How many words can you think of that mean "home"? Your fourth grader will learn 24 words that will add accuracy and intrigue to his writing.
Vocabulary building is important at any age. With this worksheet, your child will learn 24 synonyms for pretty, and get to practice them.
Improving vocabulary is an important step to improve writing and reading comprehension. Help your child learn to use synonyms with this practice sheet.
Does your son have a chum, comrade, or confidant? These are all another way to say "friend"! He'll expand his vocabulary as he practices using synonyms.
Can you think of a better word to use instead of "store"? Your student will expand his vocabulary by exploring different word choices, or synonyms.
On this third grade reading worksheet, kids read words, then find words with the same and opposite meanings. It's great practice with synonyms and antonyms.
When is it appropriate to say "dude" or "gentleman" instead of "boy?" Explore the subtleties of synonyms with this vocabulary worksheet.
You know your child is smart, but is she brilliant, shrewd and rescourceful? With this worksheet, she'll learn 24 synonyms for the word "smart."
With this worksheet, your fourth grader will learn 28 synonyms for bad, plus practice grammar and his new words.
Young writers can learn to use better adjectives with this vocabulary building worksheet. He'll discover 24 synonyms for the word "happy".
Not all synonyms are created equal; can your child recognize slight differences in meaning of some of these 24 synonyms for funny?