This worksheet uses introductory clauses and introductory words for practice using commas. Where do go commas in these sentences?
Adjective clauses are easy to find in a sentence -- if you know how to look for them. In this adjective clause worksheet, you're the grammar detective!
When writing dialogue, it's important to know where to place quotation marks and other punctuation. Get some practice with this passage from The Secret Garden.
This ghostly worksheet will help your young writer learn to use adjectives to help tell a colorful story! She'll fill in the blanks to set the mood.
Can you tell the difference between a simile and a metaphor? Help your star writer sort out her figurative language with a fun activity.
Build better writing habits in your 5th grader with this helpful review on subject-verb agreement. He'll review singular and plural nouns and verbs.
Calculating caterpillars and capricious crayfish! Your child will be laughing as he learns some new vocabulary and practices using alliteration.
Frantic flamingos frequently flounder! Fill in the blanks of this alliteration worksheet to make a funny story, featuring the letter "F".
Kids practice using quotation marks correctly and identifying words that should be capitalized in this grammar and punctuation worksheet.
Fifth graders build their contraction knowledge by helping the shrink ray identify words that can be combined and writing the corresponding contractions.