What happens next? In this reading comprehension worksheet, your child reads part of a story, then answers questions about it and predicts what else might occur.
Once upon a time there were four little rabbits… In this reading worksheet, your child will read this story aloud and then answer questions about how the characters feel and what might happen next.
Can you solve the riddle? In this reading worksheet, your child will read and solve the riddles and connect each riddle to its corresponding picture.
Here is a scientific description of thunder and lightning. In this language arts worksheet, your child will read an informational passage and then answer questions about what happened and practice replacing descriptive words.
Why was this letter written and what does the writer want? In this language arts worksheet, children will read a protest letter and then answer questions about the letter's intent, the reasons given, the form of expression, and whether or not the argument will be...
In this Aboriginal myth, the voice of the Ancestor spoke from a gum tree! In this reading and writing worksheet, your child gets practice reading a myth and interpreting it to answer questions about meaning and words used in context.
In this language arts worksheet, your child will read three parts of a traditional story from India and answer questions about the characters' feelings using complete sentences.
How you can help at home: In this activity your child records books she has read on a reading tree.
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Simple tips and activities to help your third grade child master essential reading skills.