Third Grade Games Worksheets and Printables

Third grade games worksheets are fun for your eight- or nine-year-old. Third grade students who enjoy the challenge of a good game will like using these third grade games worksheets in their studies. These worksheets help your child learn about holidays, math concepts, geography, and parts of speech through games that encourage practice and exposure. And, learning through play helps your child engage in the subject that is being reviewed. Try these third grade games worksheets with your child, and play with Sudoku, crosswords, and more.
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Pictogram Puzzles
Rebus Puzzles
Summer Olympics Word Search
Going somewhere? Conquer the globe with our fun City Scavenger Hunt series. Featuring 19 U.S. and world destinations, these worksheets prompt families to scavenge the sights, sounds and even smells of a city instead of collecting objects.
Proper Noun Scavenger Hunt
Cave Formations
What is a Landform?
Shape up your kid's geometry skills with this collection of Tangram puzzles. From trees to rockets, your child will hone important shape skills and develop an understanding of fractions.
Noun Search
Tangram Tree
Fall Crossword Puzzle
Coral Reef Puzzle
History of Austin
Stuck inside due to a snowstorm? These activities, games, and worksheets are perfect for a day when you're snowed in. Stay warm, and enjoy learning!
Dots and Boxes Game
Festival of Lights Wordplay
Third grade games worksheets are fun for your eight- or nine-year-old. Third grade students who enjoy the challenge of a good game will like using these third grade games worksheets in their studies. These worksheets help your child learn about holidays, math concepts, geography, and parts of speech through games that encourage practice and exposure. And, learning through play helps your child engage in the subject that is being reviewed. Try these third grade games worksheets with your child, and play with Sudoku, crosswords, and more.

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