This worksheet allows younger readers to identify subjects and predicates by using sentences with simpler, easy to decode words. They are asked to circle the subject and underline the predicate. Then they are asked to choose a sentence and draw a
I used this with my higher groups. They read the paragraph, identify the words with inflected endings -ing and -s. Then they write them below under the correct category. I needed something more challenging then the worksheets that went along with
This worksheet has 8 opportunities to practice long vowel word reading. There are words with long vowels silent e in a box. Students read the sentences and choose the appropriate word to fill in the blank. The bottom of the page asks them to choose
This worksheet helps students understand the concept of a math table by reading a word problems and filling the in the table. This is geared towards 1st and 2nd grade therefore it requires students to use their rote counting by 2s and 10s. An answer
This worksheet is geared towards 1st/2nd grade. They read the sentences, highlight the words that have short u and fin:) al consonant blends. They then rewrite the words at the bottom of the page under the correct category.
This package consists of 4 Go Fish games separated by vowels. GREAT for centers or partner work!!
Deal 7 cards to each player and keep the rest in the middle. Match the pairs of words you have and when ready, begin by taking turns asking for
This worksheet has an easy to read paragraph about shopping with dad. Following the story are 3 questions that ask which of the choices is either a fact or an opinion. This is great practice for identifying the difference.
This package contains 2 worksheets that practice identifying common and proper nouns.
Worksheet 1: Read the sentences and rewrite them, capitalizing the proper nouns
Worksheet 2: Read the sentences, underline the common nouns, and circle the proper
This product is a worksheet composed of an example, 8 sentences that only contain a subject and verb, and a box for an illustration. The student is asked to read the short sentence and then rewrite it adding details describing where. This is GREAT
Students are given and word bank and sentences. They must first highlight all of the adjectives in the word bank. Then they use those to fill in the blanks in the sentences. Great for adjective practice!
While studying compound words, I asked students to keep this sheet on their clipboards and as they read during D.E.A.R. or EEKK center, to write down the compound words. I found this really helps students pay close attention to the words they are
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GREAT for centers or partners!!
This package consists of 5 sets of Go Fish cards separated by vowels. This way, if you are working on short a, you can play the game entirely with short a words and then when students are ready for the next sets, you
This worksheet has 10 statements on it. Students write F if the statement is a fact or O if it is an opinion. This is great for students who need something easier to read while practicing facts and opinions!
This worksheet has students practice reading words that end with y and circling whether the y made the long i or e sound. It has an opportunity at the bottom for students to write any words they can think of that end with y that make either sound as