This well-rounded quiz covers a range of vocabulary topics, from alphabetical order and root words to synonyms and antonyms.
Story sequencing will allow third graders to improve their reading comprehension by putting the sequence of events in the correct order.
If someone looses their glasses, are they as blind as a bee or a bat? This fill-in-the-blank worksheet introduces your child to popular similes.
Help your young time traveler distinguish between the past, present, and future with this reading comprehension worksheet.
This printable will challenge your child's understanding of "homographs", or words that looks the same as another words, but means something different.
Challenge your child to to identify compound words, contractions, and abbreviations in a short story.
Give your child a fun way to practice parts of speech with an incredibly interesting worksheet! This one is all about adjectives that start with "I".
With this intro-to-adjectives worksheet, your child will match each food to all the words that describes it best
Diagramming sentences is an important skill for beginning writers, and a great way to review parts of speech. Diagram a passage from Wizard of Oz for practice!
Ooh, onomatopoeia! This is a word that mimics a sound: like the "slurp" of spaghetti, a dog's "woof", or comic book sounds like "crash", "bam" and "bang".