Your fourth grader can practice story sequencing and flex his reading comprehension by putting the paragraphs in order to tell a story beginning to end.
Many folk tales share similarities, but are also very different. Can you find the similarities and differences between these two stories?
What should you be if you can't be kind? Find out by translating the sign language letters into alphabetical letters to reveal the famous quote!
Decode this message by reading the American Sign Language hand symbols on the page. Practice the alphabet American Sign Language signs in this worksheet.
Shh... can you speak without talking? American Sign Language is the language of the deaf, but is a great tool to have and use!
Does your child need a head start in creative writing? Give her this story starter worksheet, and she'll help Marnie figure out how to bake her muffins!
This hurdler is running away from run-on sentences! Build reading and writing skills with this beginner's writing worksheet.
Shh, this bee is buzzing, but I can't hear what he is saying! Help your first grader build his reading and writing skills with this early writing worksheet.
How much does your first grader know about the desert? Test her habitat knowledge with this fun printable.
Your first grader will research and identify the animal and plant life that live near the sea, using both her own knowledge and the help of the Internet.