Point of View of Narrators and Characters : Reading: Literature : Third Grade English Language Arts Worksheets

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Craft and Structure      Point of View of Narrators and Characters

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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