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Colons, semicolons, and dashes

In this grammar worksheet, your child learns how to write sentences using a colon, semicolon, or dash.

Silly spoonerisms!

Did you hear the roar-bell ding? W.A. Spooner accidentally invented spoonerisms by mixing up the sounds in words. In this language arts worksheet, your child will decipher each mixed-up phrase and write it correctly.

Homophones and homographs

Homophones are words that sound the same but are spelled differently and have a different meaning. Homographs are words that sound the same and are spelled the same but have a different meaning. In this language arts worksheet, your child will fill in the missing...

Active and passive sentences

In this language arts worksheet, your child learns about active and passive voice and gets practice rewriting sentences to change them from passive to active and vice versa.

Following instructions

Can you do this experiment? In this worksheet, your child will read the instructions, put them in order by creating a flow chart, organize the elements of the experiment - and then do the experiment and write a report about it. Bonus: your child will do...

Word-building riddles

Your child will love being a letter-detective to solve these riddles. In this language arts worksheet, your child reads each sentence and uses the clues to find the answer to each riddle.

Making metaphors

How many metaphors can you find in this poem? In this language arts worksheet, your child learns to spot metaphors, determine their meaning from context, write them as similes, and decide which metaphors are most effective and why. Bonus: your child gets practice writing poetry...

Compound sentences

Simple sentences can become compound sentences by adding a clause. In this writing worksheet, your child gets practice building and understanding simple, compound, and complex sentences.

Punctuating a paragraph

Can you edit this paragraph so that it makes sense? In this writing worksheet, your child will edit a paragraph by adding capital letters and proper punctuation where needed. Bonus: your child will practice writing a paragraph with dialogue using quotation marks, too.

Putting sentences in order

Can you fix this paragraph? It's all out of order! In this language arts worksheet, your child will put the sentences into logical order and then rewrite the paragraph using compound and complex sentences.

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