Third Grade Worksheets and Printables

Our third grade worksheets help your students learn key third grade skills with fun exercises and beautiful illustrations. If your students need math practice, try our multiplication, decimals, money or division exercises. In reading and writing, we cover important topics such as irregular verbs and descriptive adjectives. To try some material in the next level, check out our fourth grade worksheets.
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Constellations: Taurus Constellations: Taurus Did you know that before they were zodiac signs, characters like Taurus the bull were all constellations!
The Big Dipper Constellation The Big Dipper Constellation Quite possibly the most famous constellation, the Big Dipper is a small part of Ursa Major, the big bear constellation.
Constellations: Virgo Constellations: Virgo If you were born in August or September, you may be familiar with Virgo, the zodiac sign.
Constellations: Scorpio Constellations: Scorpio Scorpio, the scorpion, is one of the zodiac signs but you can also find him up in the stars at night!
The Campaign Trail The Campaign Trail This critical thinking worksheet, part of our upcoming A Day in the Life of the President workbook, challenges kids to plain their own campaign tour!
State Shapes: Midwest State Shapes: Midwest Can you label the states in the USA's Midwest region?
State Shapes: South State Shapes: South Label states in the southern states of the USA, from Texas to Tennessee.
State Shapes: Southwest State Shapes: Southwest Label states in Southwest U.S., and help you child learn the U.S.
State Shapes: Northwest State Shapes: Northwest Label states in the Northwest U.S. all the way over to some Great Plain states.
State Shapes: East Coast State Shapes: East Coast Learn to label the states all across America by taking the map one chunk at a time.
Constellations: Leo Constellations: Leo Back in ancient times, the stars were used as storytelling tools.
Constellations: Cancer Constellations: Cancer Learn a little about the constellation called Cancer the crab with this constellations worksheet.
State Shapes: Southeast State Shapes: Southeast Label a group of states without the benefit from having the context of the entire US map.
State Shapes: New England State Shapes: New England Label each state using the state names in the word bank.
What Are Time Zones? What Are Time Zones? Help your child learn how time zones work while getting a bit of math practice.
Spanish 'Round-up' Spanish 'Round-up' Keep your Spanish language vocabulary sharp by labeling round objects.
Our third grade worksheets help your students learn key third grade skills with fun exercises and beautiful illustrations. If your students need math practice, try our multiplication, decimals, money or division exercises. In reading and writing, we cover important topics such as irregular verbs and descriptive adjectives. To try some material in the next level, check out our fourth grade worksheets.

Teaching with Third Grade Worksheets

In third grade, students will be asked to work more independently as they piece together the skills they have learned to complete more complex tasks. The worksheets above target key skills, such as multiplication, and will help kids practice on their own. Here is a run-down of some of the key skills covered in third grade:

  • Language Arts: This year, kids will be introduced to more literary genres. They will also be given more tools for organizing their thoughts about what they have read. Third grade writers will create personal narratives, stories and reports on famous people or interesting animals.
  • Math: Knowing the times tables is one of the most important math skills third graders will master this year. This will be crucial for helping them to build the math fluency for more complex math in the upper elementary grades. Kids will also continue their exploration of division, fractions, and decimal numbers.
  • Science: During this year, third graders study more complex scientific subjects, such as the food chain and states of matter. They will also take a closer look at the globe, as they learn to identify land masses and bodies of water.
  • Social Studies: Third graders are beginning to understand the ways in which people can interact with their environment. They will learn about modes of transportation and the ways that people communicate around the world and in their community.