With this printable Thanksgiving Coloring Activity, students will be asked to fill in each shape which has an adjective in it orange, and fill the other shapes with any color they like. Once all of the shapes are filled in, the picture of a festive turkey!
Verb identification is a very important part of early education! Use the color tan to fill in the shapes that have a verb in them, and use any color you like to fill in the rest. Once you have colored all of the shapes, you’ll see a picture of a bear! Learning about verbs is lots of fun with these worksheets.
Use the color gray to fill in each of the shapes that have a verb in them, and use any color you like to fill in the rest! Once all of the shapes have been colored, students will reveal a picture of a cat! This printable verbs activity makes learning lots of fun.
Use the color orange to fill in the shapes that have a verb in them, and use any color you like to fill in the rest! Once all of the shapes have been filled in, students will reveal a picture of a tiger. Our coloring worksheets make learning about verbs lots of fun!
Use the color blue to fill in each of the shapes with a verb in it, and use any color you like to fill in the rest of the shapes! With this printable classroom activity, students will practice identifying verbs in a way that is lots of fun.
Use the color green to fill in each of the shapes that has a verb in it, and use any color you like to fill in the rest of the shapes! Once all of the shapes are filled in, a picture of beautiful trees will be revealed. With this printable classroom activity, learning about verbs will be lots of fun!
Students love it when they get to try new things. Here is a free comic book template you can print out for your students. Give them a chance to write in a way out of the ordinary!
Your youngster will go in search of the missing subject in this complete sentence worksheet.
Your student will add verbs to the subjects to make a complete sentence.
Young readers discover consonant blends are quite common in this worksheet.
Learn to identify consonant blends with this worksheet!
Bring some holiday fun into the classroom and practice vocabulary and writing skills with this Thanksgiving activity on consonants!
Young students have fun counting syllables while they are practicing phonics and word recognition.
Your young writer will expand simple sentences into compound sentences in this worksheet.
With this printable activity, each student will be asked to read through a series of sentences and fill in each blank with an adjective. This adjectives worksheet is great for use both at home and in the classroom!
Learning how to describe characters can be fun. In this activity, students will read a short paragragh and then draw a picture that matches the description.
This activity asks students to read a paragraph about a man in the room. They will then try to draw the character using the information from the paragraph.
A fun acrostic poem using the word, “earth”. An engaging activity for students in the early elementary grades.
Students write “good” or “bad” next to pictures of items that impact the environment. A great activity for early elementary school ages.
After reading a brief passage about storms, students are prompted to write the main idea and 3 details.