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Poems: a mysterious story (meaning and mechanics)

Who is the Traveler? In this language arts worksheet, your child will read the poem aloud and then answer a series of reading comprehension questions about key details, overall meaning, and mechanics of the poem.

Proofreading

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.

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.

Prefixes un- and dis-

In this language arts worksheet, your child practices adding the prefixes un- and dis- to root words to create new words with new meanings.

Addressing letters

Do you know your address? Your school's address? In this language arts worksheet, your children will practice addressing two postcards and writing and drawing information about themselves.

Prefix practice mis-, non-, ex-, co-, anti-

In this language arts worksheet, your child practices adding the prefixes mis-, non-, ex-, co-, and anti- to root words to create new words.

Homophones

Write or right? In this language arts worksheet, your child will look up sets of homophones to learn the definitions of the all the like-sounding (but differently spelled) words.

Conjunctions

Conjunctions are words that join sentences. In this writing worksheet, your child gets practice combining two sentences into one using different conjunctions.

Poems: calligrams

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

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.

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