Word Lists

Word Lists

Your child may encounter tricky words in their social studies lessons. Help them prepare for upcoming history topics by adding those content-specific words to their weekly word list. Have your child draw a picture or comic to help them remember the meaning of a challenging word.
As you introduce new vocabulary terms to your class, try to incorporate words from your social studies and history lessons. As an extra challenge, have pairs of students create word posters that show definitions, synonyms, antonyms, and visuals for focus words. Then, have pairs share their posters with the class.
Vocab in History: Preamble to the Constitution
Worksheet
Vocab in History: Preamble to the Constitution
Give your 5th grader's vocabulary a boost with help from the Preamble to the Constitution. This worksheet packs vocab and history practice all in one.
5th grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Reading Comprehension: All Gold Canyon
Worksheet
Reading Comprehension: All Gold Canyon
Young readers will enjoy this passage from Jack London's "All Gold Canyon." They'll complete some vocabulary and reading comprehension exercises too.
5th grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Vocab in History: Declaration of Independence
Worksheet
Vocab in History: Declaration of Independence
Give your 5th grader's vocabulary a boost while deepening his U.S. history knowledge with this social studies worksheet.
5th grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Happy or Excited? Emotion Synonym Matching
Worksheet
Happy or Excited? Emotion Synonym Matching
Help your child match emotion word synonyms, or words that have the same meaning, with this worksheet created by Education.com's Worksheet Generator.
5th grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Word Part of the Week: sub
Worksheet
Word Part of the Week: sub
Help your students get to know a common prefix with this great graphic organizer.
4th grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet

Division Word Problems

Division Word Problems

Encourage your child to visualize word problems, then plan an approach before doing the computation. Many students do not read word problems carefully or understand what they are reading—they just do something mathematical with the numbers in the text.
Encourage students to visualize word problems, then plan an approach before doing the computation. Many students do not read word problems carefully or understand what they are reading—they just do something mathematical with the numbers in the text.
Classroom Math: Division Word Problems
Worksheet
Classroom Math: Division Word Problems
In this fifth grade math worksheet, your child will practice solving multiple-step word problems using long division.
5th grade
Math
Worksheet
Word Problems with Division
Worksheet
Word Problems with Division
Every word problem on this fifth grade math worksheet presents a situation with animals that requires division in order to solve it.
5th grade
Math
Worksheet
Two-Digit Divisors
Worksheet
Two-Digit Divisors
Help your kid get her feet wet with two-digit divisors with this word problem worksheet.
5th grade
Math
Worksheet
Find the Quotient
Worksheet
Find the Quotient
In this fifth grade math worksheet, your child will practice solving multi-step word problems using long division.
5th grade
Math
Worksheet
Write Your Own Division Word Problem
Worksheet
Write Your Own Division Word Problem
Help your students dissect the process of writing a division word problem with this simple guide.
4th grade
Math
Worksheet
Division with Multi-Digit Dividends
Exercise
Division with Multi-Digit Dividends
Expand students’ division skills with this exercise that teaches how to perform division problems with multi digit dividends.
5th grade
Math
Exercise

Close Reading & Inferences

Close Reading & Inferences

Try doing some close reading work with a speech, such as Martin Luther King, Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" speech. You can listen to the speech with your child, have him study the text, then listen again with greater understanding. Ask your child to make an inference during their second or third interaction with the text and remind them to cite evidence!
Try doing some close reading work with a speech, such as Martin Luther King, Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" speech. You can listen to the speech as a class, have the students study the text, then listen again with greater understanding. Ask your students to make an inference during their second or third interaction with the text and remind them to cite evidence!
3-2-1 Inference!
Worksheet
3-2-1 Inference!
With this language arts exercise, students will find textual evidence and use it to support an inference.
5th grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
X Marks the Inference
Worksheet
X Marks the Inference
As students make their way through this map, they will find textual evidence and cite background knowledge to support an inference.
5th grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
Worksheet
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
This fantastically illustrated excerpt of Dr. Jekyll and Mr Hyde, is a surefire way to get your kid in the Halloween spirit.
5th grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Main Idea and Details in Fiction
Lesson plan
Main Idea and Details in Fiction
In this EL support lesson, your students will use introductory phrases to write about the main idea and details in a fictional story.
5th grade
Reading & Writing
Lesson plan
Close Reading Activity
Worksheet
Close Reading Activity
This resource helps students comprehend and analyze complex texts, using the 3-reads close reading strategy.
5th grade
Worksheet
Three Times a Charm! Close Reading with Annotations
Lesson plan
Three Times a Charm! Close Reading with Annotations
In fifth grade, students are expected to analyze complex texts on a deeper level. Teach your students to use close reading strategies, like rereading and annotation symbols, to dive deeper into fictional texts.
5th grade
Reading & Writing
Lesson plan

Argument Writing

Argument Writing

Students should read articles three times: first to get the main idea, second to highlight and clarify, third to gather evidence. When researching for argument writing, students should keep a pro/con list next to them to jot down ideas.
Students should read articles three times: first to get the main idea, second to highlight and clarify, third to gather evidence. When researching for argument writing, students should keep a pro/con list next to them to jot down ideas.
Brainstorming Techniques
Worksheet
Brainstorming Techniques
Organizing your thoughts is an essential part of the writing process. It's easy--and fun--with this brainstorming worksheet.
5th grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
On Demand Writing: Persuasive
Worksheet
On Demand Writing: Persuasive
This worksheet guides students through the beginning stages of writing a persuasive essay.
5th grade
Worksheet
On Demand Persuasive Writing: Summer Homework
Worksheet
On Demand Persuasive Writing: Summer Homework
This persuasive writing prompt asks kids to write a position statement about whether students should or should not have homework over summer vacation.
5th grade
Worksheet
Transition Words 3
Exercise
Transition Words 3
Have your fifth grader use sentence details and clues to determine the best transition word to link two sentences.
5th grade
Reading & Writing
Exercise
Literary Argument: Drafting Your Essay
Lesson plan
Literary Argument: Drafting Your Essay
Once students have selected a topic related to a piece of literature they have read and mapped out their argument, this lesson will help them turn their prewriting into an essay.
4th grade
Reading & Writing
Lesson plan
Literary Argument Writing: Supporting Your Claim
Worksheet
Literary Argument Writing: Supporting Your Claim
This worksheet will help your students to determine whether they can construct a solid argument around a claim they have made about a story.
4th grade
Worksheet
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