It's a word find! In this early reading worksheet, your child will draw a line connecting all the rhyming words and then find each of those words in the puzzle.
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.
Write like a reporter!
Can you write a news article? In this language arts worksheet, your child will evaluate a poster and then write a newspaper story about the issue in the poster.
Write your name
Can you write your name? This early writing worksheet lets your child identify the letters in his or her name and practice writing it.
Writing a book review
This reading and writing worksheet introduces the elements of a book review and guides your child through writing a simple book report.
Writing a letter
In this set of reading and writing worksheets, your child will read three sample letters, determine who is writing them, make notes about the events, and then write a sample letter back.
Writing a persuasive argument
In this series of writing worksheets, your child will read an example of a persuasive argument and then answer questions about the text's structure, meaning, and language. Your child will also get practice summarizing the writer's main points. Bonus: your child may use a dictionary and/or a thesaurus for help finding word replacements.
Writing a report about dinosaurs
Learn how to write a basic report! In this language arts worksheet, your child will read a nonfiction passage about dinosaurs and then use the text to answer questions in complete sentences.
Writing an explanation
What's a banana and where does it come from? In this writing worksheet, your child will write an explanatory text about the origins of bananas. Bonus: your child may need to do a little research to write this!