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High School Worksheets
Below you'll find free, printable high school worksheets on a variety of reading topics. Click on the activity title to read more about each one or to download the printable PDF. All printable activities are free to duplicate for home or classroom use.
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.
Here’s some practice for understanding adverbial phrases.
Here’s a creative writing prompt that will move your student through time and space.
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’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.
Poet Rudyard Kipling offers an alternative perspective on the American Revolution in this worksheet on point of view.
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.
Students read a passage from Act II Scene 2 from Romeo and Juliet, and write the main idea and supporting ideas.
Students write the main idea and supporting ideas after reading a few passages about solar eclipses.
Students read a few paragraphs about the Magna Carta and write the main idea and two supporting ideas on the lines provided.