Third-grade - Ela concepts
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- 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.
- Pick a Plural
Use this resource to give your students practice picking the correct plural form of a noun.
- Under Sentence Construction
Kids create complete sentences from fragments in this worksheet.
- Verb Tense #1
Teach your third grader about past, present and future tense with these fun worksheets on verb tense.
- Singular and Plural Nouns in Context
Step your grammar game up a notch! With this resource, your students will use context to decide whether to use the singular or plural form of a noun in a sentence.
- Writing with Adjectives
This worksheet helps young writers see the difference sensory words can make by asking them to compare sentences with sensory words and without.
- It’s Grammar Time: Subject-Verb Agreement 1
It’s time to flex those grammar muscles! Use this exercise with your students to practice subject-verb agreement.
- Text Message Language
Turn text messages full of abbreviated language and lacking punctuation into proper English.
- 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.
- Those Oddballs: Irregular Verb Tense
Irregular verbs can be tricky! Use this grid, which is partially filled with irregular verbs, to find the missing tenses.
- Pick a Pronoun
Give your students extra practice using pronouns in context with this grammar exercise.
- What Are Pronouns?
Have your child practice his pronouns as he identifies which pronoun should be used to complete each sentence.
- Past Tense Practice
Looking for a worksheet to help your kid with irregular past-tense verbs? This printable practices verb conjugation skills.
- Using "A" or "An"
This spooky worksheet is sure to make any fourth grader have fun with ghoulish grammar practice! Your child will practice using the articles "a" or "an".
- Predicate Adjectives
A predicate adjective modifies the subject of a sentence. Help your beginning reader to identify the predicate adjective in these sample sentences.
- Use of a Comma
Deciding the right use of a comma can be tricky. This worksheet is a beginning look at clauses and comma usage for your kids.
- Action Verbs
Get into grammar action with this practice page for beginning writers. Change each passive verb to an action verb to make the sentence more interesting!
- Proper Nouns
Kids will familiarize themselves with different types of proper nouns by using their imaginations to think up and write down examples of their own.
- Great Grammar: Compound Predicate
Learning about compound predicates is easy with this straightforward grammar sheet.
- Food Adjectives
With this intro-to-adjectives worksheet, your child will match each food to all the words that describes it best
- Life Changes
Students will practice converting verbs from past to present to future tense in statements that reveal truths about their lives.
- Adverb Detectives to the Rescue
Master adverbs while helping the descriptive detectives find the missing ruby necklace! Fill in the blanks with the appropriate adverb to solve the case!
- Linking Up Ideas
Give your students the opportunity to practice combining ideas using transition words and conjunctions.
- Word Sort: Sounds of -ed
Get your students thinking about the different sounds that the -ed ending makes when it's used to indicate the regular past tense.