Third-grade - Ela concepts

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  • Evaluate a Text: What Do You Think?

    Use this exercise to evaluate a fiction text and support judgments with evidence.

  • Limerick Fun

    Does your child have an ear for rhyme or a passion for poetry? Have her examine the rhyme scheme of this silly limerick, and soon she'll be making her own!

  • Rapunzel Mini Book

    This Rapunzel story is missing some picturesâand in the wrong order! Test reading comprehension skills by arranging the events in the most logical order.

  • What’s in a Play?

    With this worksheet students will define the importance of play vocabulary words and provide examples.

  • Identifying Verbs: Pinocchio

    Read this chapter from the classic book Pinocchio, and identify the verbs and verb clauses the author uses to create action and set the scene.

  • Jersey Devil

    If your little one loves to read about the creepy creatures, he'll enjoy this spooky page about the Jersey Devil.

  • Storyboarding

    Have your child try her hand at storyboarding in this reading comprehension sheet.

  • The Beast of Bray Road

    Students can read the origin of the strange creature known as Beast of Bray Road and decide whether or not they believe the stories.

  • The Werewolf of Klein-Krams

    Give your wild child this werewolf story to read this Halloween. He'll have a spooky story to share with friends, and get some reading practice, too!

  • Poetry Memorization

    Can you memorize this poem? Can you draw a picture of it? This worksheet challenges your child to do both while getting a taste of poet Robert Frost.

  • Types of Poetry

    Get familiar with some types of poetry in this worksheet that covers different poetry structures.

  • Rapunzel Alternate Ending

    For those who prefer their fairy tales cheery all the way, here's an alternate ending to Rapunzel that's sure to please. Compare and contrast the two endings!

  • Conflict

    Help your child understand how conflicts factor into plots with this inventive reading worksheet.

  • Rhythm in Poetry

    Find out more about the role of rhythm in poetry with this worksheet that uses "Casey at the Bat" for practice.

  • The Nightingale Story: Page 8

    Find out what happens next in The Nightingale by Hans Christian Andersen. Your child can color in the illustration as he reads.

  • The Story of Rapunzel

    Your kid may have seen the movie, but has he ever read the story of Rapunzel? Here, the story of Rapunzel is told in its entirety with two different endings.

  • Connect the Events

    With this open-ended worksheet and graphic organizer students can practice locating events and connecting these events to a central idea.

  • The Nightingale Story: Page 6

    Read page six from The Nightingale by Hans Christian Andersen. Read about the nightingale's life in the palace, and color in the illustration.

  • Rapunzel Ending

    Here is the ending to the Grimm brothers' version of Rapunzel, adapted for kids! Compare and contrast this ending with the sunnier alternate conclusion.

  • The Ghost of Fred Fisher

    In this reading worksheet, just in time for Halloween, kids can read all about Fred Fisher, the star of Australia's most famous ghost story.

  • Play Planner

    Use this play planner to give your students a head start on writing their own play!

  • The Nightingale Story: Page 7

    As you continue with page 7 of The Nightingale by Hans Christian Andersen, be sure to color in the illustration as you read!

  • Compare Similar Stories

    Use this resource for your students to read two fiction texts and compare and contrast the characters, setting, and plot.

  • The Nightingale Story: Page 9

    Continue with page 9 of the illustrated story of The Nightingale by Hans Christian Andersen.