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Compound Words, Synonyms, Antonyms, Contractions, Homophones and so much more!
This is a huge packet covering compound words, synonyms, antonyms, contractions, homophones, articles and prepositions. A huge 50 worksheets are included which are designed to ensure your students are engaged and excited about mastering these grammar topics. There are many options for differentiation to ensure that you can cater to all the needs of your students. This packet is perfect for literacy centers, whole-class activities, homework, writing intervention and more!
The following worksheets are included:
♥ Compound Words – Match the words to the compound word pictures.
♥ Compound Words ll – Paste the word parts to build the compound words.
♥ Make a Compound Word – Find the compound word picture that matches.
♥ Compound Word Builder – Say the picture names and then write the compound word.
♥ 2 x Compound Words lll – Paste the pictures to build the compound words.
♥ Compound Word Sort – Sort the words into the matching column.
♥ Missing Parts – Complete the compound words.
♥ Split the Compound Words – Split the compound words into word parts.
♥ Compound Words – Write all the compound words in the snowman.
♥ Compound Word Pictures – Find 9 pictures that are compound words and write them below.
♥ Compound Crossword – Complete the compound word crossword puzzle.
♥ 2 x Highlight a Compound Word – Highlight the compound word/s in each sentence.
♥ Synonym Match – Color the synonym that matches the word/picture.
♥ Synonyms – Match the words to their synonyms.
♥ Synonym Sentences – Find and replace the synonym in each sentence.
♥ Synonym Story – Read the story and then rewrite it and replace all the synonyms.
♥ Antonym Match – Color the antonym that matches the word/picture.
♥ Antonyms – Match the words to their antonyms.
♥ Antonym Sentences – Find and replace the antonym in each sentence.
♥ Antonym Story – Read the story and then rewrite it and replace all the antonyms.
♥ Thinking of Words – Think of a synonym and antonym for each word.
♥ Synonym or Antonym – Color all the synonyms yellow and all the antonyms red.
♥ Homophones – Circle the homophone that matches the picture.
♥ Homophone Match – Match the words to their homophones.
♥ Homophone Sentences – Choose the correct homophone for each sentence.
♥ To, Two or Too – Paste the correct word to complete the sentence.
♥ To, Two or Too – Write the correct word to complete the sentence.
♥ Your or You’re – Paste the correct word to complete the sentence.
♥ Your or You’re - Write the correct word to complete the sentence.
♥ Their, They’re or There – Paste the correct word to complete the sentence.
♥ Their, They’re or There – Write the correct word to complete the sentence.
♥ Homonyms – Paste the picture which matches each homonym.
♥ Contraction Word Match – Match the contractions to the words.
♥ Contraction Balloons – Write the contraction form of the words.
♥ Find a Contraction – Find the contraction in each sentence.
♥ Contractions – Choose a contraction to complete each sentence.
♥ Contractions – Sort the words into the matching column (not, are, is).
♥ Conjunction Ghost – Write all the conjunctions in the ghost.
♥ Circle and Write – Circle the contraction and write it in expanded form.
♥ 2 x Expand the Contractions – Read and expand the contractions.
♥ Preposition Match – Match the prepositions to the pictures.
♥ Beach Prepositions – Fill in the prepositions to complete the sentences.
♥ Prepositions – Choose a preposition to complete the sentences.
♥ Find the Preposition – Find the preposition in each sentence.
♥ An or A – What would come before each word?
♥ Articles – Write an or a before each word.
♥ Article Sentences – Complete the sentences by filling in an article.
♥ Missing Articles – Add an article to complete the sentences (a, an, the).
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