Worksheets for 3rd Grade Common Core Standard: L.3.1

Language: Conventions of Standard English: L.3.1.: Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing or speaking. This standard suggests students understand the function of nouns, pronouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs as well as regular and irregular nouns/verbs, abstract nouns, comparative and superlative adjectives, and other conventions and sentence types. Refer to this official Common Core Standard page for more information.


Adjective or Adverb

While many adverbs end in -ly, some adjectives do also! Students pracitce distinguishing between the adjectives and the adverbs in this worksheet.


Change Adjectives into Adverbs

It’s not magic; adjectives can be turned into adverbs! Your student will change them with ease after this worksheet.


Comparative Adjectives

Is it small or smaller? Smart or smarter? Comparative adjectives compare two things. Your student can practice using this important adjective form in this worksheet. Use it with 3rd grade Core Standards Conventions of Standard English or with other grades as needed.


Comparative or Superlative?

This worksheet covers both comparative and superlative adjectives. Your student must decide which form of an adjective is best in each sentence.


Guess a Noun

Use the descriptions to guess which noun he is describing


Identifying Adjectives 2

Which is the noun and which is the adverb? Students determine which is which in this worksheet.


Identifying Adjectives 4

This worksheet will help your student develop his grammar skills by identifying the adjective and the noun it modifies.


Missing Nouns

Read the story. Write an appropriate noun onto each blank line to complete the story


Nouns as Direct Objects

Underline the verb that shows the action, and circle the direct object that receives the action.


Proper Adjectives

Whether it’s French fries or Swiss cheese, proper adjectives add a special flavor to language. Your student will practice using proper adjectives in this worksheet.


Superlative Adjectives

This worksheet isn’t just good, it’s the best! Your student will practice writing the superlative form of adjectives.


What’s Being Compared?

Your student will circle the comparative or superlative adjective in each sentence, then identify the noun it modifies.