Subjects & Predicates

Subjects & Predicates

A good, complete sentence is made up of two parts. Support your child in becoming a skilled writer by teaching about subjects and predicates. For practice, give your child a sentence and ask them to identify the subject (the person or thing that is doing an action) and predicate (the thing being done). Challenge your child to fix fragments and run-on sentences in their own writing by using this new knowledge.
There is an art to writing quality, complete sentences. Give your students the proper tools to be great writers by teaching them about subjects and predicates. They will be equipped to write exceptional sentences and to better revise their writing when there is a fragment or run-on sentence that needs to be fixed.
Subject and Predicate Worksheet
Subject and Predicate Worksheet
Worksheet
Subject and Predicate Worksheet
This subject and predicate worksheet challenges kids to find the subjects and predicates in text. Use this subject and predicate worksheet with your child.
3rd grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Subject and Predicate: Mix and Match
Subject and Predicate: Mix and Match
Worksheet
Subject and Predicate: Mix and Match
On this third grade reading and writing worksheet, kids choose an adjective and a noun to form a subject, then put it with a predicate to make a sentence.
3rd grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Subject and Predicate Practice
Subject and Predicate Practice
Worksheet
Subject and Predicate Practice
This printable grammar worksheet offers 10 sentences for students to identify the subject and predicate.
3rd grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Complete Subject and Complete Predicate
Complete Subject and Complete Predicate
Worksheet
Complete Subject and Complete Predicate
Get your third grader on board with the parts of a sentence with this worksheet that helps her practice identifying the subject and predicate of a sentence.
3rd grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Great Grammar: Compound Predicate
Great Grammar: Compound Predicate
Worksheet
Great Grammar: Compound Predicate
Learning about compound predicates is easy with this straightforward grammar sheet.
3rd grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Complete Sentences vs. Fragments 1
Complete Sentences vs. Fragments 1
Exercise
Complete Sentences vs. Fragments 1
Help your third grader identify whether or not a sentence is complete with these exercises that give your student helpful hints when they get stuck!
3rd grade
Reading & Writing
Exercise

The Multiplication & Division Connection

The Multiplication & Division Connection

Your child may be intimidated by division, but it's not as scary as it seems. Help your child see the relationship between division and multiplication. Practice with fact families, and discuss that there are multiplication problems that can make basic division problems easier. Continue to practice fact fluency because mathematicians still needs to be quick on their feet with those facts.
The concept of division can be intimidating for some students, but helping them to understand that it is directly connected to multiplication should ease their minds. Teach your students to use the inverse operation if they are struggling with basic division. For example, 8 divided by 4 can be related to a multiplication problem: 4 times what number equals 8. If your students are fluent with multiplication facts, this should translate as they become more comfortable with the concept of division.
Inverse Equations: Multiplication
Inverse Equations: Multiplication
Worksheet
Inverse Equations: Multiplication
Did you know some math equations are related? Your student can review her times tables while learning about inverse relationships.
3rd grade
Math
Worksheet
Inverse Equations: Division
Inverse Equations: Division
Worksheet
Inverse Equations: Division
Guide your third grader in learning the inverse relationship between division and multiplication with a few practice problems.
3rd grade
Math
Worksheet
Division: Finding the Quotient!
Division: Finding the Quotient!
Worksheet
Division: Finding the Quotient!
This third grade math worksheet explains division and lets kids try their hand at a few division problems. It also defines division vocabulary words.
3rd grade
Math
Worksheet
Multiplication & Division: Picnicking Signs
Multiplication & Division: Picnicking Signs
Worksheet
Multiplication & Division: Picnicking Signs
Kids complete each equation on this third grade math worksheet by determining whether an equation is multiplication or division and writing in the correct sign.
3rd grade
Math
Worksheet
Do You Know Your Math Facts?
Do You Know Your Math Facts?
Lesson plan
Do You Know Your Math Facts?
In this lesson, your students will create their own math facts and practice them! They will understand that multiplication and division are opposites.
3rd grade
Math
Lesson plan
Multiplication and Division Fact Families
Multiplication and Division Fact Families
Lesson plan
Multiplication and Division Fact Families
Support your students' math fluency by teaching them about the relationship between multiplication and division through fact families. This lesson can stand alone or be used as a pre-lesson for the *Do You Know Your Math Facts?* lesson.
3rd grade
Math
Lesson plan
Multiply by 2 Matching
Multiply by 2 Matching
Game
Multiply by 2 Matching
Skip-count or use repeated addition to find out the answers to this 2's fact family matching multiplication game!
3rd grade
Math
Game

Vocabulary

Vocabulary

Your child is constantly coming across new words while reading, and with that comes a chance to build a strong vocabulary! Help to make these new words part of your child's vocabulary by keeping a notebook or a personal dictionary together. Have your young reader record, define, and use the words in original sentences. With this practice, your child will lay a solid groundwork for their vocabulary.
With each new piece of text, your students have the opportunity to learn new words! This is a powerful learning opportunitiy, so be sure to give them the tools to learn the words, their meanings, and how to use them correctly. It's important to provide word gathering strategies for your young readers. Consider using graphic organizers and notebooks to support your students as they grow strong vocabularies.
Vocabulary Log
Vocabulary Log
Worksheet
Vocabulary Log
As your beginning reader build her vocabulary, she may come across words she doesn't know. This worksheet will help her keep a log of new words.
3rd grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Double Meaning Words
Double Meaning Words
Worksheet
Double Meaning Words
Here's a helpful lesson on homographs! Students can learn about words that are spelled the same, but have different meanings.
3rd grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Sensory Words
Sensory Words
Worksheet
Sensory Words
Introduce your third grade writer to sensory words with this worksheet that asks him to sort each adjective under the correct sense.
3rd grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
3rd Grade Vocabulary Crossword
3rd Grade Vocabulary Crossword
Worksheet
3rd Grade Vocabulary Crossword
Challenge your child's vocabulary and spelling with a fun crossword puzzle full of 3rd grade terms.
3rd grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Graphic Organizer Template: Vocabulary Victories
Graphic Organizer Template: Vocabulary Victories
Worksheet
Graphic Organizer Template: Vocabulary Victories
Use this graphic organizer to record information about vocabulary words.
3rd grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Get Clued In to Context Clues
Get Clued In to Context Clues
Lesson plan
Get Clued In to Context Clues
Context clues are a powerful tool for all readers! Use this lesson to teach your students how to utilize context clues to determine the meanings of unknown words.
3rd grade
Reading & Writing
Lesson plan
Synonyms Give Clues
Synonyms Give Clues
Lesson plan
Synonyms Give Clues
Build your students' knowledge of synonyms to support their vocabulary development. This lesson can stand alone or be a pre-lesson for the *Get Clued in to Context Clues* lesson.
3rd grade
Reading & Writing
Lesson plan

Guided Informative Writing

Guided Informative Writing

Help your child bloom into an informational writer! Following the simple structure of an informational paragraph or essay will make this task manageable for your child. Use graphic organizers to demonstrate how the key components work together to form a strong piece of writing.
Empower your young writers by teaching them about the structure of an informative essay. Support your students as they get a handle on the structure by providing them with graphic organizers and activities that target an isolated part of the informative essay. From beginning with a hook to catch the reader's attention to ending with a solid conclusion statement that leaves the reader thinking, the key components work together. The structure of an informative text remains the same, no matter the length.
Catch Your Reader's Attention
Catch Your Reader's Attention
Worksheet
Catch Your Reader's Attention
Give your students practice in catching the reader's attention by using a strong hook in their writing!
3rd grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Informational Writing Graphic Organizer
Informational Writing Graphic Organizer
Worksheet
Informational Writing Graphic Organizer
Use this resource to help your students get organized. The labeled sections will guide them to follow the proper informative essay structure.
3rd grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Hooks in Informational Writing
Hooks in Informational Writing
Worksheet
Hooks in Informational Writing
Use this resource with your students to practice writing a variety of hooks.
3rd grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Write an Informative Paragraph
Write an Informative Paragraph
Worksheet
Write an Informative Paragraph
This resource will help your third graders organize their ideas into a cohesive, informative paragraph.
3rd grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Color Code the Paragraph
Color Code the Paragraph
Worksheet
Color Code the Paragraph
In this exercise your students will color code the key components of an example informative paragraph.
3rd grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
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