Nouns can be changed into adjectives easily. Usually, it is as simple as adding a suffix. Can you change the noun, color, into an adjective? Let’s find out as you work through this activity!
Nouns can be changed into verbs easily. Usually, but not always, it is as simple as remvoing a suffix. For example, by removing the suffix off of the noun, subtraction, it turns into the verb, subtract. Let’s see if you can figure out this rest on this printable grammar worksheet!
In this printable Change the Predicate Adjectives worksheet, students will be asked to turn the predicate adjectives into attributive adjectives by changing the given sentences. This is great practice for learning about the different parts of speech! Made easy to print, this activity is perfect for use both at home and in classroom.
The easiest way to change a verb into an adverb is to change the verb into an adjective, then add a suffix to the adjective to turn it into an adverb. For example, you can change the verb, sleep, into an adjective, sleepy, which you can then turn into an adverb, sleepily, by adding a suffix. Students will work through a list of verbs that need to be changed into an adverb with this helpful activity.
In this worksheet you student is asked to join two single subjects into one compound subject.
Let’s join single verbs into a compound verb!
Sometimes good can be beautiful, great, or happy!
In this worksheet your youngster will write alternate words for some overused ones!
Time to pick the correct pronoun to use in a sentence!
In this worksheet, your student will use adjectives to describe a sparkling Christmas tree.
Teach your students the difference between adjectives and adverbs with this Christmas classroom activity.
A fun activity for students to learn the meanings of Christmas words!
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.
This printable worksheet focuses on teaching students about complete predicates. Students will read through the given sentences and circle the number of the sentences that have a complete predicate. This is great practice for 3rd – 5th grade, but can be used where appropriate.
Learn about parts of a sentence with this printable compound predicate worksheet for 3rd – 5th grade students. Students will be asked to read through a series of sentences and circle the number of the sentences that have a compound predicate. This activity is great for practice both at home and in the classroom.
Identify the indirect object in each sentence with this printable worksheet on parts of a sentence. This is great practice for 3rd – 5th grade students to use at home or in the classroom. Click the link below to download and print.
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!
Learn how to better understand unknown words by determining their root! In this worksheet, students will identify the root word and its meaning based on a word that has been given.
It’s time to write times with colons!
Your super sleuth student will add commas to complex sentences in this worksheet.