Reading Comprehension Worksheets for Grade 3
Our free 3rd grade reading comprehension worksheets provide opportunities for kids to demonstrate a clear understanding of a text by referring explicitly to parts of it. They determine the meaning of new words using contextual clues, recount key details, categorize information, find causes and effects, understand characters, and more.
Our pdf reading passage worksheets are perfect for children in grade 3.
Gabe would visit the aquarium, dine at the café, and then recount everything to Granny. Find the moral and answer the questions in this 3rd grade fictional passage.
To the excitement of David, the food is yummy, so he doesn't leave a morsel behind. Scan through this printable reading comprehension passage and answer the questions.
All the information collected from the books should help Dylan's school project stand out; this story will have an inspiring effect on kids as they read on to answer the questions.
From sporting bright colors to being able to mimic human speech, macaws are a source of amusement, as you'll explore while reading the story and following it up with a matching exercise and more.
Encourage kids to read more informational passages like "The Gecko" as they practice and master the sorting skill, among others, in this grade 3 printable reading passage.
Harriet and Uncle Rick come up trumps at the end of this planting-trees story, thanks in no small part to Uncle Rick's instructions. The questions included address several key reading skills.
The MCQs and the moral-of-the-story question included in this pdf work well to support kids' moral development, information retention, reviewing chops, and critical thinking.
Skim and scan this 3rd grade story comprehension worksheet, while taking in the fact that doing chores is all about teamwork and understanding.
Learn three ways in which animals adapt to different environments in this grade 3 informational passage worksheet and answer questions like MCQs, sorting, and more.
An inventor, a writer, a statesman—you name it, Benjamin Franklin is all of these things. Read this informational passage, and answer questions that center around what, how, and who.
Read more about the 32nd president of the United States in this grade 3 reading comprehension worksheet, and prove your mettle by answering questions that mostly test your contextual understanding of the text.
The questions, asking for specific details, included in this printable informational passage tremendously boost children's ability to differentiate, identify the main idea, and more.
Much of the story's delight is found in the way Bianca and Elsa perceive spiders. Read through this pdf and distinguish between the two points of view.
Learn about the Statue of Liberty soup to nuts and answer questions that put your comprehension skills to the test by covering every nook and cranny of the informational passage.
This printable informational reading passage tests your grade 3 kids' knowledge of history and fosters a love for the White House.