In this language arts worksheet, your child learns about two types of poems that need specific numbers of syllables in each line - haiku and cinquain - and then tries writing each type of poem.
Why was this letter written and what does the writer want? In this language arts worksheet, children will read a protest letter and then answer questions about the letter's intent, the reasons given, the form of expression, and whether or not the argument will be...
How many words can you make from the word transport? In this language arts worksheet, children will get points for every word (following the rules, of course) that they can create using the letters t-r-a-n-s-p-o-r-t.
Do you know how to make regular and irregular nouns plural? This language arts worksheet gives your child practice making nouns that end in consonants, vowels, -s, -sh, -ch, -f, -ly, -ry, -ty, -ay, -ey, and -oy plural.
These are nicknames for longer names and words. In this language arts worksheet, your child gets practice looking up longer words, writing words in alphabetical order, and deciphering acronyms.
A dictionary tells you a word's origins. When words come from other languages, they often have unfamiliar letter combinations. In this language arts worksheet, your child will practice using a dictionary to find the origins of 20 words.
In this language arts worksheet, your child gets practice correctly using apostrophes to show possession.
Imagine that there's a machine adding -ing to verbs! In this language arts worksheet, your child gets practice writing verbs in the infinitive and the present continuous (or present progressive) tense.
Each of these words has a suffix - can you remove it? In this language arts worksheet, your child gets practice recognizing root words and suffixes and gets practice combining each to create new words.
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.