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3rd Grade Vocabulary Words Flashcards

3rd Grade Vocabulary Words Flashcards
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Let's figure out what kind of sentence this one is! It would be wonderful if we are able to identify it as exclamatory, interrogative, or declarative!
Exclamatory.
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Describe this sentence. It is either declarative, interrogatory, or exclamatory.
Declarative.
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Identify the following sentence as exclamatory, interrogatory, or declarative, Which do you think it is?
Interrogative.
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This type of sentence ends with a question mark and asks something.
Interrogative.
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This type of sentence ends with an exclamation point (!) and shows emotion or excitement.
Exclamatory.
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A sentence that ends with a period and declares facts is a _____ sentence.
Declarative.
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Words that go under a photo or picture to describe it are called _____.
Captions.
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An _____ can mark the missing letter or letters in a contraction.
Apostrophe.
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Antonym
An opposite. Example: Day is an antonym for night.
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Abbreviation
A form that shortens a longer word. Example: Dr. is short for doctor.
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Flashcard Content Overview

Are you looking for flashcards to practice common vocabulary words for a third grade Language Arts class? Try these! They provide lots of practice with identifying types of sentences (persuasive, exclamatory, and interrogative), and with identifying different parts of each sentence. You'll also get practice with reviewing types of punctuation, prefixes and suffixes, and synonyms and antonyms. Give these flashcards a few rounds of review, and you'll feel better about raising your hand and participating when your 3rd grade teacher talks about writing and Language Arts.

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Abbreviation
A form that shortens a longer word. Example: Dr. is short for doctor.
Antonym
An opposite. Example: Day is an antonym for night.
An _____ can mark the missing letter or letters in a contraction.
Apostrophe.
Words that go under a photo or picture to describe it are called _____.
Captions.
A sentence that ends with a period and declares facts is a _____ sentence.
Declarative.
This type of sentence ends with an exclamation point (!) and shows emotion or excitement.
Exclamatory.
This type of sentence ends with a question mark and asks something.
Interrogative.
Identify the following sentence as exclamatory, interrogatory, or declarative, Which do you think it is?
Interrogative.
Describe this sentence. It is either declarative, interrogatory, or exclamatory.
Declarative.
Let's figure out what kind of sentence this one is! It would be wonderful if we are able to identify it as exclamatory, interrogative, or declarative!
Exclamatory.
A _____ describes what a person thinks about a situation, regardless of whether it is fact-based.
Opinion.
An essay that attempts to persuade the reader is called a _____ essay.
Persuasive.
A noun that indicates ownership of something is a _____ noun.
possessive
The _____ of the sentence contains the verb and its modifiers.
Predicate.
A prefix get added to the _____ of a word.
Beginning.
When we change the word brave to bravest, the last two letters (st) are called a _____.
Suffix.
Exclamation points, periods, and commas are all examples of _____.
Punctuation, or punctuation marks.
The root word of smartest is _____.
Smart.
A sentence has two essential parts: the _____ and the predicate.
Subject.
Cheerful and happy are words with similar meanings. They are not antonyms, but _____.
Synonyms.
Light and dark are not synonyms, but _____.
Antonyms.

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