Your student will learn about the “where” adverbs in this worksheet.
Your student is asked to add the apostrophes in a variety of sentences in this worksheet.
This worksheet features capital letters and geographical places.
Now it’s time to works on capitalizing holidays and product names!
Sometimes good can be beautiful, great, or happy!
In this worksheet your youngster will write alternate words for some overused ones!
In this worksheet, your student will use adjectives to describe a sparkling Christmas tree.
Ready, Set, Go! See how many words you can make with this holiday lights activity!
Teach your students the difference between adjectives and adverbs with this Christmas classroom activity.
Sleigh, star, snow, stocking. Can you put these Christmas words in alphabetical order? With this fun holiday activity, students will be asked to rewrite the list of words given in their alphabetical order.
With this printable classroom activity, students will be asked to read through a series of sentences and circle the verb within each sentence. For example, find the verb in the following sentence: the dog slept under the bed. Which word is the verb? Let’s find out!
This worksheet challenges your student to select the correct collective nouns for animals.
Here’s some more practice on collective nouns!
It’s time to write times with colons!
Your student will be better at adverbs after completing this comparative adverb chart!
Here’s a game to help your student learn about compound words.
Time to create some compound words!
Tell whether the underlined noun is countable or uncountable.
Time to get creative with collective nouns!
What’s the scary fish with a sharp teeth and a large fin? Your student will practice describing a picture using adjectives.