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Third Grade Ela Reading Fiction 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.
- The Nightingale Comprehension
After reading The Nightingale by Hans Christian Andersen, complete this comprehension page to test your understanding of the story.
- Robert Frost Rhyme Scheme
What better time to learn how to rhyme? Try this worksheet; it'll be sweet! Your child can learn rhyme scheme using this famous Robert Frost poem.
- Reading Fluency: Christopher Columbus
Your third graders will learn about Christopher Columbus and his famous voyages with this reading worksheet.
- What is a Metaphor?
Using figurative language is a great way to boost your child's writing skills and creativity. With the help of this worksheet, she'll be a metaphor master.
- Cause and Effect Reading Comprehension: My Day at the Amusement Park
This resource will help your students practice an important reading comprehension skill as they read a fiction text and identify cause and effect relationships
- Reading Fluency: Football
This excerpt has exactly 100 words and is great reading practice for your little quaterbacks!
- Reading Genre Challenge
Kids hunt for different reading genres using this interactive worksheet.
- Cause and Effect Reading Comprehension: Home Sick
Use this resource to review the concept of cause and effect with your students. In this exercise, students will read a fiction text and identify cause and effect relationships.
- Graphic Organizer: Problem & Solution
Use this resource to organize the different ways a character tries to solve a problem in a fiction text.
- Compare Ghost Stories
In this reading worksheet, students can compare two ghost stories from other sides of the globe and see the ways in which they're eerily similar.
- Dr. Seuss Characters
Test your Seuss know-how with this fun matching game: which Seuss character on the left matches the description on the right?
- How the First Letter was Written
How was writing first invented? Find out by reading this delightful story by Rudyard Kipling, "How the First Letter was Written."
- Reading Fluency: Autumn
Have your third grader practice their reading fluency with this passage about Autumn.
- Author’s Purpose Multiple Choice
Use this resource to practice identifying the author’s purpose of short texts.
- The Pop Quiz Blues Story
Use this short story with comprehension questions to help your students practice identifying cause and effect relationships in a fictional text.
- Reading Comprehension: Lulu’s Grades
Use this resource with your students as they identify the different ways a character tries to solve a problem.
- Comparing Two Stories
Use this resource for your students to practice reading and comparing the story elements of two fiction texts.
- Making Inferences: Where Are They?
This reading resource gives your students practice using text clues and background knowledge to make inferences about characters.
- Comparing Characters from Two Fiction Texts
This helpful resource gives your students practice comparing characters from two texts
- Calaveras Literarias
Put a silly spin on a sad holiday by tickling your funny bone with some calaveras literarias.
- Summary High Five
This exercise gives your students practice writing their own fiction summaries.
- Christmas Similes
How many similies can you find in this Christmas poem? Get into the holiday spirit with a holiday classic, "The Night Before Christmas"!
- The Selfish Giant
Is your kid struggling with reading comprehension? Try this short and sweet story from Oscar Wilde.
- Reader’s Theater: The Snowman’s Day to Play
Use this winter-themed Reader’s Theater script to engage your readers as they practice reading fluently. Then challenge them with reading comprehension questions about the characters and events.