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Adjectives Starting with "F"

Build your child's vocabulary with a fun fill in the blank activity, all about adjectives. She'll find the right "F" adjective to complete these sentences.

Panchatantra: "The Gold-Giving Snake"

What if you met a snake who could make you rich? Enjoy a classic Panchatantra story, animal fables from India that have a moral lesson.

Paraphrasing: Beethoven

Practice paraphrasing without plagiarizing, an important skill to learn in middle school. Your child will learn about Beethoven as she paraphrases this passage.

Panchatantra: "The Broken Pot"

Help your budding reader learn to identify theme with this Panchatantra story, a classic fable from India that has a moral lesson.

Panchatantra: "The Fish that were too Clever"

Help your child learn about theme with this reading comprehension page, featuring a story from Panchatantra, classic animal fables from India.

How to Write Like Mark Twain

Inspire your middle school student to write like a pro! This writing activity is in honor of the legendary Mark Twain, a master of satirical comedy.

How to Write like Jack Kerouac

Inspire your young writer with an activity on how to write like Jack Kerouac. Your student can read quotes from famous influences such as F. Scott Fitzgerald.

Panchatantra: "The Foolish Friend"

What happens when you have a foolish friend? Introduce your stellar reader to the Panchatantra stories, animal fables with a moral lesson.

Walt Whitman: "O Captain! my Captain!"

For artistic writers and lovers of poetry, here's a literary analysis page featuring a famous poem by Walt Whitman.

Romeo and Juliet: Character Study

Playwrights and romantics alike, here's a reading comprehension sheet based on Romeo and Juliet, one of Shakespeare's most famous tragedies.

Edgar Allan Poe: "Annabel Lee"

Introduce your student to a famous writer and poet: Edgar Allan Poe! She'll read his poem, "Annabel Lee" and write a paragraph about its theme.

The Mark Twain House

This worksheet features a spot from the National Register of Historic Places, the boyhood home of Mark Twain.

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