhat lesson does the young mouse learn from his mother?All roosters are ugly.Be careful who you talk to.t be trusted.t always judge someone by the way they look.b40784r_03_PT_s01AK7/23/01, 1:19 PM8Copyright

2001 by Alaska Department of Education & Early Development and CTB/McGraw-Hill.These pictures tell the story of the mouses journey.

In the first picture, the mouse meetsthe rooster.In the second picture, the mouse meets the cat.In the empty box, draw whathappens to the mouse right after he meets the cat.Then on the lines next to your picturetell about what you drew.b40784r_03_PT_s01AK7/23/01, 1:19 PM9Copyright

2001 by Alaska Department of Education & Early Development and CTB/McGraw-Hill.Read Arbor Day.

Then do Numbers 12 through 18.You may look back at the passage.families survive.Wood fires and log homeskept them warm and safe
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Final grade3 writing practice test
40784-WSTUDENTS NAMEMISOCIAL SECURITY NUMBERSCHOOL NAMEFemaleBIRTH DATEDayDISTRICT

STUDENT ID NUMBERAsian-PacificWriting Practice TestAlaskaComprehensive System of Student AssessmentTEACHER , 8:47 is indebted to the following for permission to use material in this book.Images of photographs not otherwise acknowledged provided by

1996 PhotoDisc, Inc.document, located online at .Any other use or reproduction of this document, in whole or in part, requires writtenapproval of CTB/McGraw-Hill, 20 Ryan Ranch Road, Monterey, California , 8:47 AM4WRITINGCopyright

2001 by Alaska Department of Education & Early Development and CTB/McGraw-Hill.Choose the words that will make this a complete sentence.eight years oldis in third gradewriting a letterThere are four mistakes in this paragraph.Lets correct them together.In the summer, the days are more longer, so there is time to dothings I enjoy.I can ride my bike.And go swimming.I can also playsin the park with my , 8:56 AM3WRITINGCopyright

2001 by Alaska Department of Education & Early Development and CTB/McGraw-Hill.Choose the best way to write Sentence 2.Our team playing the team from across town.Having to play the team from across town.Our team was playing the team from across town.Best as it is: Playing the team from across town.After school, we checked out the big game.team from across town.The game lasted for over threehours, but it was exciting the whole time.We won in theA student wrote a paragraph about a school game.

There aresome mistakes that need , 8:57 AM4WRITINGCopyright

2001 by Alaska Department of Education & Early Development and CTB/McGraw-Hill.Everyone loves riding a bicycle, maybe it is the excitement ofseeing new Places.What could be more fun than the sense ofadventure as we pedal along our favorite paths.

With the wind atour Backs, we feel alot like birds flying high up in the sky.Here is a paragraph about bicycling.There are six mistakes in capitalization,punctuation, and spelling.

Draw a line through each mistake and write thecorrection in the space above it.b-40784w_03_PT_s01AK02/16/01, 8:57 AM5WRITINGUse the Writing Skills Checklist belowto help you plan your writingto check your writing when you are doneWriting Skills ChecklistDoes your story have a beginning, a middle, and an end?Have you used words that make your story interesting to read?Have you spelled words correctly?Have you used correct capitalization and punctuation?Have you written complete sentences?Have you written your story carefully so that anyone can read your writing?Pretend that a talking dog moved into your house.

On the lines below and on the nextpages, write a story describing what happened.Make sure your story has a beginning,a middle, and an end.

You do not have to use all the lines.For this answer, make sure you use complete sentences and check your workfor correct spelling, capitalization, and , 8:57 AM6WRITINGCopyright

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2001 by Alaska Department of Education & Early Development and CTB/McGraw-Hill.For Numbers 3 through 5, choose the sentence that is written correctly.This time my dog.They will have fun.We went to sleep early.We studying hard at school.We tired at the end of the day.We eaten a good dinner.Writing a report.The report about cars.After I wrote it.My teacher liked it.Choose the sentence that has the correct capitalization and punctuation.Did you see the movie.the movie was exciting.It had a happy , 8:57 AM9WRITINGCopyright

2001 by Alaska Department of Education & Early Development and CTB/McGraw-Hill.Here is a page from Toms journal.For Numbers 7 and 8, choose the answer that uses thecorrect capitalization and punctuation for each missing part.Monday, april 17Monday April 17monday april 17Monday, April 17Here is another thing Tom wrote in his journal.Choose the words that willcomplete the sentence.lots of studentsis full of booksa place to learnToday in school we learned abouthow cars are made in Detroit MichiganDetroit, michiganDetroit, MichiganDetroit , 8:57 AM10WRITINGCopyright

2001 by Alaska Department of Education & Early Development and CTB/McGraw-Hill.For Numbers 10 and 11, choose the words that will complete the sentence.sounded interesting.About the classTold by my teacherIn schoolThat mystery bookMy dads favorite sport and footballlots of practicewatches on , 8:58 AM11WRITINGCopyright

2001 by Alaska Department of Education & Early Development and CTB/McGraw-Hill.For a class project, a student wrote a report about hummingbirds.Here is part ofthe report.There are some mistakes that need correcting.Choose the best way to write Sentence 2.They are fast flyers.They were fast flyers.They had been fast flyers.Best as it is: They is fast flyers.Choose the best way to write Sentence 3.They can dive at 45 miles an hour grab insects for food as they go.They can dive at 45 miles an hour? Grab insects for food as they go.They can dive at 45 miles an hour, and grab insects for food as they go.Best as it is: They can dive at 45 miles an hour, grab insects for food as they go.Hummingbirds are small, colorful birds.

flyers.They can dive at 45 miles an hour, grab insects forfood as they go.

Sometimes they even fly backward orb-40784w_03_PT_s01AK02/16/01, 8:58 AM12WRITINGCopyright

2001 by Alaska Department of Education & Early Development and CTB/McGraw-Hill.Choose the sentence that has all thewords spelled correctly.We hour helping mommake snacks.Are mom makes the best cookies.The cookies take about one hourto make.I hope that you our going to likethe cookies.Choose the sentence that has thecorrect capitalization and punctuation.We went to visit the state capitolbuilding in Juneau, Alaska.point Barrow is the northernmostpoint
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