Writing letters c and o
In this early writing worksheet, your child practices tracing and writing lowercase letters c and o.
This math worksheet helps your child understand place value by writing 4-digit numbers as numerals (e.g. 2,486) and in words (e.g. two thousand, four hundred, eighty-six).
Writing practice: alternatives to "said"
The writer quotes people, but doesn't use the word "said" once. In this language arts worksheet, your child will read the passage to find all the words the author used instead of "said" and write words that can be used to mean "said" and "asked." Then, your child will practice locating and writing the title and author of the book this passage comes from.
Writing recipes: pizza
The instructions in this recipe are out of order. In this language arts worksheet, your child gets practice reading for sequence and editing for order of events.
Writing to make a point
In this writing worksheet, your child will sort through 10 points, put them in order, and then use them to write one or two paragraphs about travel in towns and cities.
You are what you eat
Does this food help you grow, give you energy, or build your health? In this science worksheet, your child will learn about different types of food and what they do for the body.