Whazaam! It’s time for onomatopoeia!
Here’s some practice for passive and active voice.
Students will practice identifying active voice with this printable verbs activity. This worksheet asks students to read through the given sentences and circle the number of each sentence that is in active voice. Ideal for 8th – 10th grade, but can be used where felt appropriate. This activity can be used both at home and in the classroom by parents, teachers, or students.
In this worksheet your student will make a paragraph more interesting with hyperboles.
Your student will match a word with its meaning in this worksheet. There are 12 questions, including words like anonymous, insure, adopt, unanimous and more.
Given is a list of items in the classic Christmas carol “The Twelve Days of Christmas.” Seven of the days have an alliteration in the phrase. Change the items for the alliteration, but use an alliteration of the same letter.
For each of the sentences, students rewrite it by changing an imperative sentence to an interrogative sentence and an interrogative sentence to imperative one.
Students will practice identifying correctly used punctuation in this printable activity. They will be asked to read through the given sentences and circle the number of the sentences that have correct punctuation. Ideal for 6th – 12th grade, but can be used where needed.
Here’s some practice on words that are commonly confused. Students will circle the correct word, practicing the correct usage for word pairs like imaginary and imaginative, principal and principle and more.
Your student will practice working with complex direct objects in this worksheet.
You’ll like this worksheet on compound direct objects!
In this worksheet your student will identify the compound indirect objects.
Here’s some practice on using an ellipsis.
Help your students better understand figurative language with this classroom activity on similes and idioms. Students will practice interpreting different phrases, such as ‘pale as a ghost’ and ‘made my blood run cold’, with this printable worksheet.
This Poe poem has a variety of different figures of speech to analyze.
The puns are intended in this figurative language worksheet!
In this printable activity, your middle school student will write 8 sentences using subject complements.
This middle school worksheet asks students to identify the subject complement.
In this worksheet, students will use the Greek or Latin prefixes abs-/ab- and ig- to create five different English words out of those given in the word bank. After writing five original sentences using the words these words, students will be asked to circle the word word made with the prefix. This is great practice for learning how to use and identify Greek and Latin prefixes!
In this worksheet, students will use the Greek or Latin prefixes bene- and homo- to create five different English words out of those given in the word bank. After writing five original sentences using the words these words, students will be asked to circle the word made with the prefix. This is great practice for learning how to use and identify Greek and Latin prefixes!