Craft and Structure : Reading: Literature : Third Grade English Language Arts Worksheets

Below, you will find a wide range of our printable worksheets in chapter Craft and Structure of section Reading: Literature. These worksheets are appropriate for Third Grade English Language Arts. We have crafted many worksheets covering various aspects of this topic, literal vs. nonliteral language, infer from parts of a story, point of view of narrators and characters, and many more. We hope you find them very useful and interesting.

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Craft and Structure

Worksheet: Third Grade

Hyperbole


Read each sentence carefully. Write “hyperbole” in the blank, if the sentence contains a hyperbole. Write “none” in the blank, if it does not have one.

Category:  Reading: Literature     Craft and Structure     Literal vs. Nonliteral Language


Worksheet: Third Grade

Idioms


Determine the meaning of each underlined idiom. Choose the best meaning.

Category:  Reading: Literature     Craft and Structure     Literal vs. Nonliteral Language


Worksheet: Third Grade

Interesting Hyperbole


Read each sentence carefully. Add a hyperbole to make each sentence interesting and exaggerated.

Category:  Reading: Literature     Craft and Structure     Literal vs. Nonliteral Language



Write the idiom. Illustrate the literal meaning of the idiom, then explain the nonliteral meaning of the idiom.

Category:  Reading: Literature     Craft and Structure     Literal vs. Nonliteral Language


Worksheet: Third Grade

Metaphors


Rewrite each sentence without the metaphor to show what you think it actually means.

Category:  Reading: Literature     Craft and Structure     Literal vs. Nonliteral Language


Worksheet: Third Grade

Personification


Read each sentence carefully. Circle the idea, object, or animal being personiļ¬ed. Underline the words that show personiļ¬cation.

Category:  Reading: Literature     Craft and Structure     Literal vs. Nonliteral Language


Worksheet: Third Grade

Simile or Metaphor


Determine whether each sentence below is a simile or a metaphor. Write S for simile or M for metaphor. Then, underline the words that are being compared.

Category:  Reading: Literature     Craft and Structure     Literal vs. Nonliteral Language


Worksheet: Third Grade

Similes and Metaphors


Add a simile to the each sentence to make it more descriptive and clear.

Category:  Reading: Literature     Craft and Structure     Literal vs. Nonliteral Language



Read the poem about the cat and the robin, then answer the related questions.

Category:  Reading: Literature     Craft and Structure     Infer from Parts of A Story


Worksheet: Third Grade

The Bomb


Read the story about King Charles the Twelfth, of Sweden, who lived two hundred years ago, and was famous for his courage in defending his country.

Category:  Reading: Literature     Craft and Structure     Infer from Parts of A Story


Worksheet: Third Grade

The Squirrel


Read the poem about the little squirrel and answer the related questions.

Category:  Reading: Literature     Craft and Structure     Infer from Parts of A Story


Worksheet: Third Grade

Two Great Painters


This is the story about two great painters that could paint pictures so life-like that they were mistaken for the real things which they represented.

Category:  Reading: Literature     Craft and Structure     Infer from Parts of A Story


Worksheet: Third Grade

Afternoon on a Hill


Read the poem, then determine the point of view of the narrator about the setting of the poem.

Category:  Reading: Literature     Craft and Structure     Point of View of Narrators and Characters


Worksheet: Third Grade

Big Day


The author is feeling really nervous for her first solo dance performance.

Category:  Reading: Literature     Craft and Structure     Point of View of Narrators and Characters


Worksheet: Third Grade

Camping


Erika and her family always go to camping every summer.

Category:  Reading: Literature     Craft and Structure     Point of View of Narrators and Characters


Worksheet: Third Grade

Extreme Sports


Read the short story about Andrew, then determine his point of view about the extreme sports.

Category:  Reading: Literature     Craft and Structure     Point of View of Narrators and Characters


Worksheet: Third Grade

No Homework


Read the short story to determine the author’s and his classmates’ point of view about the homework.

Category:  Reading: Literature     Craft and Structure     Point of View of Narrators and Characters


Worksheet: Third Grade

Summer Time


Which is your favorite season? Is your point of view more like the author of the story or his younger brother? Read the story to find it out.

Category:  Reading: Literature     Craft and Structure     Point of View of Narrators and Characters



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