Third-grade - Ela concepts

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  • Native American Tribes: Apache

    The Apache tribe of Native Americans helped shape the Southwest. Your young learner can read all about them in this history worksheet.

  • Manatee Facts

    Ancient mariners mistook the manatee for a mermaid! Your young biologist won't make the same mistake after learning about the manatee with this worksheet.

  • Jesse Owens

    Jesse Owens' successes in the 1938 Olympics made history and paved the way for African-Americans in sports and other fields.

  • Yellowstone National Park Facts

    Read the facts on Yellowstone National Park, the first national park in the U.S., full of awesome animals and gigantic geysers.

  • Native American Tribes: Nez Perce

    The Nez Perce is a Native American tribe in the Northwest U.S. This worksheet will hep your little learner to explore Native American history and culture.

  • Exploring Point of View: What Do You Think?

    From the topic of roller coasters to the topic of spinach, this kid-friendly worksheet guides a student in comparing his or her opinion to the opinions of the fictional character named “Jimmy.”

  • Native American Tribes: Ute

    Follow the path of the Ute Native Americans with this worksheet. Your budding historian can enrich her knowledge of U.S. history and culture.

  • Feeding Our Pets

    If your students struggle with how to compare and contrast texts, this worksheet can be used for reteaching or extra practice.

  • Native American Tribes: Lakota

    Ride along with the Lakota tribe with this history worksheet. These Native Americans were part of the horse culture of the Dakotas.

  • Native American Tribes: Mohawk

    Your young historian can explore the Mohawk tribe. This Native American group played an important role in American history.

  • The Siege of the Alamo

    The Siege of the Alamo was an important point in the Texas Revolution. Your youngster can learn the story of the siege in this worksheet.

  • Native American Tribes: Comanche

    Ride the range with the Comanche culture in this worksheet about the history of Native American tribes.

  • Bigfoot Story

    Students will read the Bigfoot story and then answer questions about the reading.

  • Using Pictures in Nonfiction

    From the text and pictures on this worksheet, your students will learn about Australia and kangaroos while strengthening their reading comprehension skills.

  • Bessie Coleman and Mae Jemison

    Explore the lives of two high-flying pioneers, Bessie Coleman and Mae Jemison, with short biographies and a Venn diagram.

  • Native American Tribes: Choctaw

    Young readers can discover the history of the Choctaw Native American tribe with this history worksheet.

  • Florence Griffith-Joyner

    If your child has energy to spare, give her this inspirational worksheet about the famous "Flo-Jo" and develop her comprehension skills with an exercise.

  • Timeline Organizer

    Students can use this versatile graphic organizer to order events in fiction or nonfiction texts.

  • Deborah Sampson

    Want to meet a real-life Mulan? Read up on Deborah Sampson, a barrier-breaking woman who fought for equality in the armed forces.

  • Hot or Cold? How Temperatures Affect Plants

    How do different plants respond to hot or cold temperatures? In this hands-on worksheet, students will analyze two different texts, comparing and contrasting details in both texts.

  • 1896 Olympics

    Get geared up for the Olympics with this fun reading worksheet about the first modern Olympic games, held in -- where else? -- Greece in 1896.

  • Michael Phelps

    Michael Phelps swam his way to success, as your young student will find out in this biography worksheet on one of the greatest swimmers in the world.

  • Olympic Archery

    Aim for reading success with this worksheet about the Olympic version of archery.

  • Color Coding Nonfiction Text: Bears

    Have your third grader read and learn about black bears while increasing their knowledge about nonfiction text.