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Parts of Speech
Workbook
Parts of Speech
Knowing your parts of speech is an important part of learning good writing skills. Learn the ins and outs of words with this packet that covers the eight different parts of speech.
3rd grade
Reading & Writing
Workbook
Fourth Grade Independent Study Packet - Week 2
Fourth Grade Independent Study Packet - Week 2
Workbook
Fourth Grade Independent Study Packet - Week 2
Week 2 of this independent study packet for fourth graders features five more days of targeted practice with reading, writing, math, science, and social studies.
4th grade
Science
Workbook
"A" or "An"
"A" or "An"
Worksheet
"A" or "An"
Teach your child the difference between "a" and "an", two of the three main determiners in the English language.
4th grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Parts of Speech Word Hunt
Parts of Speech Word Hunt
Worksheet
Parts of Speech Word Hunt
Students will search for verbs, conjunctions, adjectives, articles, possessive pronouns, and nouns. Then, they will categorize that word by coloring it a certain color. Just read, think, and color!
Kindergarten
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Using "A" or "An"
Using "A" or "An"
Worksheet
Using "A" or "An"
This spooky worksheet is sure to make any fourth grader have fun with ghoulish grammar practice! Your child will practice using the articles "a" or "an".
3rd grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Vocabulary Boosters
Vocabulary Boosters
Workbook
Vocabulary Boosters
Squeeze in some extra practice in word analysis, spelling, and punctuation with these engaging grammar worksheets.
4th grade
Reading & Writing
Workbook
A Day at the Zoo
A Day at the Zoo
Worksheet
A Day at the Zoo
After reading a story about the zoo, students will follow directions to circle conjunctions, possessive pronouns, and articles with a color.
1st grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Articles: Before a Noun 1
Articles: Before a Noun 1
Worksheet
Articles: Before a Noun 1
Help your kid get a grasp on articles like "a," "an," and "the" with this third grade worksheet. Kids will circle the correct articles to pair with given nouns.
3rd grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
A or An
A or An
Worksheet
A or An
Practice choosing between a or an and writing them in sentences in this quick drill worksheet.
2nd grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Amazing Articles
Amazing Articles
Worksheet
Amazing Articles
Articles may be small, but they are mighty! This superhero-themed worksheet will help your students review those special adjectives known as articles—a, an, and the.
2nd grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Awesome Articles
Awesome Articles
Worksheet
Awesome Articles
Do you know your articles? Articles are often overlooked words, but they're important! Circle the articles in these quotes from Bud, Not Buddy by Christopher Paul Curtis.
4th grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Articles: Before a Noun 2
Articles: Before a Noun 2
Worksheet
Articles: Before a Noun 2
This third grade reading and writing worksheet explains when to use the articles "a," "an," and "the" before a noun.
3rd grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Take Me to the Park
Take Me to the Park
Worksheet
Take Me to the Park
Read, color, and learn! Students will practice identifying conjunctions, possessive pronouns, and articles by reading a story about going to a park. Then they'll circle the different parts of speech in either red, green, or blue.
1st grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Using Articles
Using Articles
Worksheet
Using Articles
Articles are an important and special type of adjective. This worksheet will help kids practice using both definite and indefinite articles.
3rd grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Articles 2
Articles 2
Exercise
Articles 2
Learning about definite and indefinite articles is made easy with these exercises that are tailored especially for your budding fourth grade student.
4th grade
Reading & Writing
Exercise
Articles 1
Articles 1
Exercise
Articles 1
Teach your third grader about articles used in sentences and when to be specific, or less so, with these exercises that have them identify and practice individually.
3rd grade
Reading & Writing
Exercise
Articles 3
Articles 3
Exercise
Articles 3
Have your students practice their use of articles by giving them options and allowing them to work through them individually. This allows them to find their own best way to think through problems.
5th grade
Reading & Writing
Exercise

Grammar Articles

Nope, not articles in a newspaper...articles in language are adjectives that give additional information about a noun. The easy part? There are only three: the, a, and an. The hard part? Figuring out which one to use. We’ve got you covered with our materials on articles. Try our worksheets, activities, and games that make learning grammar rules entertaining and easy.
There are many parts of speech in the English language. Students are quick to understand the concepts of nouns and verbs. The subject and the action are clear. Most adjectives are easy to pick up on as well. There are certain types of adjectives, however, which are often overlooked: the articles.
There are two articles: a and the.
As with any adjective, an article is used to modify a noun. The purpose of the article is very specific, however. Depending on which article is used will define if the noun it is attached to is specific or unspecific. Working with students using the resources provided by Education.com above could help them gain comfort with these different articles.
Definite Article: The
The word the is known as the definite article. When attached to a noun, the word the tells us that this is a specific instance of that noun. The definite article can be used with uncountable nouns.
Indefinite Article: A
The word a is known as the indefinite article. When attached to a noun this word tells us that we are not speaking of a specific instance, but rather any instance of this noun. There are actually two forms of the indefinite article: a and an. The majority of the time, when the word following the article has the beginning sounds of a vowel, students should be instructed to use the an article. Otherwise, the a should be used.
The indefinite article should not be used with uncountable nouns. If the noun is modified in a way that gives it an amount (some, for example), the indefinite article can be used.