Your youngster can practice using then and than in this worksheet.
This worksheet on frequently confused words features too, to, and two.
With this iteration of the idiom worksheets, your student will use a word bank to complete sentences. Your students will no longer ask, “what is an idiom” after completing this iteration of the idiom worksheets.
In this activity students learn about the future continuous verb tense by circling the future continuous verb in sentences, and filling in the blank.
In this activity students learn about the past continuous verb tense by circling the past continuous verb in sentences, and filling in the blank.
In this activity students learn about the present continuous verb tense by circling the present continuous verb in sentences, and filling in the blank.
What is an idiom? Ours idiom worksheets will help your students understand how to use them correctly. This one is great for just starting on learning what is an idiom.
The job was a breeze. Casey is a night owl. These are examples of metaphors. Print out this free worksheet and have your students identify the metaphors as well as come up with their own.
He was snug as a bug in a rug. Similes are a lot of fun to write! Print out this free worksheet and see what your students come up with! Have them share with the class for even more fun!
Whether it’s the weather clouds or the wether’s wool, it’s sure to be a great practice!
A homophone worksheet that prompts students to select the correct homophone for each sentence.
For this preposition worksheet, students read the sentence, circle the preposition and underline the prepositional phrase.
This is a great beginning worksheet for learning about appositives.
A preposition worksheet that prompts students to select the correct “piece” of the sentence that contains the preposition.
Your student will decide which is a metaphor and which is a simile in this worksheet.
Now it’s time to work on two frequently confused words: who’s and whose.
Will your student win the war of won and one?
Similes are fun to write, especially in this Christmas themed worksheet! Along with similes, students will also write a sentence using metaphors.
Your youngster will add one or two prepositional phrases to a sentence in this worksheet.
A riveting piece of journalism provides the text for this context clue worksheet.