This third grade reading worksheet offers practice using context clues to determine the meaning of an unfamiliar word in a sentence.
Learn more about one of the most famous characters in children's literature, The Wizard of Oz, in this character analysis sheet.
Are there monsters in the closet? Your 5th grader will use her imagination to create a fun story based on this illustration!
Super powers and saving the world will make any child want to write! Your third grader will learn about adding supporting details to his main idea.
Improve your child's reading comprehension, and introduce her to a classic children's story, with this worksheet on The Story of a Stuffed Elephant.
Encourage your fifth grader to grow his vocabulary with this word-focused worksheet. Kids will learn new words, then write them into sentences.
Kids can build their vocabulary and spelling skills with this worksheet. Your child will learn the definitions for vocabulary words and use them in context.
Your fifth grader will learn new vocabulary words and put them into use with this worksheet. Try this worksheet with your child to expand his vocabulary.
Help your fifth grader learn the words like "famished" and "industrious" with this vocabulary worksheet. Learn to identify and use these words and more.
Teach your fifth grader words like ancient, option, and achievement with this vocabulary worksheet. Learn the meanings and spellings of these words and more.
This vocabulary list includes words like "appreciate" and "petulant." Build your child's vocabulary with this vocabulary list.
Reinforce known and new words with your child using this vocabulary worksheet. Learn words like "recitation," "incorporate," and more.
Build your child's vocabulary and spelling skills with this focused series. Each worksheet gives definitions or synonyms for vocab terms your child will learn.
Words like "antagonist" and "transient" are confusing for adults and kids. Fifth graders will learn these words and more in this vocabulary worksheet.
Build your fifth grader's vocabulary and spelling skills with this focused series, including definitions or synonyms for vocab terms for your child to learn.
Help your fifth grader build vocabulary and spelling skills with this worksheets, which includes words like renowned, consequence, and exhausted.
Kids put their reading comprehension skills to work as they write out the main idea and come up with their own concluding sentence for this paragraph.
How was writing first invented? Find out by reading this delightful story by Rudyard Kipling, "How the First Letter was Written."
Introduce your little reader to some classic childhood literature, with Rudyard Kipling's charming story "The Crab That Played with the Sea."
Enjoy Rudyard Kipling's story "The Beginnings of the Armadillos", where your little one will answer questions and enjoy some coloring pages!
Make reading fun with this whale of a tale, "How the Whale Got His Throat," by Rudyard Kipling!
Dive into the world of "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz" with this reading comprehension page.
Read about why kangaroos hop on two legs, in Rudyard Kipling's "The Sing Song of Old Kangaroo." Your kid will answer reading questions and color illustrations.
Make reading time fun, with this classic short story by Rudyard Kipling. Then, complete a few comprehension activities on "How the Alphabet Was Made."
Help your student with reading comprehension, and enjoy a favorite short story by Rudyard Kipling, about a King, a Queen and two quarreling butterflies.
If your little one loves to read, teach her about the differences in narrative point of view with this worksheet.
Beginning readers will love this short story by Rudyard Kipling, all about how the animals were first domesticated.
Inspire your reluctant reader with this comprehension page, featuring a passage from a classic novel, Black Beauty.
Young readers can build their comprehension skills as they read this passage from a children's classic, "The Story of Dr. Dolittle."
Embark on an adventure through the woods with the Mole, in this excerpt from Kenneth Grahame's charming book, The Wind in the Willows.
Your little reader is sure to enjoy this selection from the children's classic, "The Secret Garden." She'll build her vocabulary and reading skills.
Help your third grader with reading comprehension in this fun activity page on Rudyard Kipling's charming story, "The Elephant's Child."
Playwrights and romantics alike, here's a reading comprehension sheet based on Romeo and Juliet, one of Shakespeare's most famous tragedies.
Beginning readers, enjoy this passage from Twain's classic "The Prince and the Pauper" and then complete some vocabulary and comprehension questions.
Your student can practice reading a unique style of dialogue with this worksheet on "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer."
This worksheet is a slam dunk for metaphors! Your young writer will learn what makes up a metaphor, and then practice making a few of her own.
Liberty is precious to humans and to horses. Your young student can read about Beauty's longing for liberty in this worksheet for "Black Beauty."
Can a frog really swallow quail shot? Explore exaggeration with this reading exercise on Mark Twain's "The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County."
Is it "bear" or "bare?" Help your child learn about homophones, or two words that sound the same, in this worksheet.
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.
This second grade reading and writing worksheet gives kids practice with homophones as they choose the correct words to complete the sentences.
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.
Learning homophones helps kids build vocabulary, comprehension, and spelling skills. Our homophones worksheet helps kids learn words like "sail" and "sale."
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.
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.