Third Grade Ela Reading Fiction Worksheets


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  • Comparing Story Elements in Two Fiction Texts

    This helpful resource gives your students practice comparing story elements.

  • The Beginnning of the Armadillos

    Enjoy Rudyard Kipling's story "The Beginnings of the Armadillos", where your little one will answer questions and enjoy some coloring pages!

  • Story Plot

    If your budding reading is writing his first book report, help him nail down the plot with this quick review worksheet.

  • Can You Make an Inference?

    Use this resource to practice using context clues and background knowledge to make inferences about short reading passages.

  • The Butterfly That Stamped

    Help your student with reading comprehension, and enjoy a favorite short story by Rudyard Kipling, about a King, a Queen and two quarreling butterflies.

  • The Cat That Walked by Himself

    Beginning readers will love this short story by Rudyard Kipling, all about how the animals were first domesticated.

  • The Sing Song of Old Man Kangaroo

    Read about why kangaroos hop on two legs, in Rudyard Kipling's "The Sing Song of Old Kangaroo." Your kid will answer reading questions and color illustrations.

  • Cool Bookmarks 4

    Let your young reader review the book as he goes with this personalized bookmark. Cut out the bookmark and fold it in half to spice up the reading experience!

  • Vocabulary Practice: A Whale of a Problem

    Use this reading comprehension passage with your students to practice determining the meaning of unfamiliar words.

  • Making Predictions: The Lion and the Mouse

  • The Raven Steals the Light

    This old Native American myth, The Raven Steals the Light, is the perfect story to spook -- but not scare -- kids this Halloween.

  • Cool Bookmarks 3

    Put a personalized twist on the old-school bookmark and your young reader will make the experience more fun for himself by reviewing the book as he goes.

  • Reading Fluency: Airplanes

    Use this resource for fluency practice.

  • Reader’s Theater: Camping in the Cold

    Use this camping-themed Reader’s Theater Script to engage your students as they practice reading fluently. Then challenge them with reading comprehension questions about the characters and events.

  • The Wild Hunt

    Read this version of The Wild Hunt with your little boy or ghoul this Halloween, then answer the comprehension questions at the end.

  • The Man Who Was Afraid of Nothing

    n this funny fairy tale, a brave young man has a few run-ins with some boastful ghosts.

  • Diamante Poems

    Got a budding poet under your wing? Help her practice parts of speech by writing a diamante poem, or a diamond poem.

  • Cool Bookmarks 1

    Add some fun to the old-fashioned placeholder with this bookmark! Your child answers a few questions and makes the bookmark, and the experience, all her own!

  • Nonsense Words

    Kids love nonsense, in case you haven't already noticed, and this wacky worksheet will work your wonderful wordsmith into a nonsense whirlwind.

  • Make Nonsense

    Let's make some nonsense! Using "Jabberwocky" by Lewis Carroll, a poem famous for its otherworldly wacky words, your child makes his own nonsense.

  • Vocabulary Practice: Armando’s Goal

    Use this reading comprehension exercise with your students to practice determining word meaning.

  • The Soldier and the Stranger

    A soldier meets a mysterious stranger in a graveyard. Could this be the dark figure that townsfolk have seen darting in and out of the shadows?

  • The Nightingale Story

    Travel back in time to ancient China in this classic Hans Christian Andersen tale, The Nightingale.

  • Book Characters

    If your child is writing his first book report, help him get a handle on the characters in his book.