Our 5 favorite third grade writing worksheets

Could your third grader's writing skills use a boost? Try these fun worksheets!

By GreatSchools Staff

Big, bigger, biggest

In this writing worksheet, your child learns about using adjectives in their regular, comparative, and superlative forms.

Skills your third grader will work on: decoding words, building vocabulary, adjectives, comparative adjectives, and superlative adjectives.

Baby animals!

In this writing worksheet, your child gets practice doing basic research to learn the names of baby animals and using a thesaurus to look up synonyms for small.

Skills your third grader will work on: decoding words, using a dictionary, using a thesaurus, research and writing practice.

Its or it's?

In this writing worksheet, your child gets practice mastering a skill that many adults mix up: the difference between its and it's.

Skills your third grader will work on: punctuation, possessive forms, and English grammar.

Statements and questions

In this writing worksheet, your child gets practice rewriting statements as questions — and questions as statements.

Skills your third grader will work on: writing questions, writing statements, and understanding language.

Editing

In this writing worksheet, your child gets practice with one of the most crucial steps in writing: editing. Skills your child will work on include deleting extraneous words, writing tighter sentences, and rewriting.

Skills your third grader will work on: writing practice, editing, and sentence structure.

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