The context clue grid in this worksheet helps your student discover the meaning of unfamiliar words.
Context Clues Worksheets
Part of reading comprehension involves using the other words in a sentence or passage to understand an unknown word. An author often includes hints, or clues, to help the reader expand vocabulary and grasp the meaning of the passage. Skill in using context clues enables a reader to comprehend advance texts. Below are free, printable worksheets to help your student hone this skill. They may be used at home or in class.
Shelley’s “Ode to the West Wind” can help your student understand word meanings with context clues.
A riveting piece of journalism provides the text for this context clue worksheet.
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.
With a passage from “A Secret Garden,” this worksheet helps your student find the meaning of unknown words.
This worksheet includes a grid to help your student determine word meanings.
Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic is the text for this worksheet on context clues.
This worksheet helps your student learn to find the meaning of unknown words with context clues.
Your student will select the word with a similar meaning in this context clue worksheet.
Your student will find the word meanings in the words from “The Velveteen Rabbit.”
This worksheet uses a passage from “Jane Eyre” to develop your student’s skills with context clues.
In this worksheet your student will learn about helpful clue words for finding the meaning of unknown words.
In this worksheet, your student will use context clues as a way to discover the meaning of words.
Hamlet’s encounter with his father’s ghost is the scene for this context clue worksheet.
This worksheet is all about homographs and context clues!
It’s all about spotting the context clues in this worksheet!
Your student will determine the meaning of a word by using context clues in this worksheet.
Let’s learn to use context clues!