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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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Make a brilliant bouquet for dad on his special day. This Father's Day craft unique flowers that remind dad of his favorite sports team.
Third Grade
Paper & Glue Crafts
Build your child's math skills with this 2nd-3rd grade activity. Similar to a carnival toss, this egg carton toss game is sure to provide hours of fun.
Third Grade
In this fun felt activity, a few circles of felt and a scattering of beads quickly become flowers that your child can use to decorate a barrette!
Third Grade
Fabric Projects
Help your third grader make the Scoop 'N Catch--a great choice for a fun and inexpensive afternoon.
Third Grade
Ball Games
Your third grader will strengthen her hand-eye coordination as she creates and plays her very own take-anywhere pinball game!
Third Grade
Construction & Sculpture
This year, celebrate Father's Day with three hilarious outdoor family games.
Third Grade
Group Games
Your child can make a sweet and savory spinach strawberry salad; two ingredients that come together for a light and fresh summer dish!
Third Grade
Sides
Banish your third grader's rainy day boredom by guiding his play group through a collaborative art project that leads up to the unveiling of a crazy creature!
Third Grade
Painting & Drawing
Getting kids to memorize their times tables can be worse than pulling teeth. Sweeten the deal with this activity that combines math and sugar.
Third Grade
Multiplication
Your third grader will love both recreating and dressing up as his favorite reptile with this frightening crocodile jaw costume!
Third Grade
Construction & Sculpture
Your child will create their very own filigree drawing; twirling, or coiling small strips of lightweight paper around toothpicks and gently gluing them down.
Third Grade
Paper & Glue Crafts
In this painting and drawing project, not only will stars shine in the evening sky over the skyscrapers, they will also create a waterfront reflection.
Third Grade
Painting & Drawing
Work on homophones, words that sound the same, and spelling with this imaginative activity!
Third Grade
Vocabulary
Looking for an enjoyable evening activity you can do with your kids? Study the stars: help them learn about constellations by making one of their own.
Third Grade
Physical Science

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