Learning about the order of adjectives is important to improving writing skills. On this worksheet, students will read between two sets of adjectives with a noun and will be asked to circle the phrase that has the adjectives written in their correct order. Ideal for 3rd – 5th grade, but can be used where appropriate.
Learning about the order of adjectives is an important part of improving writing skills. With this printable parts of speech activity, students will read through a series of sentences and be asked to fill in the blanks with the given adjectives in their correct order. Ideal for 3rd – 5th grade, but can be used where appropriate.
Remembering the order of adjectives can be tricky! This printable worksheet lists a group of adjectives and asks students to create a sentence including the given adjectives in their correct order. This is great practice for students wanting to improve their writing skills.
Students read each sentence and determine if the preposition is part of a phrasal verb or part of a prepositional phrase.
In this activity, students select a word in the word bank to complete the phrasal verb.
This prefix chart is helpful both at home and in the classroom for learning how to use and identify common Greek and Latin prefixes.
This suffix chart is helpful both at home and in the classroom for learning how to use and identify common Greek and Latin suffixes. Ideal for Second through Fifth grade students.
Can you correct the capitalization errors on this printable nouns worksheet? Some of them are tricky! Start practicing with our printable noun capitalization activity. This capitalization worksheet is ideal for 3rd – 6th grade students who are working to improve their reading and writing skills, but can be used where appropriate.
For your beginning grammarian, this game asks her to match the punctuation symbol with the word.
This fun match game helps young students recognize punctuation symbols.
A root word is a word that can be made into a new word by adding a prefix or a suffix. Use this word chart to help your students identify and use common root words.
Bring some fun into the classroom with this educational word scramble on root words! Match the prefixes and suffixes with the appropriate root.
Practice recognizing homophones with this printable activity. Students will be asked to read through sentences and circle the number of the sentences that use homophones correctly. Ideal for 3rd – 5th grade, but can be used where appropriate.
In this St. Patrick’s Day activity, students match words connected with Ireland to its meaning.
Plymouth, harvest, Mayflower, Stuffing. Can you put these Thanksgiving words in alphabetical order? Practice rewriting words in alphabetical order with this holiday themed classroom activity!
This printable Thanksgiving Synonym Match activity is perfect for keeping your students engaged in the classroom around the holidays. The…
“They’re,” “their” and “there” are the focus of this worksheet.
This worksheet features those commonly misused words, “its” and “it’s.”
The apostrophe makes all the difference in this worksheet on “your” and “you’re.”
This worksheet lays the groundwork for understanding double negatives in sentences.