Playwrights and romantics alike, here's a reading comprehension sheet based on Romeo and Juliet, one of Shakespeare's most famous tragedies.
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Inspire your middle school student to write like a pro! This writing activity is in honor of the legendary Mark Twain, a master of satirical comedy.
This worksheet features a spot from the National Register of Historic Places, the boyhood home of Mark Twain.
Ever wonder why we hunt for Easter eggs? Discover how this spring holiday was started with this interesting look at the history of Easter.
This worksheet offers a few facts about the Sphinx in Egypt, like that it's more than three thousand years old. Then it's up to you to decide: why was the Sphinx built?
Can you imagine worshiping a crocodile or a cat? Learn about the Ancient Egyptians and their strange gods.
Get acquainted with ancient Egypt hieroglyphics. Then your student can read and write their own name in hieroglyphs!
Cleopatra ruled Egypt and conquered the hearts of Julius Caesar and Mark Antony. Read a mini-biography on this remarkable woman in history.
Ever wonder how Valentine's Day came to be? Read a few different theories about the history of Valentine's Day with this worksheet.
American history students, learn about a tragic event that occurred between Native Americans and English settlers at Wounded Knee Creek.
Discover an ancient language spoken through art! Interpret an image from ancient Egyptian art and then create one of your own with this history sheet.
Learn about the life and work of Pablo Picasso, one of the most influential artists of the 20th century, widely known for co-founding the Cubist movement.
Build on fraction math skills and working with degrees up to 360° get probability practice for your middle schooler with this math worksheet series.
Build on fraction math skills and work with degrees to get probability practice for your middle schooler with this math worksheet series.
Who knew that the beach had its own diverse ecosystem? Learn all about the shoreline ecosystem with this fun worksheet!
Ever wonder what makes the ocean tide come in and out? With this worksheet, your student will learn how the tides work!
This worksheet is all about the tundra. Give your student some fun facts and reading about the ecosystem of the Arctic.
Give your student a great Earth Science study tool, complete with a list of fun facts and a word search all about the grasslands.
This huge ecosystem's name "taiga" comes from the Russian word for "forest". Learn all about the taiga with this fun worksheet!
Did you know when a plant is "coniferous" it means it has needles for leaves? The temperate forest ecosystem is full of these! Learn more with this fun sheet.
Did you know that tons of wildlife can thrive in below freezing temperatures? Learn about the polar ocean ecosystem with this fun sheet!
Did you know that Earth's oceans are split into three separate ecosystems? The tropical ocean ecosystem is home to tropical fish, coral reefs, and warm water!
Give your student a fun reading page and word search, filled with fun facts all about the Earth's desert ecosystem.
Learn about world ecosystems with a fun and informative worksheet! This one is all about the tropical rainforest.
Learn all you need to know about our purple mountain's majesty with this fun ecosystems sheet!
The ability to paraphrase while avoiding plagiarism is important writing skill. Help your child paraphrase this passage about photosynthesis.
Paraphrasing while avoiding plagiarism is an important skill to master. Help your child practice paraphrasing this passage about the gray wolf.
Science buffs and biology beginners alike will enjoy testing their knowledge with this worksheet on human cell structure.
Use these fun flashcards to memorize moon-related terms including the moon's different phases and eclipses.
Learn about an interesting concept of physical science with this worksheet that explains Archimedes' principle.
"The hip bone is connected to the...?" Sing the song perfectly with the help of this worksheet on the skeletal system!
Use this Inside-Out Anatomy worksheet to learn about the digestive system.
Use this anatomy worksheet to learn about circulation, and see how nutrients travel to all parts of your body.
To learn about muscles, look no further than this Inside-Out Anatomy page.
Earth science students, memorize moon vocabulary terms with these stellar flashcards.
Social studies and science students can learn about pangea, an important theory about the formation of the earth and its continents.
In this "Inside-Out Anatomy" page you can learn about the immune system, the system that keeps us healthy and well.
Use this worksheet to learn more about the human reproductive system, and learn more about where we all started.
Use this worksheet to learn more about the urinary system and see how waste is processed and excreted.
Learn about the human urinary system with this Inside-Out Anatomy worksheet, which shows how waste is processed and excreted from the body.
Learn about the integumentary system, which is really just a fancy phrase for "skin", in this worksheet.
This "Inside-Out Anatomy" sheet on the nervous system shows how signals travel from your brain to the rest of your body.
See your body in a whole new light with this Inside-Out Anatomy page about the respiratory system.
Use this "Basic Human Anatomy" sheet to see how blood carries nutrients through your body.
You can check out the cardiovascular system in this worksheet, and better understand how the heart and lveins work with each other.
Challenge your student's knowledge of the U.S. presidents with this series of match-up games.
Give your middle school student a challenge with this great matching game, featuring the U.S. presidents!
Try this series of U.S. president match-up worksheets, the perfect way to learn all of our country's past presidents.
Read about an important and controversial events that took place on American soil during WWII, at the Topaz War Relocation Center.
If you're studying the Civil War, the Burt-Stark Mansion is an important site to know! Read all about the end of the American Civil War with this great sheet.
Learn more about how the U.S. government works, and works hard, on Capitol Hill in Washington D.C. every day.
Ever wonder how the plasma TV came to be? Read a brief history of the television with this ode to inventors.
Learn more about the life of Anne Frank, an tragic, true-life story of a young girl caught up in the horrors of war.
Test your kid's knowledge of history and challenge him to think sequentially with this fourth grade history worksheet.
Ever wonder why we wear green on St. Patrick's day, or where the leprechaun came from? Find out with this worksheet on St. Patty's Day history!
Revolutionary War vocabulary packs a patriotic punch. Check out some key terms with this red, white and word search.
This worksheet will challenge your fourth grader's knowledge of U.S. history, by asking him to match the president with the correct biographical clue.
Test your child's knowledge of the major American Revolution battles, given the date and year of each battle.
Submerge yourself in the fascinating history of submarines! Your little inventor will get a taste of the early stages of this important technology.
Meet Rosie the Riveter, a famous icon from the era of WWII. She is an important symbol that eventually came to represent the power of women.
The Underground Railroad aided thousands of enslaved Americans on the road to freedom. Students will learn about the leaders of this movement.
Learn about an important part of cultural history: the gods and goddess of ancient Egypt! Over Read a bit about the goddess Isis, and give her some colors.
Learn more about Ellis Island, the place where many of our ancestors first set foot on American soil.
Celebrate Irish-American history with this printable about four founding fathers from Ireland!
One of the greatest moments in not just our country's history, but the history of the world, was the famous moon landing of 1969.
Get educated about the treatment of Native Americans during the creation of the United States. Read about the Trail of Tears, an important landmark.