Third Grade Vocabulary Worksheets and Printables

Eight- and nine-year-old students can use these third grade vocabulary worksheets to review lessons about forest animals, the five senses, prefixes, and more. Third graders will have a blast as they learn vocabulary, with word searches, word scrambles, and word play!
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Biome Beth Biome Beth Searching for a worksheet that will help your child practice their reading skills?
In search of a fun way to help your kid build important skills? Word puzzles like these ones are a great way to improve spelling and fine-tune observational abilities.
Word Scrambles and Searches In search of a fun way to help your kid build important skills?
Multiple Meaning Words Multiple Meaning Words With this worksheet, your child will start learning ways to distinguish multiple meaning words.
Grassland Gary Grassland Gary Looking for a fun word puzzle to help your kid's reading skills?
Prefix Mix-up Prefix Mix-up Looking for a worksheet to help with identifying the prefix of a word?
Spelling Test: 'ight' Words Spelling Test: "ight" Words This spelling test focuses on words with "ight", such as flight, fight and right.
Listing Character Traits Listing Character Traits Practice using descriptive language with this adjectives worksheet all about describing a character's traits.
Spring is a wonderful time to read, learn new words, and write. The warm weather and emerging plants really put us in a creative mood that's perfect for ELA practice. Help your child exercise his language arts skills with these spring-themed exercises.
Springtime Reading Spring is a wonderful time to read, learn new words, and write.
Journey across the Atlantic and help your worldly learner get to know a few different European nations by way of these informative word searches.
European Countries Word Searches Journey across the Atlantic and help your worldly learner get to know a few different European nations by way of these informative word searches.
Tired of coloring by number? How about coloring by the number of syllables in a word? Help your kid get comfortable with the concept of syllables with these worksheets.
Syllable Practice: Color by Syllables Tired of coloring by number? How about coloring by the number of syllables in a word?
What's creepy, terrifying, spooky, monstrous and frightfully fantastic? Halloween adjectives! Expand your little pumpkin's vocabulary with these wicked worksheets, full of descriptive words that are perfect for October 31st.
Halloween Adjectives: 10 Wicked Worksheets What's creepy, terrifying, spooky, monstrous and frightfully fantastic?
Help your child get a grip on grammar and create some seriously silly stories with these fill-in-the-blank worksheets.
Fill in the Blanks Story! Help your child get a grip on grammar and create some seriously silly stories with these fill-in-the-blank worksheets.
Adjectives for People Adjectives for People Learn just a few adjectives for people with this worksheet that matches words to characters and works on vocabulary development,
Eight- and nine-year-old students can use these third grade vocabulary worksheets to review lessons about forest animals, the five senses, prefixes, and more. Third graders will have a blast as they learn vocabulary, with word searches, word scrambles, and word play!