Does your child know when to use the word "sealing" versus "ceiling?" Help your little scholar differentiate between two homophones in this worksheet.
Help your young time traveler distinguish between the past, present, and future with this reading comprehension worksheet.
The sentences on this third grade reading and writing worksheet are pretty boring. Kids liven up the sentences by adding descriptive adjectives to the nouns.
Hunting for a worksheet that can help your kid with punctuation? This printable is great for young writers looking for practice with commas.
Searching for a worksheet to help your child with their vocabulary? This printable will help him get a handle on "homophones," or words that sound the same.
Searching for a worksheet to help with your kid's reading skills? This printable uses a classic Aesop Fable.
Looking for a worksheet to help you child work with antonyms? This printable is perfect for those who need help with their vocabulary.
Travel to the past, present, and future with your child with this comprehension worksheet. Kids will learn about the past, present, and future tenses.
Test your Seuss know-how with this fun matching game: which Seuss character on the left matches the description on the right?
On this third grade reading and writing worksheet, kids complete each sentence by writing in the missing quotation marks.
Help your third grader wrap her head around prefixes with this worksheet that asks her to attach the right prefix to a set of root words.
Hunting for a worksheet to help your child improve his vocabulary? This printable uses context clues to teach new words.
Kids completing this third grade reading and writing worksheet learn the meaning of three prefixes. Then they choose the right prefix to complete each sentence.
Looking for a worksheet that practices reading comprehension? This printable is great for kids that need help with their reading skills.
This third grade reading worksheet offers practice using context clues to determine the meaning of an unfamiliar word in a sentence.
There, their, and they're: They're tricky to many people! This worksheet explains the difference. Then, kids choose the right word to complete each sentence.
Challenge your child to to identify compound words, contractions, and abbreviations in a short story.
This subject and predicate worksheet challenges kids to find the subjects and predicates in text. Use this subject and predicate worksheet with your child.
Put a holiday spin on grammar practice with this worksheet. Your child will get to read some fun facts about Thanksgiving as he reviews his parts of speech.
This analogies worksheet helps children compare two unlike things. Try our analogies worksheet with your third grader to strengthen reading and writing skills.
Context clues worksheets help your child read between the lines. Try this context clues worksheet with your young reader to help him infer based on text.
If someone looses their glasses, are they as blind as a bee or a bat? This fill-in-the-blank worksheet introduces your child to popular similes.
This well-rounded quiz covers a range of vocabulary topics, from alphabetical order and root words to synonyms and antonyms.
Kids completing this third grade reading and writing worksheet add one of four prefixes to words to finish sentences about Negative Nancy.
Looking for a worksheet to help your young speller? This printable will help them learn how to spell words with the letters i and e in them.
Try this synonyms worksheet with your third grader. This synonyms worksheet gets your child to find words with the same meanings.
Diagramming sentences is an important skill for beginning writers, and a great way to review parts of speech. Diagram a passage from Wizard of Oz for practice!
What does "when pigs fly" mean if pigs can't really fly? Kids use context clues to learn the meanings of common idioms on this third grade reading worksheet.
Get your third grader in the habit of reading closely with this multi-page story featuring questions on the main character, sequencing, and recalling details.
The sentences on this third grade writing worksheet are pretty boring. Kids liven up the sentences by adding descriptive adjectives to the fairy tale nouns.
This fact and opinion worksheet guides your child to learning the difference between facts and opinions. Try this fact and opinion worksheet with your student.
This cause and effect worksheet opens your child up to improved critical thinking abilities. Use this cause and effect worksheet to focus on story structure.
On this third grade reading and writing worksheet, kids change present-tense verbs to irregular past-tense verbs, then use the words in a crossword puzzle.
On this third grade reading and writing worksheet, kids change present-tense verbs to irregular past-tense verbs, then find the verbs in a word search.
In this third grade reading worksheet, kids complete sentences with the correct homophones, or words that sound alike but have different meanings and spellings.
In this reading lesson, you'll discover how events flow in sequence to create a story about someone's problem and how it gets solved!
In this reading lesson, you'll learn about characters in a story, and when and where the events take place that are very important.
Get character and setting reading help and reviews then put what you learn into practice with practice problems. Use Education.com to study reading.
In this reading lesson, you'll learn about cause and effect and because things happen in sequence, you can sometimes predict what will happen next.
Get reading cause and effect help and reviews then put what you learn into practice with practice problems. Use Education.com to study reading comprehension.
In this reading lesson, you'll take a look at the way authors use special features and graphics to give you information visually.
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Get reading genre help and reviews then put what you learn into practice with practice problems. Use Education.com to study reading.
In this reading lesson, you'll discover how to evaluate an author's reason for writing something. The exercises will help you understand the author's purpose.