Third Grade Activities

Help your third grader enjoy activities learning critical skills by following step-by-step instructions and using easy-to-find materials. Play math card games and explore themes third graders can get excited about. These activities are great for parents and educators to teach multiplication, collaborative writing, and third grade science topics. Try third grade arts and crafts next.

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Skip boring oatmeal and toast for a creative breakfast treat that is sure to delight and charm!
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Your child can make a sweet and savory spinach strawberry salad; two ingredients that come together for a light and fresh summer dish!
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Edible holiday gifts are perfect for the foodie in your life. Learn how to make edible holiday gifts with this activity and tutorial.
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Bake a delicious cherry pie in remembrance of one of country's most famous presidents -- George Washington!
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This pumpkin snowman will keep your porch or backyard festive from Halloween to New Year's Day. Make a pumpkin snowman and combine the best of fall and winter.
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Topped with roasted pumpkin, prosciutto, herbs, and feta, these pita pizzas are a healthy, seasonal alternative to your classic pie.
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Learn the art of symbolism with the colorful African flag that's great for a parade or a decoration.
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If your child is hungry to work on his sewing skills, put together a plate of this felt play food ravioli.
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Most often, a collage is 2-dimensional, but instead of using paper as a base, this project uses an inexpensive pumpkin from the craft store.
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Make these lasting felt hearts and fill them with a sweet smelling combination of rice and spices to keep the Valentine spirit alive all year long.
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Enjoy the season of crunchy leaves and crisp harvest scents with a tall glass of pumpkin juice.
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Wraps are a great alternative to the traditional PB & J and a BLT wrap is something your young chef can even make himself!
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DIY gift tags make any holiday gift more special. Make these DIY gift tags with your child.
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If you're trying to teach your child about waste and its impact on the environment, why not repurpose a plastic milk jug and make your own sandwich container?
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This healthy chicken salad is spiced up with a dash of fragrant curry.
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This decadent bread pudding, dressed up with pumpkin and warm spices, is a holiday show-stopper.
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We're sure your kid already knows that people often wear green on March 17th. This shamrock necklace is the perfect addition to any St. Patrick's Day ensemble.
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Coil your daughter's two favorite colors into a wearable pendant with just a few scraps of felt!
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Help your child craft her first pair of knitting needles out of recycled chopsticks!
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Never lose your glasses again after this fun craft project, making a homemade case for your eyeglasses!

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