Third-grade - Ela concepts
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- Common Noun Royalty
Distinguishing common nouns from all other parts of speech is an important skill as a reader and writer. Use this resource to practice identifying common nouns.
- Irregular Verb Conjugation
This fun worksheet gets kids acquainted with the past and past participle forms of irregular verbs such as swim, eat and drink.
- Pairing Up Pronouns
If your students need a little extra practice using pronouns, this fill-in-the-blank exercise is a great way to help them review the basics.
- Positive and Negative Adjectives
In this adjective exercise, read each descriptive adjective and decide whether it is a positive word or a negative word.
- Conjunctions #5
Do you know how conjunctions function? Help your child learn to identify conjunctions, which link words, phrases or sentences!
- Using Adjectives
Adjectives help make the English language vibrant and descriptive. Kids will use their vocabularies to think up and apply different adjectives for each object.
- Summer Nouns and Adjectives #6
High dive off the grammar springboard this summer! This adjectives and nouns worksheet is great practice for cementing your child's grammar knowledge.
- "O" Adjectives
Open your little one's eyes to the "O" adjectives in this outstanding worksheet! Students can practice parts of speech and build vocabulary.
- Verbs that Start with E
Ease your young student into verbs with this worksheet full of verbs that start with E. There are short verb exercises, plus a fun letter maze at the end.
- 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.
- "N" Adjectives
Nobody does "N" adjectives better than this no-nonsense worksheet! Novice writers will identify nifty adjectives and fill in the blanks.
- Conjunctions #3
Conjunctions are words that join other words and phrases together! Help your beginning reader tackle conjunctions with this practice sheet.
- Summer Nouns and Adjectives #3
Get into the summer groove with a beach-friendly grammar worksheet! Your student can avoid the "summer slide" by practicing her parts of speech.
- "V" Adjectives
"V" adjectives are vital for valuable writing. Your little learn will practice identifying adjectives and filling in the blanks with this grammar worksheet.
- Conjunctions #4
If your child needs practice with parts of speech, here's a helpful way to get started learning and identifying conjunctions.
- Common Noun Sort
Use this fun sorting exercise to give your student practice distinguishing common nouns from other word types.
- Verb Search
Kids will identify as many verbs as they can. They'll then describe the verb as a moving action or a still action and identify the noun performing each verb.
- "T" Adjectives
Time for "T" adjectives with this terrific worksheet! Your young writer can build her knowledge of descriptive words and practice her parts of speech.
- Fix the Fragments!
Use this resource to reinforce the key components of a complete sentence.
- Verbs that Start with R
Ready to broaden your verb vocabulary? Learn some new action words with this worksheet on verbs that start with R.
- Alliteration Tongue Twisters: "S"
Snail stories sound so silly! Your child will learn about alliteration by filling in the blanks with adjectives and nouns that start with S.
- What's a Verb?
By describing pictures, young writers will learn to visualize verbs as "action words" that signify an action or a state of being.
- Summer Nouns and Adjectives #8
Kick off the fun in the sun with this grammar exercise! Challenge your kid to find all the nouns and the adjectives that modify them.