Literary Analysis 5th grade and above
Help your teen become familiar with one of Shakespeare's funniest, but complicated plays with this two-page worksheet which includes Midsummer Night's Dream quotes.
Help your teenager review Macbeth, arguably Shakespeare's darkest play, with this worksheet featuring quotes and characters.
Can you tell who said these Much Ado About Nothing quotes? Shakespeare's fun comedy about two couplesâone in a "merry war" of wordsâwill become a little more accessible with this worksheet.
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.
Your student can practice reading a unique style of dialogue with this worksheet on "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer."
This fun Peter Pan series flies into part three with this worksheet. Have your child read the passage from Peter Pan and complete the vocabulary challenge.
Continue the wild ride with part two of this fun Peter Pan series. Your child will enjoy this exciting passage from Peter Pan while learning new words.
"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.
Your budding poet can practice his rhythm in this worksheet. He'll read two poems by Robert Louis Stevenson and determine their rhythm.
Your budding poet can practice determining a rhyme scheme in this worksheet. He'll identify the rhyming words in Rudyard Kipling's classic poem, "If."