Ch 10: Language Arts Games for 3rd Grade

About This Chapter

The language arts games for 3rd grade in this chapter can bring your lessons to life. Ensure your students understand context clues, verbs, pronouns, vocabulary and more while increasing their classroom participation.

Language Arts Games for 3rd Grade - Chapter Summary

Are you looking for fun language arts games you can use to boost the knowledge of your 3rd graders? You've reached the right place! This chapter is filled with entertaining games and activities designed to reinforce the language arts concepts you've covered in class. Access ideas you can add to your lesson plans, and benefit from thorough instructions that can bring the games to life. Among the games and other resources included in this chapter are the following:

  • Reading comprehension and spelling games
  • Games for vocabulary, context clues and reading
  • Verb and pronoun games
  • 3rd grade games for typing and journal prompts
  • Common Core reading passage examples

Navigate this chapter in any sequence you desire to pick the games you believe will best reach your 3rd graders. These teacher resources are accessible anytime from your computer, smartphone or tablet.

How It Helps

  • Offers game instructions: Benefit from thorough instructions that can help you easily teach students how to play the games.
  • Shares required materials: This chapter describes the materials you will need to acquire to play the games in the classroom.
  • Provides learning objectives: Game descriptions include the language arts concepts your students should understand after playing the games.

Skills Covered

Upon completion of this chapter, you will be ready to:

  • Incorporate games for 3rd grade reading comprehension, spelling and vocabulary into your lesson plans
  • Teach your students context clues, verbs and pronouns through fun games
  • Enhance your students' ability to read, type and write in journals
  • Meet 3rd grade language arts Common Core standards

14 Lessons in Chapter 10: Language Arts Games for 3rd Grade
3rd Grade Reading Comprehension Games

1. 3rd Grade Reading Comprehension Games

Third graders are at an exciting place as readers and are often ready to focus with new intensity on comprehension. This lesson gives you some good ideas for games that will deepen your students' understanding of the texts they are working with.

Spelling Games for 3rd Grade

2. Spelling Games for 3rd Grade

Spelling is a necessary skill for third graders to practice. It leads to better self-expression, reading and writing throughout elementary school and beyond. These collaborative games add an element of fun to spelling practice.

3rd Grade Vocabulary Games

3. 3rd Grade Vocabulary Games

Teaching students vocabulary is a great way to help them with reading comprehension and critical thinking. This lesson gives you some ideas for great vocabulary games to move your third graders along.

Context Clues Games for 3rd Grade

4. Context Clues Games for 3rd Grade

Learning to understand the meaning of words from context clues is so important for being able to build vocabulary. This lesson gives you some ideas of games you can play with your third graders to teach them context clues.

Reading Games for 3rd Grade

5. Reading Games for 3rd Grade

Third graders are often on the verge of really taking off as readers. As teachers, we want to keep them engaged and interested and push their thinking to new levels. These games will help you get your third grade readers excited about their reading.

Verb Games for 3rd Grade

6. Verb Games for 3rd Grade

Learning verbs is an important part of language development. Help your students enjoy the process, by playing some of these verb games appropriate for third graders.

Pronoun Games for 3rd Grade

7. Pronoun Games for 3rd Grade

Teaching students to use pronouns appropriately can be tricky, and some students require a lot of practice. The games in this lesson will help you teach your third graders what pronouns are, and how to use them correctly when speaking and writing.

3rd Grade Typing Games

8. 3rd Grade Typing Games

Typing is an incredibly valuable skill these days, and vital to life in the 21st century. Help your students gain these necessary skills, and make the process fun, by trying some of these third grade typing games.

3rd Grade Journal Prompts

9. 3rd Grade Journal Prompts

Third grade students are required to write daily in a variety of ways. Asking students to journal is a great way to have them practice and develop their writing skills. This lesson gives you ideas for prompts to keep at your fingertips.

Common Core Reading Passage Examples for 3rd Grade

10. Common Core Reading Passage Examples for 3rd Grade

Getting students to meet the Common Core State Standards can be challenging. This lesson will help you by providing ideas for readings that will help your third graders meet the standards.

Preposition Activities & Games

11. Preposition Activities & Games

Do students in your classroom need to learn prepositions and prepositional phrases? Use these games and activities to reinforce taught skills in a fun way.

Nonfiction Activities for Kids

12. Nonfiction Activities for Kids

It is so important for students to be able to read nonfiction with strong comprehension. This lesson offers activities that will help you get your students to be expert nonfiction readers.

Read Aloud Activities for Elementary School

13. Read Aloud Activities for Elementary School

Reading aloud to your students is one of the best ways you can keep them engaged with literacy while also building community. The activities in this lesson can be used with elementary school students with any read aloud text.

Book Project Ideas for 3rd Grade

14. Book Project Ideas for 3rd Grade

In this resource, you will find a variety of book projects for your third grade students to complete. These projects will be completed individually and in groups, and will allow students to dig deeper into the characters, plot and themes of books.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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