Back To School 2011
Geometric shapes can often be tough to remember. But, with a little bit of art, imagination, and writing, practicing geometry has never been so much fun!
Kids find the correct abbreviations for the days of the week amongst lots of made-up ones in this frog-themed 2nd grade reading worksheet.
Silent "e" worksheets are important to phonics success. In this silent "e" worksheet, kids learn how to make silent "e" words out of long vowels sounds.
Learning homophones helps kids build vocabulary, comprehension, and spelling skills. Our homophones worksheet helps kids learn words like "sail" and "sale."
On this second grade reading worksheet, kids sort initial consonant sounds into two groups: hard "c" as in cookie, and soft "c" as in celery.
This second grade reading and writing worksheet gives kids practice with homophones as they choose the correct words to complete the sentences.
Kids will find the correct homophones, or words that sound the same but have different meanings. Learn the difference between "see" and "sea" in this worksheet.
Did you know clapping out the sounds makes counting syllables easier? Help introduce your child to syllables with this fun worksheet.
Here is one worksheet that requires clapping! Introduce your child to counting syllables, which can be really fun if you clap them out together.
Here's a fun syllables worksheet for beginners, where your student can come up with his own words to separate and count the syllables.