Help kids get familiar with the process of writing a thank you note, so they'll never complain about writer's block again.
Give your third grader extra comma practice with this worksheet that asks her to combine two sentences into one using a comma.
Help your third grader stretch his writing muscles by selecting sentences that support a main idea, then penning a few of his own.
Challenge your outspoken third grader to put his opinions down on paper, and practice writing persuasive text while he's at it.
Is your child having trouble telling the difference between common and proper nouns? Here's a worksheet that's sure to help.
Kids use the U.S. map on this third grade geography and social studies worksheet to find and identify the postal abbreviation for each of the 50 states.
This grammar worksheet is a great review of the difference between singular and plural nouns.
Help your third grader hone her punctuation skills with this worksheet that explains how to use commas in dates and addresses.
Superlative adjectives and comparative adjectives are adjectives that compare. your child can conquer all three with this grammar worksheet!
Use this irregular verbs worksheet to give your child some irregular verbs exercises that will help develop her grammar skills and improve her writing.
Help clear up the pronoun confusion by having your third grader practice replacing sentence subjects with the pronouns that go with them.
Young writers get a chance to practice finding just the right adjective to place in each sentence.
Check out this worksheet to help your third grader practice subject verb agreement.
Learning plural nouns is a challenge! If your child is having trouble remembering the plural forms of different nouns, this worksheet is key.
Let your third grader test her spelling skills by filling in the blanks to complete the words given. Then have her place them in alphabetical order.
This worksheet will give your child the practice he needs to identify sentence fragments and rewrite them as complete sentences.
Possessive nouns worksheets give kids lots of grammar practice. This possessive nouns worksheet will teach your child how to make a singular possessive noun.
Get your third grader on board with the parts of a sentence with this worksheet that helps her practice identifying the subject and predicate of a sentence.
Boost grammar knowledge with this great worksheet that's all about possessive pronouns.
Boost your third grader's pronoun savvy with an exercise in replacing objects with their pronouns.
Learning about compound predicates is easy with this straightforward grammar sheet.
Help your budding writer learn to "show, not tell" with this creative writing exercise.
Help your third grader tackle apostrophes with this worksheet that challenges him to add apostrophes to contractions where needed.
Kids learn how to cite different kinds of titles by adding underlining them or adding quotation marks.
Help your little writer flex his proofreading skills by challenging him to correct all the spelling and punctuation errors in two short passages.
Using commas correctly is a tricky skill to learn. Give your child the extra practice she needs with this punctuation worksheet.
This worksheet helps kids get spelling practice by identifying misspelled words and correcting them.
Sharpen your student's eye for proofreading with this quick spelling quiz. He needs to find the misspelled words in each bunch.
Women's hats or womens' hats. This apostrophe worksheet shows where to put those tricky possessive apostrophes in nouns.
Challenge your third grader to put all 50 states in alphabetical order, and brush up on U.S. geography while he's at it!
Third graders get to play teacher as they correct Bobby's and Janet's spelling tests, and test their own spelling savvy as they go.
This paragraph writing worksheet gets your child back to the basics of writing. In this paragraph writing worksheet, kids will write using a graphic organizer.
Looking for a worksheet to help your kid with his persuasive writing? This printable will help him with his writing skills.
Kids completing this worksheet practice writing a persuasive paragraph, including a topic sentence, supporting details, and a conclusion.
Kids practice writing their first and last names in cursive on this third grade writing worksheet.
What is a Common Noun? A common noun is a person, place, thing, or idea. Teach your child all about common nouns with this great grammar worksheet.
Help your third grader learn how to use quotation marks with this worksheet that asks him to place quotes where they're needed.
From plural nouns to pronouns to proper nouns, this review sheet covers different topics that your child might need to review.
How do you write a possessive noun when you're working with a noun that's already plural? This worksheet covers the basics.
Kids will get a crash course on syllables with this worksheet. Your child will divide words into sections by finding the consonants.
How much does your child know about pronouns? Find out by giving her this short pronoun quiz.
"The book of the teacher" sounds so clumsy compared to "the teacher's book." This third grade writing worksheet shows kids how to make possessive nouns.
Searching for a worksheet to help your kid with punctuation? This printable will help her decide how to end sentences using the proper punctuation.
Practice verb pluralization with your child on this multiple choice grammar worksheet.
Help your nature lover boost his spelling skills with this nature-themed practice test.
Your child will get great handwriting practice as he rewrites the paragraphs on this page, adding in proper punctuation and capitalization when needed.
An adjective is a word that describes a noun. Teach your child to identify them with this adjective practice worksheet.
Help your third grader review and master when to use an apostrophe s in possessives with this printable worksheet.
As quiet as a mouse or as quiet as a cucumber? Kids will learn the definition of a simile, then use pictures as clues to complete the similes.
Demonstrative adjectives include the words this, that, these, and those. Teach your child all about them on this straightforward worksheet.
This multiple-choice sentence practice sheet gives kids a chance to show off their grammar knowledge by identifying different types of sentences.
Here's a page that gives kids a great review of linking verbs.
Looking for a worksheet to help your kid with irregular past-tense verbs? This printable practices verb conjugation skills.
Help your child understand prepositions and prepositional phrases. When these phrases are used as adjectives, they answer the question "which one".
A lucky lizard loved the lazy ladybug? Your third grader will love learning all about alliteration with this fun fill-in-the-blank worksheet.
Happy horses and homely hyenas star in this story about the letter H! Your third grader will laugh as she learns all about alliteration.
Learn some new words and facts about precious minerals with this word-scramble and matching worksheet.
Can a cow be crabby, cute and clever? It can in this story! With this colorful worksheet your third grader will practice her writing skills using alliteration.
To hyphenate or not to hyphenate... that is the question! Learn when to use a hyphen to join adjective phrases with this no-nonsense worksheet.
Snail stories sound so silly! Your child will learn about alliteration by filling in the blanks with adjectives and nouns that start with S.
Folktales are a great way to get your child into reading, and to help them consider moral values as well!
Grammar gurus, teach your child about an important part of speech with a fun crossword puzzle! Possessive pronouns show who or what something belongs to.
This third grade writing worksheet covers the "i" before "e" rule to give kids a tool to use when trying to spell tricky words.
Searching for a worksheet that will help your child practice their reading skills? This printable uses life science as a background to help young readers.
Introduce your third grade writer to sensory words with this worksheet that asks him to sort each adjective under the correct sense.
Homophones are two or more words that sound the same but have different meanings. Help your kid use homophones like "air" and "heir" correctly in our worksheet.
On this third grade reading worksheet, kids write sentences for homographs, which are words that are spelled the same but have different meanings.
Does your child know when to use the word "sealing" versus "ceiling?" Help your little scholar differentiate between two homophones in this worksheet.
This analogies worksheet helps children compare two unlike things. Try our analogies worksheet with your third grader to strengthen reading and writing skills.
On this third grade reading and writing worksheet, kids choose an adjective and a noun to form a subject, then put it with a predicate to make a sentence.
Show your child how to read and use a dictionary with help from this explanatory worksheet.
Looking for a worksheet that will help your child with verb tenses? This printable is great for working with past, present, and future tenses.
This multiple meaning words worksheet uses context clues to help kids make sense of homonyms, or words with multiple meanings.
On this third grade reading and writing worksheet, kids complete each sentence by writing in the missing quotation marks.
To find the answer to each clue on this third grade reading and writing worksheet, kids change one letter in the word that was the answer to the previous clue.
Give your kid help with his science skills with this worksheet, which practices natural disaster vocabulary.
Help demystify figurative language for your third grader with this worksheet that challenges him to explain what the figurative descriptions in bold mean.
On this third grade reading and writing worksheet, kids learn about common and proper nouns, then write a proper noun to go with each common noun.
Travel to the past, present, and future with your child with this comprehension worksheet. Kids will learn about the past, present, and future tenses.
This common and proper nouns worksheet guides kids to improve their writing skills. Try a common and proper nouns worksheet with your kid.
Help your third grader learn how to use sensory words to describe something with this great vocab-building worksheet.
Looking for a worksheet that practices reading comprehension? This printable is great for kids that need help with their reading skills.
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.
Hunting for a worksheet to help your child improve his vocabulary? This printable uses context clues to teach new words.
This subject and predicate worksheet challenges kids to find the subjects and predicates in text. Use this subject and predicate worksheet with your child.
Test your third grader's vocabulary with this nifty practice test that quizzes her on word definitions
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.
This homograph worksheets gets your kid to learn about words that are spelled the same but have different meanings. Try our homograph worksheet with your child.
This worksheet helps young writers see the difference sensory words can make by asking them to compare sentences with sensory words and without.
Hunting for a worksheet that can help your kid with punctuation? This printable is great for young writers looking for practice with commas.
This well-rounded quiz covers a range of vocabulary topics, from alphabetical order and root words to synonyms and antonyms.
Story sequencing will allow third graders to improve their reading comprehension by putting the sequence of events in the correct order.
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.
Help your young time traveler distinguish between the past, present, and future with this reading comprehension worksheet.
This printable will challenge your child's understanding of "homographs", or words that looks the same as another words, but means something different.
Challenge your child to to identify compound words, contractions, and abbreviations in a short story.
Give your child a fun way to practice parts of speech with an incredibly interesting worksheet! This one is all about adjectives that start with "I".
With this intro-to-adjectives worksheet, your child will match each food to all the words that describes it best
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!
Ooh, onomatopoeia! This is a word that mimics a sound: like the "slurp" of spaghetti, a dog's "woof", or comic book sounds like "crash", "bam" and "bang".
Your child will pleased as punch to learn about alliteration with this fun worksheet.
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.
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.
This drawing conclusions worksheet gets your child to strengthen his reading comprehension. Try this drawing conclusions worksheet with your third grader.
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.
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.
Help your third grader practice following directions on how to build a tornado in a bottle, and build his reading comprehension skills in the process.
How do you feel when you're with your friends and family? Answer this question and more about feelings by filling in the blanks to complete the sentences.
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.
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.