This writing worksheet is a journey of discovery.
High School Worksheets
The 9th-12th grade band materials support student learning for students at the ninth, tenth, eleventh, or twelfth grade levels. Many items can be used to teach basic skills that will be necessary for ninth through twelfth 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.
In this worksheet about the famous Christmas poem “A Visit from St. Nicholas,” your student will find the similes and metaphors.
In this worksheet your student will add dependent clauses to add interest.
These dependent clauses are looking for an independent clause!
Here’s some practice for understanding adverbial phrases.
Here’s a creative writing prompt that will move your student through time and space.
This punctuation worksheet features using brackets with edited quotations.
Now let’s work on brackets to clarify meanings.
Colons are colossal in this worksheet on punctuating lists!
Here is some practice on using colons with explanations.
This worksheet features using colons as an introduction to a quotation.
Conjunctive adverbs can work like a conjunction when they connect independent clauses.
Here’s a high school drill for using context clues for finding word meanings.
“Julius Caesar” is the text for this context clue worksheet.
A passage from “A Tale of Two Cities” is the focus for this context clues worksheet.
After reading a passage from “Call of the Wild” by Jack London, students write the main idea and two supporting ideas.
Students read a passage from the book, David Copperfield, and write the main idea and two supporting ideas.
A worksheet about the major art movements. Students write the main idea and 4 supporting ideas.
Students read a passage from the book, Moby Dick by Herman Melville, and write down the main idea and two supporting ideas.
Students read a passage from O Pioneers! by Willa Cather and write down the main idea and supporting ideas.