Third-grade - Ela concepts
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- Pronoun Quiz
How much does your child know about pronouns? Find out by giving them this short pronoun quiz.
- It’s Grammar Time: Subject-Verb Agreement 3
Use this exercise with your students to practice subject-verb agreement by choosing the subject that agrees with the verb.
- Adjective Practice
An adjective is a word that describes a noun. Teach your child to identify them with this adjective practice worksheet.
- Comparatives and Superlatives
Get into the nitty gritty of grammar with this worksheet that explains comparatives and superlatives.
- Articles: Before a Noun 1
Help your kid get a grasp on articles like "a," "an," and "the" with this third grade worksheet. Kids will circle the correct articles to pair with given nouns.
- Creating Compound Sentences
Use this exercise to help your student create a compound sentence from two simple sentences, using a comma and a coordinating conjunction.
- Sentence Solutions
Fragment, fragment, match! Kids use partial sentences to create complete sentences with this worksheet.
- What Are Abstract Nouns?
This worksheet will have young writers identify both abstract and concrete nouns and place them in the correct columns.
- Listing Character Traits
Practice using descriptive language with this adjectives worksheet all about describing a character's traits.
- Abstract Nouns for Kids
Help young writers identify abstract nouns and learn how they differ from concrete nouns by seeing them used in context.
- It’s Grammar Time: Subject-Verb Agreement 2
Use this exercise with your students to practice subject-verb agreement with action verbs.
- Grammar Basics: Using the Verb To Be
Help your third grader master the present and past tenses of this important verb with this conjugation worksheet.
- Mixed Skills Word Study Check-In
This mid-year assessment will give you an of idea how well your students know their coordinating conjunctions, irregular verbs and plural nouns, and regular verb tenses.
- Work on Writing: Sentence Fragments
This worksheet will give your child the practice he needs to identify sentence fragments and rewrite them as complete sentences.
- Articles: Before a Noun 2
This third grade reading and writing worksheet explains when to use the articles "a," "an," and "the" before a noun.
- 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.
- Commas in a Sentence
Get familiar with commas in this worksheet all about non-identifying clauses! Your kid will use commas to offset the non-identifying clauses on this worksheet.
- Preposition Scavenger Hunt
Take parts of speech practice outside of the classroom with this fun preposition scavenger hunt!
- Comparative and Superlative Adjectives
Better or best? Go for the gold in this Olympic adjectives worksheet. Your child will practice using comparative and superlative adjectives.
- Diagramming Sentences
Diagramming sentences is an important skill for beginning writers, and a great way to review parts of speech. Diagram a passage from Wizard of Oz for practice!
- 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.
- Conjunctions and Commas
This colorful worksheet reviews conjunctions and commas in a straightforward way, to make things stick!
- Diamante Poems
Got a budding poet under your wing? Help her practice parts of speech by writing a diamante poem, or a diamond poem.
- The Verb To Be
The verb "to be" shows state of being rather than action. Practice identifying "to be" verbs with this great grammar worksheet.