3rd Grade Writing Prompts & Composition Worksheets

Kids will get a good balance of free writing and academic lessons in these third grade composition worksheets. They'll build writing skills as they learn about adjectives, personification, and main ideas, then put their knowledge into practice in creative and expository writing prompts.
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Third Person Narrative Third Person Narrative Third person narrative is the most commonly used point of view in writing.
First Person First Person Understanding first person narrative is important for every student to master!
Letter Writing for Kids Letter Writing for Kids Great writing template to help with letter writing for kids.
Past Tense Practice Past Tense Practice This worksheet can't turn back time, but it can help your child form irregular past tense verbs.
Is your child feeling bored during his holiday vacation? Use these creative writing prompts and reading practice worksheets to inspire him.
Creative Writing Prompts: 3rd Grade Winter Edition Is your child feeling bored during his holiday vacation?
Make a Comic Strip Make a Comic Strip Your cartoon-crazed creative kid gets to decide what the cool cartoon characters say.
Buffalo Facts Buffalo Facts Whether you say buffalo or bison, it is still the largest land mammal in North America.
Halloween Sentences Halloween Sentences Before your third grader pulls on his costume, have him practice writing sentences that support a single topic.
Christmas Spiders Christmas Spiders Would you decorate your Christmas tree with spider webs?
California Condor Facts California Condor Facts The California condor has been brought back from the brink of extinction.
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.
Grizzly Bear Facts Grizzly Bear Facts The grizzly bear once roamed across most of North America; now its habitat has shrunk to the northwest.
Earth Day Acrostic Poem Earth Day Acrostic Poem This simple acrostic rubric for Earth Day makes it easy for kids of all abilities to pen a poem about the planet.
Using the Dictionary Using the Dictionary Show your child how to read and use a dictionary with help from this explanatory worksheet.
Create a Haiku Create a Haiku You've never created a haiku like this before!
Create Your Own Superhero! Create Your Own Superhero! Everyone loves rooting for a superhero, and here's a chance for your kid to dream up his very own!
Kids will get a good balance of free writing and academic lessons in these third grade composition worksheets. They'll build writing skills as they learn about adjectives, personification, and main ideas, then put their knowledge into practice in creative and expository writing prompts.