Women have not always been able to vote. Here is a worksheet about the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution for students to learn more!
It is important to learn all the different types of figurative language. Using them correctly makes for a strong and interesting paper. Idioms are one way to bring something unique to your writing. Here is a free printable worksheet to help your students understand how to use them correctly.
The job was a breeze. Casey is a night owl. These are examples of metaphors. Print out this free worksheet and have your students identify the metaphors as well as come up with their own.
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!
He was snug as a bug in a rug. Similes are a lot of fun to write! Print out this free worksheet and see what your students come up with! Have them share with the class for even more fun!
Week 17 Reading Comprehension (D-17). An activity about how ocean waves affected the rth American coastline. Cross-Curricular Focus: Earth Science.
Week 25 Reading Comprehension (E-25). A reading passage about water’s three different forms or states: solid, liquid, gas. Cross-Curricular Focus: Earth Science.
Week 23 Reading Comprehension (E-23). A reading segment about earth’s most precious resource. Cross-Curricular Focus: Earth Science.
Whether it’s the weather clouds or the wether’s wool, it’s sure to be a great practice!
Students write the correct homograph in the blank, to complete the sentence
A homophone worksheet that prompts students to select the correct homophone for each sentence.
These sentences will help your student learn to draw conclusions.
In this worksheet your student will make inferences based on a picture.
Week 14 Reading Comprehension (D-14). An activity about glaciers and what they leave behind when the move. Cross-Curricular Focus: Earth Science.
Your student will decide what happens next in this inference worksheet.
A metaphor worksheet that prompts students read each sentence and explain what the metaphor compares
For this preposition worksheet, students read the sentence, circle the preposition and underline the prepositional phrase.
A simile worksheet that prompts students to describe a word and then use both the word and description to create a simile.
This is a great beginning worksheet for learning about appositives.
Clues and conclusions are the focus of this worksheet.