Word Lists, Spelling Patterns, & Definitions

Word Lists, Spelling Patterns, & Definitions

Fifth graders continue to struggle with words that have repeated consonants. It is worth revisiting these spelling patterns, and having your child determine the breakdown of syllables in these words. Try using word lists that introduce new vocabulary with targeted spelling patterns.
Students in fifth grade continue to struggle with words that have repeated consonants. It is worth revisiting these spelling patterns, and having students determine the breakdown of syllables in these words. Try using word lists that introduce new vocabulary with targeted spelling patterns.
Vocabulary Words
Worksheet
Vocabulary Words
Build your child's vocabulary and spelling skills with this focused series.
5th grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Build Vocabulary 12
Worksheet
Build Vocabulary 12
Help your fifth grader build vocabulary and spelling skills with this worksheets, which includes words like renowned, consequence, and exhausted.
5th grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Build Vocabulary 13
Worksheet
Build Vocabulary 13
Words like "antagonist" and "transient" are confusing for adults and kids. Fifth graders will learn these words and more in this vocabulary worksheet.
5th grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Build Vocabulary 14
Worksheet
Build Vocabulary 14
Reinforce known and new words with your child using this vocabulary worksheet. Learn words like "recitation," "incorporate," and more.
5th grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Build Vocabulary 15
Worksheet
Build Vocabulary 15
Your fifth grader will learn impressive words like "tenacious" and "strident" in this vocabulary builder worksheet. Learn some new words with this worksheet.
5th grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet

Area Models & 2-D Shapes

Area Models & 2-D Shapes

Once your child has learned how to find the area of a rectangle, he can use the concept to visualize the multiplication of large numbers. Relating these two concepts will help him build a solid foundation that will support him in understanding more advanced math. Continue to make connections to other strategies he's learned like number decomposition, generic regtangle, and area of complex figures.
Once your students have learned how to find the area of a rectangle, they can use the concept to visualize the multiplication of large numbers. Relating these two concepts will help your students build a solid foundation that will support them in understanding more advanced math. Continue to make connections to previosuly taught strategies like number decomposition, generic regtangle, and area of complex figures.
An Introduction to Area
Worksheet
An Introduction to Area
Introduce your students to the basics of area!
4th grade
Math
Worksheet
Properties of Multiplication: Distributive
Worksheet
Properties of Multiplication: Distributive
Help your child wrap his head around the distributive property by challenging him to complete the equations in this worksheet according to this concept.
3rd grade
Math
Worksheet
An Introduction to Surface Area
Worksheet
An Introduction to Surface Area
Introduce your students to the concept of surface area with this concrete teaching tool.
5th grade
Math
Worksheet
Multiplying with Area Model
Worksheet
Multiplying with Area Model
Students will use what they know about area to multiply two-digit factors.
4th grade
Math
Worksheet
Area Models in Fractional Units
Worksheet
Area Models in Fractional Units
This worksheet teaches students to break down the area of a shape by using fractional units. Show your students how to represent area for rectangular shapes with fractional length sides.
5th grade
Math
Worksheet
Relating Area to Addition and Multiplication
Exercise
Relating Area to Addition and Multiplication
Help students understand the relation between addition and multiplication, and the area of objects, with this easy to navigate exercise.
3rd grade
Math
Exercise

Summarizing, Perspective, & Point of View

Summarizing, Perspective, & Point of View

As you read fictional stories, ask your child guiding questions that will lead him to see the character's point of view and the theme of the story. For example, "what did the character think about..." or "what lesson did the character learn when..." Encourage your child to make connections back to himself with questions like, "describe a time that this theme appeared in your life". Remind him to provide examples or evidence from the text to support his answers.
As you read fictional stories, ask your students guiding questions that will lead them to see the character's point of view and the theme of the story. For example, "what did the character think about..." or "what lesson did the character learn when..." Encourage students to make connections back to themselves with questions like, "describe a time that this theme appeared in your life." Remind students to provide examples or evidence from the text to support their answers.
Rudyard Kipling: What's the Theme?
Worksheet
Rudyard Kipling: What's the Theme?
In this exercise, students will work through a series of steps to identify the theme of a classic story.
4th grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Find the Theme Flowchart
Worksheet
Find the Theme Flowchart
With this easy-to-use flowchart, your students will learn how to find the theme of a fictional story.
4th grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Find the Main Idea: Viceroy Butterfly
Worksheet
Find the Main Idea: Viceroy Butterfly
Kids show off their reading comprehension skills with this language arts worksheet.
5th grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Find the Main Idea: Peter Rabbit
Worksheet
Find the Main Idea: Peter Rabbit
Improve your child's reading skills and introduce her the classic tale of Peter Rabbit with this comprehension page, all about finding the main idea.
5th grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Find the Main Idea: Elephant
Worksheet
Find the Main Idea: Elephant
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.
4th grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
There’s No I in Theme-work!
Lesson plan
There’s No I in Theme-work!
That’s right! The theme applies to everyone! Use this interactive lesson to teach your students how to find the theme of a fictional text.
4th grade
Reading & Writing
Lesson plan

Commas in Written Work

Commas in Written Work

There are a lot of rules about how and when to use commas. Give your child the opportunity to see how commas are used in a story or article. Have her use a highlighter to find the commas in the text. Then, ask her to identify the rule that fits each example she finds.
There are a lot of rules about how and when to use commas. Give students opportunities to see how commas are used in a story or article. Have them use a highlighter to find the commas in the text. Then, ask them to identify the rule that fits each example they find.
Commas for Kids
Worksheet
Commas for Kids
Using commas for kids, and adults, can be a tricky thing. This worksheet puts practice together with a mix of different sentences.
3rd grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Where Do Commas Belong?
Worksheet
Where Do Commas Belong?
With this exercise, students will learn some of the most common ways to use a comma.
5th grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Using Commas
Worksheet
Using Commas
Comma usage is a tricky task! Is your student up to the challenge? This grammar sheet will quiz your child on his knowledge of commas.
5th grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Comma Worksheet
Worksheet
Comma Worksheet
Get the perfect introduction to introductory clauses, phrases, and words with this commas worksheet! Learning where to use commas on this commas worksheet.
3rd grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Commas in a Sentence
Worksheet
Commas in a Sentence
Get familiar with commas in this worksheet all about non-identifying clauses! Your kid will use commas to offset the non-identifying clauses on this worksheet.
3rd grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Using Commas to Indicate Direct Address
Exercise
Using Commas to Indicate Direct Address
Commas serve so many uses in our written language, and learning their vast possibilities helps fifth graders in their essay writing and beyond. Punctuating direct addresses can be tricky, but your fifth grader can get the help they need with these exercises.
5th grade
Reading & Writing
Exercise
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