Third Grade Ela Genre Writing WorksheetsList of all concepts available under this subject are listed below. Worksheets are organized under various concepts within the subject. Click on concept to see the list of all worksheets available for that concept.
- Fun Writing Prompt
Imagine you woke to find you had a new, unimpressive, non-super power! Tell a story of what you'd do with this mediocre gift.
- Valentine's Day Creative Writing #5
Inspire your little poet with a writing prompt for Valentine's Day! He'll come up with some sweet rhymes and create his own poem.
- Everyday Heroes
In this biography writing worksheet, kids can find a person they know in real life and find out what heroic qualities this average, everyday person possesses!
- Types of Poetry
Get familiar with some types of poetry in this worksheet that covers different poetry structures.
- Compose a Haiku
Find out if you've got a little haiku master on your hands with our haiku worksheet. A simple poetry form, a haiku is perfect for beginning writers.
- April Fools' Day Writing
Give your students a silly writing prompt in the spirit of April Fools' Day!
- All About My Family: Grandpa
Get to know grandpa a little better with a fun interview exercise! Your beginning writer will practice building sentences and using descriptive language.
- Future Summer!
What will summer vacation be like in the future? Spark your student's sci-fi imagination with this fun prompt.
- Letter to Future Self
Where will you be in ten years? Give your child a fun time capsule exercise with this journal prompt.
- 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.
- Sentence Prompts
Help struggling writers find their confidence with these sentence starters! Kids will use the prompts to help them get started telling a story.
- Writing Science Fiction
Would you rather travel through time or travel through space? Explore limitless frontiers while writing science fiction.
- Write About Summer
Every kid loves summertime! Keep his writing skills honed and ready for fall with a fun summer writing prompt.
- Thanksgiving Writing Activity #2
What does Thanksgiving mean to you? Give your child a fun way to flex her creative writing skills with this Thanksgiving writing prompt.
- Pirate Story Starter
Mix history and fiction and write your own story about what would happen if Captain Hook of "Peter Pan" and Captain Blackbeard met!
- Valentine's Day Creative Writing #7
Love is in the air this Valentine's Day! Give your young writer a chance to practice her descriptive writing with a creative writing prompt for the holiday.
- Create Your Own Superhero!
Here's a chance for your kid to dream up his very own superhero! With this narrative writing worksheet, he'll brainstorm strong verbs and adjectives.
- Your Favorite Character!
What if you were able to meet your favorite fictional character in real life? Write a creative story about your adventures together.
- Sentence Starter
Give your beginning writer a fun way to practice writing sentences. Use each prompt to help you continue your story.
- If I Were a Tree
Use this imaginative prompt to help your reluctant writer use his creativity to build sentences.
- Easter Creative Writing #2
Getting your child in the Easter mood is not a problem with this writing prompt! Challenge her to think back on her favorite Easter memory and write about it.
- Horned Lizard Facts
The horned lizard has a scary exterior but a gentle personality. Your little student can learn about this North American lizard with this worksheet.
- Thanksgiving Creative Writing #2
Flex your imagination this Thanksgiving, with a fun writing prompt in honor of turkey day. Your student will hone storytelling skills and practice handwriting.
- Swimming in the Ocean
Practice creative writing with some simple sentence prompts. Fill in the holes to describe what it's like to swim in the ocean.