In this activity, students choose a phrasal verb from the word bank that best completes the sentence.
Alliteration is where two or more words start with the same sound. Here is an example: a happy house. In this Parts of Speech Workheet, students will be asked to change an adjective or noun in each phrase in order to make the phrase an alliteration. This activity is easy to print for both in home or classroom use!
While many adverbs end in -ly, some adjectives do also! Students pracitce distinguishing between the adjectives and the adverbs in this worksheet.
Have you ever been trick or treated? Help Matt and Ava finish telling their story about trick or treated with this fun writing worksheet!
It’s time to adjust those adjectives so they are adverbs!
It’s amazing that adding -ly to an adjective can make a word an adverb!
Underline the adjective or noun.
Your student will write sentences that include an adverb of frequency in this worksheet.
An alliteration is a group of two or more words that start with the same sound. Here is an example: the lazy lion. In this printable activity, students will change an adjective or noun in each phrase in order to make that phrase an alliteration. Sounds tricky, but you can do it!
Teach your students about the many different Native American dwellings as you celebrate Native American Heritage Month in the classroom. With this printable worksheet, students will be asked to put each type of dwelling in alphabetical order. This activity is ideal for 2nd – 4th grade, but can be used where appropriate.
Here, you’ll find a printable Hanukkah activity that will keep your students focused in the classroom around the holidays. Students will be given a list of words relating to Hanukkah, and will be asked to put them in alphabetical order. Ideal for 2nd – 4th grade, but can be used where appropriate.
Students will learn about the many different Hispanic countries with this printable activity as they are asked to put each the countries in alphabetical order. This printable Hispanic Countries worksheet is ideal for 2nd – 4th grade, but can be used where appropriate.
January, February, March, and April! We know this is the correct order of the months at the beginning of the year, but can you put all of the months in order alphabetically? Keep your students engaged as they learn about alphabetizing and practicing the months of the year.
How about a great adverb worksheet!
Here’s a worksheet that focuses on one important use of an adverb.
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.
In this worksheet your student will work on capitalizing the important words in a title.
Your student will discover one little word can make a big difference in a sentence!
Adjectives can be changed into nouns easily. Usually, but not always, it is as simple as removing the suffix. Can you change the adjective, colorful, into a noun? Let’s find out as you work through this activity!