In studying Galactic open clusters based on LAMOST DR3, we deliberately selected several nearby cluster, which have relatively large projection area and reliable proper motion measurements. For each cluster, we firstly determine the typical proper motion distribution profiles in the cluster-core and the outskirt region, respectively, and perform field-star decontamination on the cluster area. We then calculate kinematic membership probability for each star in the cluster area and cross-match the highly probable members with LAMOST DR3 spectral catalog. Based on enhanced signal of cluster-member radial velocity distribution emerging from the whole field, we have also obtained reliable radial velocity membership probability for each star. Finally, we perform isochrones fitting with MCMC technique to study basic properties of these cluster, including age, metallicity, and distance modulus.