Third Grade Ela Reading Fiction Worksheets


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  • A Christmas Carol: Story Map

    Celebrate the season by reading A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens. Then challenge your young reader to fill in this graphic organizer chart.

  • A Christmas Carol: Symbolism

    Symbolism in A Christmas Carol helps bring out the story's holiday messages. Learn about symbolism in A Christmas Carol with this worksheet.

  • Timeline Organizer

    Students can use this versatile graphic organizer to order events in fiction or nonfiction texts.

  • How to Haiku

    Do you know how to haiku? This haiku worksheet gives your budding poet practice with counting syllables and noticing the role of rhythm in poetry.

  • Heroes and Villains

    Help your growing reader understand characterization with this worksheet that asks her to identify the heroes and villains in the book she's reading.

  • "The Happy Prince" Worksheet

    Use this touching worksheet to help your child with reading comprehension and storytelling skills.

  • Venn Diagram Graphic Organizer

    Venn diagrams aren't just a math tool; they make great charts for reading comprehension too!

  • Book Setting

    If your child is doing a book report, help her learn more about the setting of her book with this worksheet.

  • The Loveland Frog

    Students will hone their reading comprehension skills while reading about the Loveland Frog.

  • Cinderella Storytelling

    Have a storytelling adventure with Cinderella! Little readers will love putting their own spin on a classic fairy tale.

  • Problem & Solution Organizer

    Use an open-ended graphic organizer to help your students identify the problem and solution in three stories.

  • Sorting it Out: Real or Fantasy?

    With this worksheet, students will practice determining if the sentences fit under the category of fantasy or realism.

  • Asking Questions: Before, During, and After

    This is a comprehension resource for students to record their questions before, during, and after they have read nonfiction text.

  • Funny Haiku

    Have some fun with haiku! Practice syllable counting and creative writing by coming up with funny haiku poems for April Fools' Day.

  • Acting 101: Learning the Parts of a Script

    Designed to give students practice on identifying script components, this worksheet is a great way to help students practice their writing fluency.

  • Vasilisa the Brave

    Read Vasilisa the Brave, one of Russia's most famous folk tales, with your child this Halloween, then help her answer the comprehension questions at the end.

  • Nature Haiku

    Haiku poetry is great for capturing the idea of nature, and this worksheet helps your young poet make the connection.

  • Reader's Theater: Casey at the Bat

    Get caught up in the drama of "Casey at the Bat" with this reader's theater script.

  • Comparing Two Fiction Texts

    This resource gives your students the chance to read two fiction texts and compare and contrast the characters, setting, and plot.

  • Reader’s Theater: My Special Valentine

    Use this Valentine's Day reader's theater script to engage students as they practice reading fluently.

  • Post Your Questions

    Use this resource to help your students create questions about their fiction text.

  • Christmas Spiders

    Would you decorate your Christmas tree with spider webs? Learn a wacky Christmas fun fact as you reflect on holiday traditions.

  • Poetry Vocabulary

    Get your third grader familiar with basic poetry vocabulary in this diagram worksheet

  • Alliteration in Poetry

    Explore alliteration in poetry by sniffing out repeated sounds in a favorite springtime poem: Casey at the Bat.