Changing a sentence to passive voice is a great way to find a direct object!
The imperative mood is a sentence that gives a command. This mood is common in English sentences. In the blank before the sentence students write IM if the verb is in the imperative mood. Write No if it is not.
With this worksheet, students learn about indicative verbs, writing IN if the verb is in the indicative mood and write No if it is not.
The interrogative mood is a sentence that asks a question. The conditional mood is a sentence that states a possibility. In the blank before the sentence students write INT if the verb is in the interrogative mood. Write CO if it is in the conditional mood.
The subjunctive mood is a sentence that expresses a hope, a doubt, or an imaginary situation. In the blank before the sentence students write SUB if the verb is in the subjunctive mood. Write No if it is not.
Most people exaggerate sometimes. Teach your students about hyperboles and have them complete this worksheet as they learn! Free and printable, it is a must for every classroom.
Have you ever heard someone say “That is an oxymoron!” and not know what they meant? Print out this free worksheet to help teach students what an oxymoron is. They will learn the definition, how to identify, and even write their oxymoron with this free worksheet!
This worksheet helps your student learn to use context clues.
“Nevermore” will you have to look for a middle school worksheet on context clues!
In this middle school activity students will write sentences using subject complements.
In this middle school activity students will write sentences using object complements.