Middle School Vocabulary Worksheets and Printables

Our middle school vocabulary worksheets are an excellent complement to reading books, allowing your kids to practice identifying new types of words to expand their vocabularies. Having a better vocabulary will make your kids a strong reader and writer and set them up for more success in high school. For additional practice, check out our middle school reading worksheets.
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Paraphrasing: Van Gogh Paraphrasing: Van Gogh Paraphrasing is an important skill for writing a research paper.
Countries Word Search: Mexico Countries Word Search: Mexico Can you name the national flower of Mexico?
Countries Word Search: Australia Countries Word Search: Australia Did you know that the boomerang originated in Australia?
Countries Word Search: Germany Countries Word Search: Germany Learn a few fun facts about Germany and its national symbols with a word search!
Countries Word Search: Japan Countries Word Search: Japan Do you know what the large red dot on Japan's flag symbolizes?
Cell Structure Cell Structure Science buffs and biology beginners alike will enjoy testing their knowledge with this worksheet on human cell structure.
Adjectives Starting with 'F' Adjectives Starting with "F" Build your child's vocabulary with a fun fill in the blank activity, all about adjectives.
Ancient Egypt Word Search Ancient Egypt Word Search Follow up learning about ancient Egypt with a word search that features some great vocabulary about ancient Egyptian life.
Lab Safety Lab Safety For all you mad scientists, here is a helpful lab safety 101!
Oregon Trail Word Search Oregon Trail Word Search With this historical word search, your child will learn some key terms about the Oregon Trail, including a few of the different routes taken.
Our middle school vocabulary worksheets are an excellent complement to reading books, allowing your kids to practice identifying new types of words to expand their vocabularies. Having a better vocabulary will make your kids a strong reader and writer and set them up for more success in high school. For additional practice, check out our middle school reading worksheets.