Hard Things to Do
Read the work of Nobel Prize winner Gabriel Garcia Marquez, as well as the work of those who influenced him, and give his writing style a try of your own.
This worksheet can give your budding bestseller a glimpse of modernist writing and magic realism through the work of Jorge Luis Borges.
Help your high school student improve her mathematical ability and logical thinking skills by playing this fun KenKen® puzzle!
Help your teen become familiar with one of Shakespeare's funniest plays with this two-page worksheet which includes Midsummer Night's Dream quotes.
Art students can use this worksheet to learn a little more about the renowned artist Frida Kahlo.
This difficult KenKen® puzzle is ready for your high school student to master! All he needs are good computation skills and a fair amount of logic.
This difficult KenKen® math puzzle will challenge your high school student to use mathematical operations and logical thinking skills.
Help your teenager review Macbeth, arguably Shakespeare's darkest play, with this worksheet featuring quotes and characters.
Can you tell who said these Much Ado About Nothing quotes? Shakespeare's fun comedy about two couples becomes a little more accessible with this worksheet.
Familiarize your high schooler with Shakespeare's most romantic and heartbreaking play with this two-page comprehension sheet.
This KenKen® puzzle will challenge your high school student to use different math operations and logic in order to find a solution.
Challenge your high school student to decode this KenKen® grid. She'll need all of her logic powers and a good understanding of mathematical operations.
Help your high schooler learn about irrational numbers, which cannot be represented as fractions, with this practice sheet.
This KenKen® puzzle will require your high school student to put his math and logic skills to the test!
Your high school math student will need every ounce of her logic to solve this KenKen printable!
This high school KenKen®, a math logic puzzle from Japan, uses addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division!
For artistic writers and lovers of poetry, here's a literary analysis page featuring a famous poem by Walt Whitman.
Introduce your student to a famous writer and poet: Edgar Allan Poe! She'll read his poem, "Annabel Lee" and write a paragraph about its theme.
This KenKen® puzzle is guaranteed to get your high school student using math and logic in a way she never has before.
Engage your high school student's logic and critical thinking skills as he completes this KenKen® math puzzle.