3rd Grade Common Core: L.3.1a

Common Core Identifier: L.3.1a / Grade: 3
Curriculum: Language: Conventions of Standard English
Detail: Explain the function of nouns, pronouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs in general and their functions in particular sentences.
55 CCSS aligned worksheets found:
Can your students tell which of the underlined words are nouns and which ones are adjectives?
Level: 2nd through 4th Grades
Diagram these basic sentences with nouns (simple subjects), verbs (simple predicates), adverbs, and adjectives.
Level: 2nd through 4th Grades
This diagramming worksheet is tricky because it contains a mix of adjectives, adverbs, and direct objects.
Level: 2nd through 4th Grades
Each statement on this page contains one or more adjectives and/or articles.
Level: 2nd through 4th Grades
Similar to subject/predicate worksheet A, but the sentences are different
Level: 2nd through 4th Grades
Underline the predicate in each sentence.  Then write the action verb on the line.
Level: 2nd through 4th Grades
Read the sentence and determine whether the underlined word is an action verb or a linking verb.
Level: 2nd through 4th Grades
Tell whether each group of words is a subject or predicate. Then use each group of words in a sentence.
Level: 2nd through 4th Grades
These simple sentences each contain one noun and a double predicate with two action verbs.
Level: 2nd through 4th Grades
Underline the helping verb in each sentence.  Circle the main verb.
Level: 1st through 4th Grades
Sensory words- like tastes, looks, smells, sounds, seems- can be action verbs or linking verbs, depending on their context. Use the simple trick to determine which verbs are action verbs and which ones are linking verbs. Advanced level worksheet recommended for grades 5 and up.
Level: 2nd through 4th Grades
These sentences have only two words- a noun and a verb. Create a diagram by separating the subject from the predicate.
Level: 2nd through 4th Grades
Identify the simple subject or simple predicate for each sentence. Also includes review of complete subject and predicate.
Level: 2nd through 4th Grades
Read each sentence and determine the correct part of speech for each underlined word. Each sentence has an underlined noun, verb, or adjective.
Level: 2nd through 4th Grades
Read each set of words and pick the one that is an action verb.
Level: 2nd through 4th Grades
Circle the linking verb in each sentence.
Level: 1st through 3rd Grades
Fill in the correct subject or predicate from the word box; Easier for grades 2-3.
Level: 2nd through 4th Grades
Draw a line under the complete subject; Draw two lines under the complete predicate
Level: 2nd through 4th Grades
For each sentence, identify the simple subject, the linking verb, and the complement of the verb. Advanced grammar worksheet recommended for grades 6 and up.
Level: 2nd through 4th Grades
Diagram the sentences. Each statement has one or two nouns and one or two verbs.
Level: 2nd through 4th Grades
Determine whether the underlined words are a complete subject, a complete predicate, a simple subject, or simple predicate.
Level: 2nd through 4th Grades
Tell whether each underlined word is a noun or a verb.
Level: 2nd through 4th Grades
Read each sentence. Circle the linking verbs. Underline the action verbs. Then match the sentences with the pictures.
Level: 2nd through 4th Grades
Draw one line under the subject & two lines under the predicate; Add the missing subjects and predicates
Level: 2nd through 4th Grades
Read each sentence and underline the verb. If the verb is a linking verb, write the letter L. If it's an action verb, write the letter A.
Level: 2nd through 4th Grades
Part 1:  Circle the action verb in each sentence.  Part 2:  Tell which words are nouns and which ones are action verbs.  2-sided worksheet.
Level: 2nd through 4th Grades
These sentences contain two simple subjects and two simple predicates. Practice diagramming these sentences.
Level: 2nd through 4th Grades
Underline the complete subject and circle the simple subject in each sentence.
Level: 2nd through 4th Grades
In the first part, students draw a line under the action verb. In the second part, they draw a line under the linking verb. This basic-level worksheet is a good introduction to linking verbs.
Level: 2nd through 4th Grades
Read the sentence in each star.  If the sentence contains an action verb, color the star red.  If it contains a linking verb, color the star yellow.
Level: 2nd through 4th Grades
Similar to worksheets a-c, with different sentences
Level: 2nd through 4th Grades
Tell whether the underlined words are the complete subject, complete predicate, simple subject, or simple predicate
Level: 2nd through 4th Grades
Circle the action verb in each of the sentences.
Level: 2nd through 4th Grades
Linking verbs connect a subject to its predicate. Common linking verbs include be, am, is, are, was, were, been, smell, look, taste, feel, and sound.
Level: 2nd through 4th Grades
Identify the verbs and adverbs, then make a diagram.
Level: 2nd through 4th Grades
Unscramble the words to make a complete sentence. Write the sentence on the line and circle the simple subject.
Level: 2nd through 4th Grades
Diagram these sentences. Each one has double subjects, a conjunction, and an action verb.
Level: 2nd through 4th Grades
Sometimes verbs work together. Learn to identify a helping verb and a main verb in a sentence.
Level: 1st through 4th Grades
Read each sentence and identify the linking verb.
Level: 2nd through 4th Grades
These sentences have adjectives, adverbs, or both. Draw a diagram of each sentence.
Level: 2nd through 4th Grades
This is an advanced-level helping verb worksheet. For each sentence, students must identify the main verb and helping verb.
Level: 2nd through 4th Grades
Students color, cut and glue in this grammar activity; Hands-on way of learning about subjects and predicates
Level: 2nd through 4th Grades
Direct Objects are nouns in the predicate that receive the action of verbs. Identify the direct objects and try diagramming the sentences.
Level: 2nd through 4th Grades
Some of these sentences have prepositional phrases that act as adjectives. The rest have prepositional phrases that act as adverbs. Can your students tell which are which?
Level: 2nd through 5th Grades
Sometimes prepositional phrases can act as adverbs. Underline each prepositional phrase. Circle the action verb it describes.
Level: 2nd through 5th Grades
Determine whether the underlined word is a direct object or a complement. Circle the verb in each sentence. This printable worksheet is an excellent advanced grammar activity to introduce direct objects and complements.
Level: 2nd through 4th Grades
Learn all about direct objects, indirect objects, and objects of the preposition with this advanced grammar worksheet. Determine whether the underlined object is a direct object, indirect object, or object of the preposition. An answer key is included.
Level: 2nd through 4th Grades
Learn all about transitive verbs and direct objects in this worksheet. Identify the transitive verbs and direct object in each sentence.
Level: 2nd through 4th Grades
Discover the difference between transitive and intransitive verbs in this worksheet. Determine whether the verb in each sentence is transitive or intransitive. This is an awesome printable grammar worksheet for an advanced grammar lesson.
Level: 2nd through 4th Grades
Learn all about direct objects in this activity. Identify the direct object in each sentence. An answer key is included.
Level: 2nd through 4th Grades
Learn about indirect objects with this printable grammar activity. Underline the indirect object in each sentence. This worksheet would make a great addition to an advanced grammar lesson.
Level: 2nd through 4th Grades
The first sentence in each pair uses a linking verb and adjective. Using the word bank, choose one action verb that can replace the verb phrase. Write the action verb on the blank line.
Level: 2nd through 4th Grades
Identify the direct object and indirect object in each sentence. This grammar worksheet will help your students determine the difference between direct objects and indirect objects. Use this printable activity to go along with an advanced grammar lesson.
Level: 2nd through 4th Grades
Learn all about prepositional phrases and indirect objects. Rewrite each sentence, changing the underlined indirect object into a prepositional phrase. This is a wonderful advanced grammar worksheet!
Level: 2nd through 4th Grades
Identify the preposition, object, and prepositional phrase in each sentence.
Level: 3rd through 5th Grades
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