Integration of Knowledge and Ideas : Reading: Literature : Third Grade English Language Arts Worksheets

Below, you will find a wide range of our printable worksheets in chapter Integration of Knowledge and Ideas 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, explaining a story from illustrations, compare and contrast: themes, settings, and plots, read stories, dramas, and poetry, and many more. We hope you find them very useful and interesting.

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Integration of Knowledge and Ideas

Worksheet: Third Grade

Compare and Contrast


Compare and Contrast the similarities and the differences in the stories you've read.

Category:  Reading: Literature     Integration of Knowledge and Ideas     Compare and Contrast: Themes, Settings, and Plots


Worksheet: Third Grade

Compare and Contrast Outline


Use the outline to compare and contrast the characters, plot, and setting of the stories.

Category:  Reading: Literature     Integration of Knowledge and Ideas     Compare and Contrast: Themes, Settings, and Plots


Worksheet: Third Grade

I Can Compare and Contrast


Use venn diagram to compare and Contrast the stories.

Category:  Reading: Literature     Integration of Knowledge and Ideas     Compare and Contrast: Themes, Settings, and Plots



Read two short stories about the characters behaving foolish and paying a high price for doing so.

Category:  Reading: Literature     Integration of Knowledge and Ideas     Compare and Contrast: Themes, Settings, and Plots



The greed of the main characters left them empty handed in the end.

Category:  Reading: Literature     Integration of Knowledge and Ideas     Compare and Contrast: Themes, Settings, and Plots



Compare and contrast the characters, theme, and events of the two short stories.

Category:  Reading: Literature     Integration of Knowledge and Ideas     Compare and Contrast: Themes, Settings, and Plots


Worksheet: Third Grade

The Cat and the Canary


Can the feisty feline ever be the protector of a pet canary, instead of eating it up?

Category:  Reading: Literature     Integration of Knowledge and Ideas     Read Stories, Dramas, and Poetry


Worksheet: Third Grade

Danny Meadow Mouse and His Short Tail


All Danny Meadow Mouse could think about was his short tail that he was ashamed of.

Category:  Reading: Literature     Integration of Knowledge and Ideas     Read Stories, Dramas, and Poetry


Worksheet: Third Grade

THE DISOBEDIENT ROOSTER


The disobedient and thoughtless rooster is always doing something foolish.

Category:  Reading: Literature     Integration of Knowledge and Ideas     Read Stories, Dramas, and Poetry


Worksheet: Third Grade

The Cow


Thank you cows! Don't we all know how good the milk tastes?

Category:  Reading: Literature     Integration of Knowledge and Ideas     Read Stories, Dramas, and Poetry


Worksheet: Third Grade

Little Pup


Playing with your pup is always so much fun!

Category:  Reading: Literature     Integration of Knowledge and Ideas     Read Stories, Dramas, and Poetry



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