3rd Grade Language Arts Worksheets
Rev up kids with our printable 3rd grade language arts worksheets comprising exercises with answer keys for independent practice across a wide range of topics such as abstract nouns, forming comparative and superlative adjectives, identifying coordinating and subordinating conjunctions, using simple verb tenses, enhancing vocabulary with similes and alliterations, reading to make logical connections like causes and effects, and writing research reports using the prompts. Grab our free grade 3 English worksheets, head over, and check out for more!
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Observe the position of the eagle and choose the preposition that best represents each image.
Change each declarative sentence into an exclamatory sentence punctuating it appropriately.
"Its" is a possessive form, while "it's" is a contracted form of "it is" or "it has". Complete the sentences using "its" or "it's" based on the context.
Look at each picture, use your experience and evidence to anticipate what happens next, illustrate your prediction, and write it as well.
Complete the passage, choosing suitable indefinite pronouns from the word box.
Read the sentences and use suitable quantifiers from the word box to complete them.
Scout out the ten words that are related to Father's Day from the word search grid and circle them.
Imagine it's raining candies from the sky. Narrate your experience structuring it with an introduction, body, and conclusion.
Complete the table of comparisons in adverbs where the missing degree could be positive, comparative or superlative.
Choose the correct form of the verb that matches the subject in number: a plural verb takes a plural noun and singular verb takes a singular noun.
Cut the suffixes from the next page and glue them beside an appropriate root to make new words.
This poem paints the picture of autumn in the reader's mind. Enjoy the poem, find the rhyming words, and verbs associated with painting.