CBSE Class 3 English Vocabulary Worksheet Set D

CBSE Class 3 English Practice Worksheets (120) - Vocabulary

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WORKSHEET - 2 (SPELL &VOCAB.)

SPELLINGS

Q1. Unscramble the jumbled words with the help of clues:

1. a w l e h ( a big sea animal) _______________

2. s e o r h ( you can ride on it ) _____________

3. l a c f ( baby animal) _____________________

4. n o m o o g e s ( wild animal) _____________

Q2. Read the list of sound words and circle the ones which you have read in lesson 1 &3.

Q3. Write new words by replacing the underlined letters of the words given below:

a) Instead of cr in cream , write dr,str,t

_____________, _____________, ______________

b) Instead of bl in block , write fl, cl, fr

_____________, ________________, ______________

VOCABULARY

Q1. Write out any five compound words that you use everyday

a) ____________________ = ______________+ _________________

b) ___________________ = _______________ + ________________

c) ___________________ = _______________ + ________________

d) ___________________ = _______________ + ________________

e) ___________________ = _______________ + ________________

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