Third-grade - Ela concepts

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  • Writing a Thank You Letter

    Help kids get familiar with the process of writing a thank you note, so they'll never complain about writer's block again.

  • Super Hero Supporting Details

    Super powers and saving the world will make any child want to write! Your third grader will learn about adding supporting details to his main idea.

  • Opinion Paragraphs

    Let your voice be heard! Prepare students for essay writing with these fun prompts that encourage them to express their opinions.

  • Summer Writing

    Summer is a time for fun adventures! Give your child a fun way to keep his writing skills honed during vacation time.

  • Write a Haiku

    Take a stab at haiku poetry with this free-form haiku writing worksheet. All you need is imagination and a pen!

  • Silverback Gorilla Facts

    The silverback gorilla is a special animal. This magnificent male is part of an endangered species. Complete this sheet to learn all about this gentle giant.

  • Magical Writing

    Ready to add some magic to the standard creative writing process?

  • Steps to Writing a Research Paper

    Visualize the steps to writing a research paper with this essential guide!

  • Realistic Writing

    Give your students practice bringing their stories to life as they write realistic fiction!

  • First Person

    Understanding first person narrative is important for every student to master! Grasp the concept of first person with the help of this worksheet.

  • Writing for an Audience

    Get to know your readers with this practice prompt, to help kids learn the importance of writing for an audience.

  • All About My Dad

    Here's a great way for beginning writers to practice forming sentences and using descriptive language as they show special appreciation for Dad!

  • Third Person Narrative

    Third person narrative is the most commonly used point of view in writing. Introduce your child to the concept of third person narrative with this worksheet.

  • What is the Main Idea

    Help your student practice story organization with this exercise, where she'll identify the supporting details that properly support the main idea.

  • Diamante Poems

    Got a budding poet under your wing? Help her practice parts of speech by writing a diamante poem, or a diamond poem.

  • Grizzly Bear Facts

    The grizzly bear once roamed across most of North America; now its habitat has shrunk to the northwest. Discover more about the grizzly with this worksheet.

  • Letter to the Editor

    Help your little journalist use her voice and write a letter to the editor of a local newspaper. She'll get writing practice and learn about her community.

  • Skiing on the Moon

    Imagine if there were a ski resort on the moon! Use those creative writing skills to make up a story that goes with this silly picture.

  • Supporting Details

    What do you want to be when you grow up? This cute worksheet will help them learn about supporting the main idea with supporting details with their writing.

  • Christmas Tree Writing Prompt

    What would your perfect Christmas tree look like? Have your beginning writer practice descriptive writing to answer this fun Christmas creative writing prompt!

  • Describe Your Home

    Supporting details make a main idea stronger, and add color and interest to any story. Your early writer will describe your home and add detail to his writing.

  • Drought and Flooding Writing Prompt

    Here's a quick overview of drought and flooding to spark thoughts or conversation with your kids about water.

  • All About My Family: Grandma

    Help your little one get to know her family members with a fun interview and creative writing exercise, all about grandma!

  • Write Your Own Limerick

    Our limerick worksheet is sure to tickle your kid's funny bone! This limerick exercise teaches her how to write a limerick.