Your child will solve long division problems to help Detective Zoey track a notorious criminal across the West Coast, USA in this 5th grade math worksheet.
Many cities around the world are known by landmarks created for World's Fair exhibitions. Is your city one of them?
Do you remember the Idaho state capital? Check out worksheets from this set, which help with memorization.
Learners will embark on a top-level grammar and mechanics mission in this fun contractions worksheet.
There's more to cars than driving! Practice calculating the area of a trapezoid using these colorful cars as a guide.
Gather all the creepy, crawly creatures of the neighborhood for a Halloween costume party! These printable invitations are perfect for inviting guests.
In this excerpt from our upcoming Spy Math workbook, kids will look at this suspicious scene and deduce what each player's odd behavior could mean.
Here's a quick crossword puzzle that helps kids who are just starting to dive into decimals learn important vocabulary words.
Use this glossary with the EL Support Lesson: Elections and Conditions.
The incredible Kid Wizard and Ninjastar are about to face off with their arch-nemesis! But how will things end?
Help! This mummy is coming undone! Figure out the math pattern in the cloth to help put this undead creature back together.
If your kid loves going to the movies, he'll be thrilled to learn about camera movements behind the scenes on this set of reading and writing worksheets.
Your class will use this worksheet to explain if a statement is supported or unsupported by text evidence.
Completing the division problems on this worksheet will enable your fifth grader to find the buried treasure on the Island of Riches!
Explore H.P. Lovecraft's creepy canon with this abridged, kid-friendly version of "The Statement of Randolph Carter."
This worksheet asks kids to reflect on the feedback they were given on their writing, including observations on the process and next steps.
Get a jump-start on geography! Your child will love this State Activity Sheet, perfect for students learning about states and state capitals.
Let your 5th grader hone her sentence diagramming skills with this practice sheet. She'll be reviewing parts of speech and basic grammar.
Read about exciting early cinema like The Arrival of a Train at La Ciotat Station! Find out how mundane topics entertained and even scared audiences.
Sail away with geometry. You won't need oars to practice calculating the area of the trapezoidal shape of these boats!
Drawing a funny picture is an enjoyable way to memorize facts. With this worksheet your fifth grader can focus on the Delaware state capital "dover" there!
Use these vocabulary cards with the EL Support Lesson: Comparing Character Traits.
Children will use their cartography and research skills to put North Dakota cities and landforms on the map.
How does our hearing work? Give your child a great guide to the anatomy of our ears with this anatomy worksheet.
As your students read the nonfiction text in this travel brochure activity, they will learn about the many cultures that have enriched the diverse city of Lisbon.