Third-grade - Ela concepts

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  • Seven Continents Crossword!

    Not your typical crossword, this puzzle will have your child learning to recognize the shapes of the continents. Great for map skills and vocabulary!

  • Prefix Practice: Make a New Word

    Get some prefix practice with this worksheet that focuses on making new words with common prefixes: dis-, re-, and un-.

  • Energy Word Search

    Brush up on some physics vocabulary with this energy word search!

  • Learning Prefixes

    Help your third grader wrap her head around prefixes with this worksheet that asks her to attach the right prefix to a set of root words.

  • Olympic Word Search

    Little athletes will love testing their logic skills with this fun word search that's all about the Summer Olympics!

  • Winter Word Scramble

    It's a winter wonderland of spelling! Keep warm as your child unscrambles letters to spell out various words related to winter.

  • Winter Olympics Crossword Puzzle

    Quiz your third grader on his knowledge of Olympics jargon, and encourage spelling practice with this fun crossword puzzle.

  • Crystal Clear Contractions

    Contractions will become crystal clear for your students when they practice contraction formation with this worksheet.

  • Habitats Word Search: Tundra Animals

    In which habitat could you find an arctic fox, a polar bear, and a snowy owl? Have your kid find tundra animals with this word search worksheet.

  • Prefixes: Get It Started!

    Kids completing this third grade reading and writing worksheet learn the meaning of three prefixes. Then they choose the right prefix to complete each sentence.

  • Computer Word Scramble

    Computer gurus can have a blast solving these computer word scrambles! Students will be practicing their spelling and vocabulary.

  • Suffixes: How Thoughtful!

    Kids completing this third grade reading and writing worksheet practice using suffixes by adding -ful or -less to words to finish sentences.

  • Prefixes: Negative Nancy

    Kids completing this third grade reading and writing worksheet add one of four prefixes to words to finish sentences about Negative Nancy.

  • Suffixes: Part of the Job

    Artist or arter? Kids completing this third grade reading and writing worksheet add suffixes to words to make job names, then find the jobs in a word search.

  • Polar Puzzle

    Use this worksheet to quiz your 3rd grader on common winter words. Encourage her to recognize and use these as she reads and writes.

  • Prefix Mix-up

    Looking for a worksheet to help with identifying the prefix of a word? This printable is great for early readers.

  • The Elephant's Child

    Help your third grader with reading comprehension in this fun activity page on Rudyard Kipling's charming story, "The Elephant's Child."

  • Fall Crossword Puzzle

    This colorful fall crossword puzzle is a fun way to practice spelling and learn about all about autumn.

  • Text Message Language

    Turn text messages full of abbreviated language and lacking punctuation into proper English.

  • Habitats Word Search: Desert Animals

    Kids find desert animals in this science word search. Animal habitat worksheets help students learn about life forms in different environments.

  • How the Whale Got His Throat: Reading Comprehension

    Make reading fun with this whale of a tale, "How the Whale Got His Throat," by Rudyard Kipling!

  • Valentine's Day Word Scramble

    Have some fun with vocabulary words using a Valentine's Day word scramble. Your third grader will strengthen her spelling as she solves each word.

  • Habitats Word Search: Forest Animals

    Kids find forest animals in this third grade science word search. Animal habitat worksheets help students learn about life forms in different environments.

  • Grammar Basics: Compound Words, Contractions, & Abbreviations

    Challenge your child to to identify compound words, contractions, and abbreviations in a short story.