Educate your students on the importance of possessive pronouns early on to help them develop masterful reading and writing skills. These exercises, developed for third graders, will do just that and provide them with helpful hints when needed.
Teach your young learners about the importance of apostrophes in writing with these exercises that explain how the punctuation mark can be used to show possessives, and how it differs from contractions.
Improve your child's writing skills by helping them understand and become comfortable with reflexive pronouns. Give them the ability to tell the stories they want to tell with these exercises that will put them at the top of their class.
In third grade, students start moving past the different parts of speech and sentences, and start putting it all together. Tackle third grade language arts with these 3rd grade reading exercises that cover it all. In them, kids will work with contractions, verb agreement, roots words, and so much more. They're made for educators, by educators, and are just plain fun for kids, too.
Third grade reading bridges the gap between the basics and more obtuse, higher-level concepts. If sentences came easy to your child but stringing them together into longer works is a challenge, hand them over our third grade reading exercises for reading success. Our online exercises are a digital twist on the physical worksheet, but still help kids identify root words, perfect their sentence structure, and put paragraphs together to form essays and reports just the same. They're also just a lot of fun to do, with lively, engaging written problems and cute, colorful characters that guide your child along the way. After completing this section with flying colors, we have more for them to practice, like third grade math or just third grade in general. With so many options to choose from, we can guarantee your kid will find exactly what they need to improve their third grade reading.