Free, Printable nonfiction text features posters to use on your class bulletin board or as a handout or as a PowerPoint presentation. Includes 20 posters of the different text feature elements.
4th and 5th Grade Worksheets
The 4th-5th grade band materials support student learning for students at both the fourth and fifth grade levels. Many items can be used to teach basic skills that will be necessary for fourth and fifth graders to master reading, writing, and spelling skills. Locating materials by grade band can help you with students who are progressing more quickly than their grade level with their skills mastery, but it can also help with students who are still working on the core skills from a previous grade, as well as a mixed classroom of multiple learners. Below are free, printable worksheets, which are ready to be used or duplicated for home or classroom.
Students love it when they get to try new things. Here is a free comic book template you can print out for your students. Give them a chance to write in a way out of the ordinary!
A fun acrostic poem using the word, “earth”. An engaging activity for students in the early elementary grades.
This includes all 1,000 Fry Words from the 1st – 10th levels.
Find your way through the crazy Mayan maze with this Hispanic heritage activity!
A fun bouquet of flowers that students can color, with a message area on the other side. A great Mother’s Day activity.
With this worksheet, you will encourage your students to make academic goals for themselves to pursue throughout the school year.
Here’s an informative writing prompt for your youngster.
Now it’s time to turn the state abbreviation into the full name.
Write the correct tense of the action verb to match the rest of the sentence.
In this activity, students choose a phrasal verb from the word bank that best completes the sentence.
Have you ever been trick or treated? Help Matt and Ava finish telling their story about trick or treated with this fun writing worksheet!
Comprehension is strengthend through practice. Here is a worksheet about Elijah McCoy for students to read and answer the questions.
Born into slavery, it was not until the end of the Civil War in 1865 that George became free. Students will read and answer questions based on George Washington Carver in this worksheet.
Granville Woods died in 1910. He contributed much to the electrical world with his inventions, ideas, and devices. Students will read about his life and answer questions in this comprehension activity.
Students can learn about African American inventor Lewis Latimer with this worksheet. First, they will read an excerpt and then answer questions to test comprehension.
Here is a reading activity for students to learn about Patricia Bath. Following the reading, students will answer a few questions to help comprehension.
January, February, March, and April! We know this is the correct order of the months at the beginning of the year, but can you put all of the months in order alphabetically? Keep your students engaged as they learn about alphabetizing and practicing the months of the year.
How do you get from Hen to Pig? Students have fun getting creative with this word ladder worksheet about animals!
Your student is asked to add the apostrophes in a variety of sentences in this worksheet.