Practice reading and writing skills with this printable verb worksheet focusing on infinitive phrase. Students will be asked to read through the given sentences and circle the number of each sentence that contains an infinitive phrase. Ideal for 7th – 9th grade students, but can be used where appropriate.
Can your student spot the visual irony in the pictures in this worksheet?
Most people exaggerate sometimes. Teach your students about hyperboles and have them complete this worksheet as they learn! Free and printable, it is a must for every classroom.
Here is a worksheet to print out for your students learning about irony! irony is a statement where the actual meaning is different from the literal meaning or a situation where the result is different than expected. WIth different examples given, students are asked to explain the irony in different phrases as well as come up with examples of their own.
Have you ever heard someone say “That is an oxymoron!” and not know what they meant? Print out this free worksheet to help teach students what an oxymoron is. They will learn the definition, how to identify, and even write their oxymoron with this free worksheet!
Your students will read one of William Butler Yeat’s poems, “The Lake Isle of Innisfree”, and answer questions.
This writing worksheet is a journey of discovery.
Charles Dickens wrote A Tale of Two Cities which was published in 1859. Students read the passage and answer questions.
In this worksheet about the famous Christmas poem “A Visit from St. Nicholas,” your student will find the similes and metaphors.
Go behind the scenes of the Continental Congress with this point of view worksheet on Abigail Adam’s letter to her husband, John.
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.
Your student will analyze the main character from the classic novel, “The Red Badge of Courage” in this worksheet.
Your student will discover Winston Churchill’s gift of oratory in this worksheet.
Colons are colossal in this worksheet on punctuating lists!
Here is some practice on using colons with explanations.