In this worksheet, students will use the Greek or Latin suffixes -phile and -osis to create five different English words out of those given in the word bank. After writing five original sentences using the words these words, students will be asked to circle the word made with the suffix. This is great practice for learning how to use and identify Greek and Latin suffixes!
Your students will enjoy practicing the alphabet as they color these Block Capital Letter Activities! This booklet includes all twenty-six letters of the alphabet on individual worksheets in order to provide variety and flexibility with use.
Get creative as you learn about the alphabet in your classroom with our Printable Block Upper and Lowercase Letters! This booklet includes each of the twenty-six letters of the alphabet on individual worksheets, which provides variety and flexibility for parents and teachers using these activities. Both the uppercase and lowercase form of each letter is included on every page.
Make new words by adding a letter to the beginning of existing words! Helps to develop phonological awareness.
If you aren’t tall, then what are you? Your youngster will practice finding the antonym of adjectives in this worksheet.
Young learners will enjoy completing a maze for each letter and learning their ABCs at the same time! Each alphabet worksheet includes 4 letters.
This alphabet worksheet asks students to complete the missing letter on the alphabet train! It’s a fun way to reinforce learning the ABCs.
Students will have fun learning their ABCs with these animal-themed alphabet flash cards. The flash cards include all 26 letters of the alphabet.
Teach your elementary school students how to look for vowels with this interactive Autumn Leaves worksheet.
This long and short vowel worksheet is flying high!
This worksheet takes your student into the clouds while learning about vowels!
It’s up, up and away with this balloon-themed vowel worksheet!
Your student will rise to new heights with this colorful vowel worksheet.
“In this beginning sounds worksheet, students practice the primary sounds of the
letters A, B, C and D and write the first letter of the word that matches the fun picture. “
In this beginning sounds phonics worksheet, students practice the primary sounds of the letters E, F, G and H and write the first letter of the word that matches the fun picture.
With this beginning sounds worksheet your student will practice the primary sounds of the letters I, J, K and L by writing the first letter for a word that matches the picture.
Students will have fun completing the words that match the charming pictures in this beginning sounds worksheet. She’ll also be practicing the primary sounds for M, N, O and P!
A beginning sounds worksheet where students practice the primary sounds of Q, R,S, and T by matching the first letter of words to the pictures.
U, V, W and Z are at the very end of the alphabet, but they are important beginning sounds for students to learn! In this beginning sounds worksheet, he’ll write the first letter of the word that matches the picture.
This Christmas activity will help your students in learning how to find a vowel by using names on a Christmas stocking!