Third Grade Writing Stories Worksheets and Printables

Creative writing allows your child an output for their thoughts, feelings, and struggles they face in school and at home. Thinking through external situations is healthy to grow an elementary schooler's problem solving skills, and these worksheets allow your students to do just that by giving them a scene in which to write their own characters and situations. For even more writing fun, check out our fourth grade story writing worksheets.
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Three Wishes Three Wishes What would you wish for if you had the chance?
Florida Skunk Ape Florida Skunk Ape Don't confuse this creature with the West Coast's Bigfoot.
Your Ideal Pet Your Ideal Pet Have you always wanted to own a dragon? Or maybe a peacock?
Funny Story Starter Funny Story Starter Why are a dinosaur and pirate together?! Funny story starters switch on imagination, and it doesn't feel like the great writing practice that it is.
Make Your Own Scary Story Make Your Own Scary Story Is your town famous for being the home of a creepy creature?
Cut and Paste: Sequencing Story Events Cut and Paste: Sequencing Story Events A lot of scary stories seem to follow the same formula when it comes to telling what happened.
Writing Science Fiction Writing Science Fiction Would you rather travel through time or travel through space?
Write an Adventure Story Write an Adventure Story Ahoy, your child can write an adventure story to improve her language and writing skills.
Write About Summer Write About Summer Every kid loves summertime! Keep his writing skills honed and ready for fall with a fun summer writing prompt.
Can you imagine what it's like to be the Easter Bunny? Get your child in the Easter mood with thess fun writing prompts! She'll use her imagination to create her own short stories, practicing her sentence structure and paragraph writing.
Easter Writing Prompts Can you imagine what it's like to be the Easter Bunny?
Creative writing allows your child an output for their thoughts, feelings, and struggles they face in school and at home. Thinking through external situations is healthy to grow an elementary schooler's problem solving skills, and these worksheets allow your students to do just that by giving them a scene in which to write their own characters and situations. For even more writing fun, check out our fourth grade story writing worksheets.