Students read from Edgar Allan Poe’s “Annabel Lee” and answer questions.
Students read from Edgar Allan Poe’s “An Enigma” and decipher the name of the woman’s whose name is hidden within the text.
Enhance your students’ writing skills with this fun Father’s Day Biography Poem activity.
Learn about indirect characterization with this printable worksheet on making inferences and understanding character traits. This classroom activity is great for students looking to practice their reading and inferencing skills. Download and print for use both at home or in the classroom.
Encourage your students to learn about America with this Fourth of July Biography Poem activity.
Your students will write a bio poem about George Washington.
When George Washington was a young boy, he made a list of rules for himself. Students choose one of the rules and write what it means.
In this fun classroom activity on Greek root words, students will match each word in Column A with its meaning in Column B! This is great practice for students learning how to identify and define commonly used root words.
Create a bio poem about your own personal ghost with our fun Halloween printable activity!
Students identify misused homophones in the story and write the correct spelling which should have been used.
Can your student spot the appositives in this worksheet?
Teach your students how to organize their writing with this helpful Main Idea Organizer. Students will be asked to complete the worksheet by writing their own main idea, three details, and a summary. This will help your students better understand how to organize their ideas for writing in the future, especially when writing an essay!
This worksheet features a variety of metaphors and similes from Shakespeare for your student to anaylze.
This flowchart helps students identify the correct point of view. They answer “yes” and “no” questions to identify the correct point of view.
There’s no crashing with this onomatopoeia worksheet!
Your student will be humming with this onomatopoeia worksheet!
We’re positive you’ll like this appositive punctuation worksheet!
Students rewrite the Scots spellings of words into Standard English from Robert Burns poem/song, “Auld Lang Syne.”
When a word is as fun to say as onomatopoeia you know your students will have a blast completing this worksheet. Free and printable, students find the onomatopoeia in each sentence and then complete the activity by creating some of their own!
This is a great beginning worksheet for learning about appositives.