All about the five W's and the H! In this language arts worksheet, your child learns the best words to start questions: who, what, when, where, why, and how. For each sample question, your child will write the right question word at the beginning and...
In this language arts worksheet, your child learns about using commas to separate words in lists and practices writing sentences using commas.
A calligram is a type of shape poem that uses the form of letters to add to the meaning. In this writing worksheet, your children will read two calligrams and then create their own.
Editing is an important step that follows writing. In this language arts worksheet, your child gets practice deleting extra or unneccessary words and then rewriting the new, shorter sentences.
Learning verbs! In this grammar worksheet, your child learns that verbs are doing and being words, picks verbs out of a list, and completes sentences with the appropriate verb.
What did you do today? In this language arts worksheet, your child gets practice looking up words in a dictionary, writing words in alphabetical order, and drawing.
It's the opposite! In this language arts worksheet, your child gets practice identifying antonyms such as on/off, light/dark, and night/day.
In this language arts worksheet, your child practices adding the prefixes un- and dis- to root words to create new words with new meanings.
Ready to read about a very unusual baby? In this reading worksheet, your child will read a story and then describe the main character, predict what might happen next, and identify the author.
These riddles need editing! In this language arts worksheet, your child gets practice identifying where capital letters, commas, quotation marks, and other punctuation marks are needed to make the riddles easier to read.