Days can become shorter when you use an abbreviation!
Circle the action verbs. Cross out the words that are not action verbs.
Circle the subject and underline the verb in each sentence.
Your student will use the 5 Ws and an H to expand the sentences.
If you aren’t tall, then what are you? Your youngster will practice finding the antonym of adjectives in this worksheet.
The articles “a” and “an” can change because of a simple adjective. Your youngster will practice using these important articles in this worksheet.
This worksheet focuses on capitalizing the first word of a sentence.
Capitalize the proper nouns from the story.
Is ice cream tasty or noisy? Your student can practice using the correct adjective in a sentence in this worksheet.
Write Common or Proper on the line next to each noun. Then, write three of each.
Your youngster will go in search of the missing subject in this complete sentence worksheet.
Your student will add verbs to the subjects to make a complete sentence.
In this colorful worksheet your youngster will work with the conjunction “and.”
Here’s a worksheet on the common conjunction “or.”
This preposition game uses prepositions for places.
Your student will create sentences with this fun preposition game!
Your young writer will expand simple sentences into compound sentences in this worksheet.
Months and days are the focus of this capitalization worksheet.
Your student will practice writing declarative sentences in this worksheet.
Circle the demonstrative pronoun in each sentence.