3rd Grade Spelling Worksheets:
Spelling Factory Rules - Adding -ed and -ing to meet the terms of the spelling rules. There are a total of three different rules that you will be presented with and you will just need to apply them.
Bucky's First Day on the Farm - Bucky the goat tries to school us. Complete each sentence by adding -ed to the base vocabulary in front of each sentence.
Write the new word on the line. Which rule did you follow? Color the circle with
the rule's number in it.
The Flying House - Color the balloons as you add -ing to words. Add the suffix ‐ing to each base word. Write what ever you have created on the line. Use the
Color Code to color each balloon.
Words are Multiplying! - This special creature has the power to make new vocabulary. How many new words
can he make from each root base? A special creature of language.
Building a Tree House - We build words with -er and -est endings. Every new term that you
create is a board for the treehouse! Write on the line inside each board.
Witch's Night Out - Add the suffix - able, -less or -ness to each base word. Write the new term on the top of each broomstick.
Bundle Up! - Add the suffix -able, -less or -ness to each base word. Write the word on the line. Use the color code to color the scarf.
A Blizzard! - Write the new term on the line. Use the color code to color the scarves on the snowflakes.
A Day in the Snow - Choose the word that correctly completes each sentence. Circle the best answer. Make sure you choose the word that is spelled correctly!
Mr. Brown - Rewrite the underlined words by adding -ed to the base word, so that the second paragraph is in past tense.
Brown Rabbit Jazz Club - Add the suffix -ed to each base word. Write the new word on the line. Use the Color Code to color the music notes.
Playing Checkers - Add -ing to each root word. Write the new word underneath the root word.
Building New Words - Use the endings in the bricks to build new words from the base words provided.
Feed the Dogs! - Add -ed to the end of each word to create a new word. Write the new word on a line in the correct doghouse.
Sew It Up! - Add -er or -ed to each base word. Write the new word on the line below each scrap of fabric.