Third-grade - Ela concepts

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  • New Year's Resolutions

    New Year's resolutions are a fun way to transition into a new year. Make some New Year's resolutions with your child using this template.

  • Writing Dialogue

    This worksheet is a fun-filled way to write dialogue about a familiar party staple: balloons. Your 3rd grader creates the conversations between family members.

  • Paragraph Writing Worksheet

    This paragraph writing worksheet gets your child back to the basics of writing. In this paragraph writing worksheet, kids will write using a graphic organizer.

  • Writing a Paragraph

    Use these paragraph topic prompts to help your child practice writing a paragraph.

  • Narrative Poetry

    Help your child learn to navigate narrative poetry, then write his own poem, in this super-fun narrative poetry worksheet.

  • Finding the Main Idea

    Practice using supporting details that complement the main idea with this practice page.

  • Persuasive Writing for Kids

    Challenge your writer's critical thinking skills by asking him to pen a persuasive narrative in favor of or against an issue.

  • Letter Writing for Kids

    Using this great template to help with letter writing for kids, encourage your child to flex his imagination as he writes a letter to a friend.

  • Fact & Opinion Worksheet

    This fact and opinion worksheet guides your child to learning the difference between facts and opinions. Try this fact and opinion worksheet with your student.

  • Topic Sentence

    Learn more about to topic sentence and the important job it has to do in this worksheet.

  • Witch Writing

    This spooky writing activity will introduce your kid to list-writing: a great way to practice sentences and sequential events.

  • Writing Workout: Supporting the Main Idea

    Help your third grader stretch his writing muscles by selecting sentences that support a main idea, then penning a few of his own.

  • Write a Limerick

    If your child likes to rhyme, have him try this fun style by using the format of poet Edward Lear.

  • Sentence Writing Prompts

    Practice sentence writing with these prompts, perfect for struggling writers.

  • All About Mom

    Exercise your beginning writer's creativity and sentence-building skills with this fun family project, all about mom!

  • Writing an Opinion

    Challenge your outspoken third grader to put his opinions down on paper, and practice writing persuasive text while he's at it.

  • Personal Narrative Writing

    Personal narrative writing is all about you! Get kids thinking and writing about their personal experiences and how they felt about them.

  • Spend or Save?

    Kids practice persuasive writing with this money-themed worksheet.

  • Beginning, Middle, End

    This three-part series of writing prompts will reinforce story structure and creativity in your child's writing.

  • Persuasive Paragraph

    Give your writing some structure with this persuasive paragraph worksheet.

  • Descriptive Writing Prompts

    Give your novice writer a fun way to practice sentence writing with these sentence starter prompts.

  • Calaveras Literarias

    Put a silly spin on a sad holiday by tickling your funny bone with some calaveras literarias.

  • Funny Writing Prompt

    What if you showed up to class and the whole school was deserted? Kids will have fun stretching their writing muscles with this April Fools prompt.

  • Cinquain Poems

    Not all poetry is about rhyming and rhythm! Have some fun writing cinquain poems with your child, short poems based on parts of speech.