Here’s the full master spelling list for the K12reader high school spelling word program
This worksheet is all about homographs and context clues!
Your student will identify the conjunctive adverbs in this worksheet.
It’s time to spice up a paragraph with some prepositional phrases!
This worksheet features punctuating a quotation inside a quotation.
Let’s substitute a semicolon for a coordinating conjunction!
Here’s some semicolon practice with using them with conjunctive adverbs.
Students read from the first State of The Union address and re-write a portion using modren language.
There are lots of reasons to use a colon!
Your student is asked to name the function of the dependent clause in this worksheet.
The vocabulary is more advanced in this confusing word pairs worksheet. Students will practice with word pairs like elicit/illicit, discreet/discrete and more.
This writing practice asks your student to create sentences using quotation marks.
Now your student gets a chance to write with some easily confused words! Students practice with words like conscious, conscientious, antidote, and anecdote.