Third Grade Reading Comprehension Worksheets & Printables

Building reading comprehension skills helps your child summarize, answer questions, and draw conclusions about the material he reads. Our third grade reading comprehension worksheets will help guide your child to better understanding with structured reading exercises, mini-report bookmarks, story maps and more.
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Quotation Marks: Say What? Quotation Marks: Say What? The sentences on this third grade reading and writing worksheet all feature a quote from a speaker, but some of the punctuation is missing!
Context Clues: Word Sleuth Context Clues: Word Sleuth When you reach a word you don't recognize when reading, what do you do?
Yellowstone National Park Facts Yellowstone National Park Facts Read the facts on Yellowstone National Park, the first national park in the U.S., full of awesome animals and gigantic geysers.
Wh Words Wh Words Who, what, where, why, when: These are five very important Wh questions.
Figurative Language Practice Figurative Language Practice Help demystify figurative language for your third grader with this worksheet that challenges him to explain the meaning behind a handful of figurative descriptions.
Rhyme Map Rhyme Map Find out how rhyme scheme works with this simple exercise.
Prefixes: Negative Nancy Prefixes: Negative Nancy That Nancy! She's always so negative!
Chapter Summary Chapter Summary Here's a chapter summary guide where your child can jot down the characters in a chapter, his favorite character and even predict what will happen next.
Beethoven Biography Beethoven Biography Learn about one of the most famous composers (and one of the first musicians to be known by only one name), Ludwig van Beethoven, in this biography that details his life.
Prefixes: Get It Started! Prefixes: Get It Started! If Kyle has on one red sock and one blue sock, are his socks rematched, prematched, or mismatched?
Do you have a young bookworm in your house? Print out a set of graphic organizers for your child! These visual organizers help students focus on story structure and practice reading comprehension.
Graphic Organizer Worksheets for Third Grade Students Do you have a young bookworm in your house?
The Man, the Boy, and the Donkey The Man, the Boy, and the Donkey In this worksheet, your child will read through a classic Aesop fable to find out that a good story has a lot more to offer than a beginning, middle, and end.
The Cat That Walked by Himself The Cat That Walked by Himself Beginning readers will love this short story by Rudyard Kipling, all about how the animals were first domesticated.
How did the Native Americans used to live? Find out with this series of 3rd grade reading comprehension worksheets featuring passages about the different tribes in the United States.
17 Native American Tribes How did the Native Americans used to live? Find out with this series of 3rd grade reading comprehension worksheets featuring passages about the different tribes in the United States.
Context Clues Worksheet: Word Mystery Context Clues Worksheet: Word Mystery When you reach a word you don't recognize when reading, what do you do?
Analogies Worksheet: We're Related! Analogies Worksheet: We're Related! Analogies can be a fun way for kids to build vocabulary skills and analyze relationships between words.
Building reading comprehension skills helps your child summarize, answer questions, and draw conclusions about the material he reads. Our third grade reading comprehension worksheets will help guide your child to better understanding with structured reading exercises, mini-report bookmarks, story maps and more.