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.
Bring some fun into the classroom with our creative Autumn word search activity ideal for elementary school students!
Students will further develop their creative writing skills with this Autumn writing prompt activity. This is a great worksheet to keep your students’ creativity flowing!
Explore the interests of your new students by having them participate in this fun back to school activity.
Practice connecting words through using a word ladder on this fun and educational back to school activity.
This “Back to School Word Search” activity is a great way to introduce your students to the new school year.
An exciting, interactive activity, “Back to School Scavenger Hunt” helps students observe and learn about their new classroom.
Climb the ladder from Hat to Tip and then from Pie to Eat! Students develop vocabulary skills as they complete the activity.
An excerpt from Alice in Wonderland is a great tool to help students understand cause and effect. Not only will they enjoy reading, but when you print out this activity they will also identify the cause and effect. Have tehm share with the class when yhey are finished!
Matching cause and effect make this worksheet a valuable resource for your students. Several examples are given. Your students will match each effect with the correct cause with this free printable worksheet.
Your student will discover one little word can make a big difference in a sentence!
Adjectives can be changed into nouns easily. Usually, but not always, it is as simple as removing the suffix. Can you change the adjective, colorful, into a noun? Let’s find out as you work through this activity!
Nouns can be changed into adjectives easily. Usually, it is as simple as adding a suffix. Can you change the noun, color, into an adjective? Let’s find out as you work through this activity!
Nouns can be changed into verbs easily. Usually, but not always, it is as simple as remvoing a suffix. For example, by removing the suffix off of the noun, subtraction, it turns into the verb, subtract. Let’s see if you can figure out this rest on this printable grammar worksheet!
In this printable Change the Predicate Adjectives worksheet, students will be asked to turn the predicate adjectives into attributive adjectives by changing the given sentences. This is great practice for learning about the different parts of speech! Made easy to print, this activity is perfect for use both at home and in classroom.
The easiest way to change a verb into an adverb is to change the verb into an adjective, then add a suffix to the adjective to turn it into an adverb. For example, you can change the verb, sleep, into an adjective, sleepy, which you can then turn into an adverb, sleepily, by adding a suffix. Students will work through a list of verbs that need to be changed into an adverb with this helpful activity.
Sometimes good can be beautiful, great, or happy!
Students will read two character descriptions of characters in the short story, Rikki-Tikki-Tavi and answer related questions.