Help students learn the difference between nouns, verbs, and adjectives with this cut-and-paste sorting worksheet.
Reinforce students' knowledge of rhyming words with this set of 30 picture cards.
A template for students to use when planning a narrative text.
Practice grammar conventions with a pack of Easter English worksheets.
Help students succeed in reading fluency with this bookmark and poster set of strategies for decoding unknown words.
Research and create an interactive biography for a historical figure.
A graphic organizer for students to use when categorizing sensory details.
Assess reading comprehension by reviewing 3 short passages and answering questions about the author's purpose.
A template for students to use when planning the plot structure of a narrative text.
A worksheet to practice writing possessive nouns correctly.
A set of 6 worksheets teaching the concept of simple, compound, and complex sentences.
Have a Figurative Language bowl review with this self-checking Google interactive activity.
Encourage imaginative with a fun set of Easter Writing prompts!
Enhance student understanding of the 8 parts of speech with these colorful, informative, and easily-referenced grammar wall posters.
Display these cute sloth-themed story elements anchor charts when learning about narrative texts.
A template to use when exploring or planning a narrative story.
Inspire your students to get writing with these easy-to-use Easter writing worksheets.
Encourage students to add more descriptive language into their sentence writing with this activity.
A template for students to use when writing their own Readers Theater script.
A worksheet that encourages students to create a book cover including a blurb on the back.
A readers’ theater script that can be used for reading fluency and expressive reading.
Integrate reading, writing, and American history with a constructed response worksheet about Susan B. Anthony and the women’s rights movement.
Add a prefix to the beginning of a root word and use the new words in sentences.
Give your students a daily dose of synonym and antonym review with a 5-day vocabulary warm-up worksheet.
Identify supporting evidence for the main idea of an informational text passage and answer the comprehension questions.
A fun and creative way to learn about how adjectives can be used to describe a character's appearance and personality.
A worksheet to use when teaching students about characters and how to make inferences.
A fun, hands-on activity using a die and a chart to create a creature to include in a narrative text or a comic strip.
A set of 20 procedure text topic cards.
Show off your students’ writing skills this spring with a “How to Catch the Easter Bunny” craft activity.
Help children grasp the tricky concept of pluralizing nouns by displaying these 8 plural noun anchor chart posters.
Sort words according to whether they contain a long or short “oo” sound with this cut-and-paste worksheet.