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Third-Grade Language Arts Worksheets

Third-Grade Reading Skills

Reads fiction, non-fiction, poetry, and fables.

Is able to discuss the main idea of a story and form an opinion about the story and characters.

Begins to understand metaphors and analogies.

Uses context clues to learn new vocabulary.

Compares and contrasts information from texts.

Children develop these skills at different times. You can find worksheets on this page to encourage each stage of development!

Third-Grade Language Arts Worksheets

This page includes third-grade worksheets related to reading, vocabulary, and alphabetizing. These worksheets are great for classroom or home use, and you may print as many as you like.

Third grade is a transition period from basic skills to skill mastery. Students are reading a wide range of materials and are forming opinions, comparing characters, and presenting summaries of what they have read. Providing a variety of age-appropriate reading materials is a must for this age.

Reading aloud to your child is still important and they may enjoy books such as The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, The House with a Clock in Its Walls, and Charlotte's Web.

Third graders' vocabularies grow very quickly, so encourage your child to use a dictionary to look up unknown words encountered in the books he or she is reading.

These third-grade worksheets are intended to enhance your child's skills and introduce new concepts in a fun, stress-free manner.

Third-Grade Reading Worksheets

Using a Table of Contents Worksheet. Item 4131

Where in the Book? - Students will answer questions by referring to the table of contents of the book in this worksheet.

Sonoran Desert Activity - Students will read a friendly letter about the Sonoran Desert then complete an illustration using information they learned from the letter.

My Name is Albert - Read a story and answer the questions on this reading comprehension worksheet.

Third-Grade Alphabetizing Worksheets

Alphabetizing Dolch Words. Item 3473

Alphabetize Third Grade Dolch Words - Four worksheets for practicing alphabetizing third grade Dolch words.

Alphabetical Order - Surely your second or third grade student will have fun when they alphabetize the words by placing a number 1, 2, or 3 in front of each word!

Alphabet Antics - Students will test their knowledge of letter order, alphabetize words, and solve a secret code.

Third-Grade Vocabulary and Word Usage Worksheets

Vocabulary Practice Worksheet. Item 3649

Vocabulary Practice - This vocabulary worksheet has the feel of a standardized test and requires your students to fill in a bubble next to each word that can be used in two sentences.

Vocabulary - Write a word from the word box next to each definition.

Words With Two Meanings: Worksheet 3 - Write a sentence for two meanings of the words watch, plant, stamp, yard, crow, hard, stand, and leaves.

Homophones: Worksheet 3 - Read each sentence and circle the homophones.

Similar Words - Students will build their vocabulary when they complete each sentence using a similar word or synonym.

Synonyms - Students will identify synonyms in a sentence, then write their own synonym.

Synonyms: Worksheet 2 - Draw a line to match the synonyms in each heart.

Antonym Worksheet - Write an antonym from the word box to replace the bold word in each sentence.

Antonym Puzzle - Students will select antonyms to complete the crossword puzzle and write an antonym for ten different words.

Fifteen third-grade language art worksheets.
All worksheets created by T. Smith.
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