Our 3rd grade worksheets provide lots of fun, interesting practice in spelling and language.
On this page, students will need to decide whether or not they should double the final consonant on a base word before adding a suffix. Words are used in context, in an age-appropriate whimsical story about someone running for office. Check out these spelling guidelines, if necessary, before assigning this page.
While you're here, be sure to check out more of our 3rd grade worksheets listed at the bottom of this page.
As always, be sure to print and review this page before assigning it to your students. This way, you can be sure the difficulty level is appropriate for your students.
Compound Confusions! - This woodpecker introduces your students to a great compound word challenge! Great for students in grades 3-5.
Spelling crossword puzzle - This puzzle provides a fun way to practice spelling those tricky plural nouns.
Homonym Pairs - Or is it pears? This fun page requires students to select the correct homonym in ten sentences. Then they'll find their answers in a pear-shaped maze!
Wacky packages! - Find the spelling errors on these whimsical boxes. One of our most popular pages!
Mystery In the Attic Spelling Worksheets: Kids read a humorous story about a mysterious attic as they choose correctly/incorrectly spelled words.
Can You Spell Well?: If students correctly identify the misspelled words, they'll shade the page to reveal in interesting word. A fun, unique page!
Crossword Puzzles: Practice tricky word endings in two fun
puzzles, perfect for grades 3-5. I've used important words from the fourth grade spelling word
list. Worksheets for kids can be fun!
For more fun spelling practice, try our AnyWord Spelling Practice Series. In these three eBooks, you'll find word play worksheets, writing prompts and partner games and activities that work with almost any list of spelling words!