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St. Patrick's Day Trivia

Looking for St. Patrick's Day trivia? See how many of these questions you and your kids can answer!

How to Write a Limerick

A limerick is a silly poem with a certain amount of syllables. This worksheet teaches your little poet how to write a limerick.

History of Easter

Ever wonder why we hunt for Easter eggs? Discover how this spring holiday was started with this interesting look at the history of Easter.

History of Valentine's Day

The history of Valentine's Day is full of theories about how the holiday began. Read about the history of Valentine's Day with this exercise and activity.

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.

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.

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.

A Dream

Get transported to the dark and eerie world of Edgar Allen Poe with this illustrated poem, "A Dream".

Rosie the Riveter

Meet Rosie the Riveter, a famous icon from the era of WWII. She is an important symbol that eventually came to represent the power of women.

How to Write Like Robert Louis Stevenson

Beginning writers, find inspiration from a few famous authors, with this reading and writing activity based on the influences of Robert Louis Stevenson!

How to Write Like Edgar Allan Poe

Need some writing inspiration? Read a few passages by authors who influenced the great Edgar Allan Poe, and write your own found passage!

Rhyme Schemes

Your young writer can learn about poetry analysis with this worksheet on rhyme schemes, complete with excerpts by Robert Louis Stevenson.

Peter Pan Analysis 1

"We can fly! We can fly" Your child may never fly, but she'll have a soaring good time with this Peter Pan story and worksheet.

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.

Drawing Neverland

Neverland: an imaginary place where your child never grows up. Have him read this passage from the story of Peter Pan and draw his own Neverland.

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.

Aunt Sue's Stories

Challenge your high schooler to think about the sociocultural issues of Langston Hughes's poetry, with the soulful "Aunt Sue's Stories".

A Bird Came Down the Walk

Introduce your high schooler to Emily Dickinson, with this illustrated poetry page featuring "A Bird Came Down the Walk".

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.

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.

Edgar Allan Poe: "Eldorado"

Edgar Allan Poe, Eldorado, poetry, reading comprehension, literary analysis, them, writing

The Voyage of Magellan

Read about Magellan's treacherous journey with this two-part worksheet!

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.

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