Commonly Confused Words Worksheet: Allowed vs. Aloud

About this Worksheet:

Allowed and aloud sound alike, but their meanings are different. Allowed is the past tense of the verb to allow meaning to permit. Aloud is an adverb meaning making sound with the voice.
Use these printable worksheets to help you decide to use allowed or aloud to complete each sentence. You may find it helpful for Common Core Standards for Language for 4th grade, although it may also be useful for other students.