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Third Grade activities to help show your child the fun side of learning. From easy Third Grade activities to more advanced, we've got you covered.

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Help your third grader craft a homemade version of this classic strategy game, using just an old egg carton and a few beads!
Third Grade
Games
This fun writing activity takes a regular task - writing a story - and transforms it into a collaborative writing experience for hilarious results!
Third Grade
Composition
Make a Duct Tape Wallet: This activity provides kids great practice in following directions and makes for a fun homemade gift.
Third Grade
Construction & Sculpture
This year on Mother's Day, try this gift project that brings together an appreciation for gardening with a hands-on lesson in art history.
Third Grade
Painting & Drawing
Try the classic balloon-on-the-wall trick with your kid and watch static electricity in action.
Third Grade
Physical Science
Who knew that you could make beads out of rose petals? Not only can it be done, but the beads smell wonderful!
Third Grade
Beads & Jewelry
This little chick is so cute that your child will want to make a whole flock to call her own.
Third Grade
Paper & Glue Crafts
Meet Medusa, a terrifying, spine-tingling monster -- and the inspiration for your child's latest colorful art project!
Third Grade
Painting & Drawing
Ride the Pilgrims' Mayflower with this math-inspired game for Thanksgiving. Learn about the Pilgrims' Mayflower while building problem-solving and math skills.
Third Grade
Addition
Crystals are a very special structure. In this third grade activity, your child will learn how to grow salt crystals.
Third Grade
Earth & Space Science
Engage your third-grader in this version of the classic game and she will get lots of practice using mental math to solve addition and subtraction problems.
Third Grade
Addition
Teach your child Morse code, and a little bit of history that she'll pick up in a flash!
Third Grade
US History
As far as ideas for heliocentric activities go, this collection features all and sundry. Your kid will be inspired to make crafty creations, brew delicious sun tea, and even try out some outdoor games and experiments that will round out any sunny afternoon plan just perfectly. When you're through, your kid might even lament: Please don't take my sunshine away! Even though the sun is millions of miles away, it sure has an incredible impact.
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