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Worksheet Library: JumpStart
Grades 3-5

 

Welcome to Education World's Worksheet Library. In this section, we present elementary-level, ready-to-print student worksheets for grades 3-5. All the worksheets in this library were provided to Education World by our partners at JumpStart. (To find worksheets for younger grades, click on the Grade K-2 folder.)

 

                     


Science (School of Dragons)

Match the Moons With Their Phases
What is a Waxing Gibbous Moon? Kids learn this and more.

About Planets
Teach about the planets of our solar system.

Solar and Lunar Eclipses
Learn about these unique celestial phenomena.

All About Clouds
Identify types of clouds by their pictures.

Water Cycle
What goes up must come down--and then go up again.

Tornado Terror
Get the rundown on these frightening forces of nature.

Matter Matters
Answer trivia questions about different forms and states of matter.

Metals vs. Non-Metals
How do metals differ from non-metals? Test your knowledge.

Chicken Egg Labeling
Identify the parts of a chicken egg.

Life Cycle of a Frog
How to frogs develop and grow?

Life Cycle of a Butterfly
How do we get from caterpillar to butterfly?

Plant and Animal Cells
On the diagram, identify the parts of an animal cell.

Photosynthesis Crossword
What do you know about this important plant process?

 

English Language Arts

Word Unscramble Worksheet
Unscramble the words and use them to complete the passage.

Essay Writing: My Family
Students write about a special family member.

Mixed-Up Sentences
Put the words in the correct order and add capitalization and punctuation.

Nouns, Verbs and Adjectives
Students identify nouns, verbs and adjectives.

Parts of Speech
Kids get practice with nouns, pronouns, verbs, adverbs and adjectives.

Reading Comprehension
Read a letter written by a friend and answer the questions.

Subject-Verb Agreement
Choose and write the verb that agrees with the subject in each sentence.

 

Social Studies

Continents and Oceans (geography)
Practice naming the continents and oceans of the world.

States and Capitals
Kids match the capitals with their states.

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