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Poems: a mysterious story (pronouns)

The writer avoids pronouns by repeating the nouns. In this language arts worksheet, your child will get practice identifying nouns and pronouns by comparing and contrasting a section of a poem with pronouns replacing nouns.

Vowel sounds: ough

These words are spelled the same, but they sound different! In this reading worksheet, your child gets practice sounding out, writing, and finding rhyming pairs for words with ough in them.

Vowel sounds: ou

Same letters, different sounds! In this reading worksheet, your child gets practice sounding out, writing, and finding rhyming pairs for words with ou in them.

Using a dictionary: root words

Look it up! In this language arts worksheet, your child will practice using a dictionary to look up words with similar roots, write short definitions, and create new words from a list of root words.

Suffixes -ible, -able, -ive, and -ion

A suffix is a group of letters added to the end of a root word. In this language arts worksheet, your child gets practice adding four common suffixes to root words and checking the spelling in the dictionary.

Punctuation practice

What are these punctuation marks called - and how are they used? In this writing and editing worksheet, your child gets practice identifying and using commas, semicolons, quotation marks, exclamation marks, colons, and dashes while editing a paragraph.

Silent w

All of these words begin with a silent w. In this writing worksheet, your child will identify nine words with a silent w and then write a complete sentence using each word. Bonus: can you find more words that start with a silent w?

Reading comprehension: myth about thunderstorms

This myth is from the Aboriginal people of Australia. In this reading and writing worksheet, your child will read a short myth and then answer questions about the story.

Reading comprehension: myth about fire

This myth is from the Aboriginal people of Australia. In this reading and writing worksheet, your child will read a short myth and then answer questions about the story.

Reading comprehension: thunder and lightning

Here is a scientific description of thunder and lightning. In this language arts worksheet, your child will read an informational passage and then answer questions about what happened and practice replacing descriptive words.

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