3rd Grade Language Arts Worksheets
Take a tour of our free, printable 3rd grade language arts worksheets with answer keys and help kids thrive on the diverse, inspirational practice offered. Recognize cause and effect relationships in text, master roads and streets abbreviations, demonstrate understanding of figurative language and word relationships and more.
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Scope out the errors in capitalization, grammar, punctuation, and spelling that mar the beauty and meaning of the sentences here, making sure to eliminate them before rewriting the sentences.
Read the paragraphs, whose errors are highlighted and marked 1, 2, 3, and so on, and answer the editing and proofreading questions that follow.
Zero in on the errors in each sentence, point them out by using proofreading marks, and write how many errors of each type there are.
Each sentence here sticks to a particular theme. Read them, identify whether they express facts or opinions, and write the answers.
Observe each picture, interpret it to draw an appropriate inference based on it, and write down the inference in the space provided.
Look at each picture, pay attention to the little details, and analyze all the angles possible, before predicting what happens next.
Make sense of the disordered steps of each recipe, reorder them to reflect the correct sequence, and rewrite the recipe in the space given.
Hunt for the word with three syllables in each given word pair, and set it apart by enclosing it within a circle in these exercises.
Bear in mind that each picture on the left is a cause, and each picture on the right is an effect as you match the causes to their effects.
Remove the indicated suffix from each word to arrive at the base word, and write the word without the suffix in the space provided.
Identify if each sentence is a fact or an opinion, and check the correct box in these printable reading and writing worksheets for 3rd grade.
Give each option the attention it deserves, sharpening your focus toward the likeliest prediction, and color the appropriate circle.
Flip through the pages of a dictionary of your choice, find the pairs of guide words for each given word, and write them in the blanks.
Snip out the picture cards, determine the order of stages in different animals' life cycles, and glue them in the correct sequence.
Divide each given word into its syllables, making sure to draw a line indicating the end of one syllable and the beginning of the next.