This worksheet focuses on point of view for younger elementary students. Students will have to decide how the character feels in one part of the organizer and discuss the clues the author gave the reader. A brief description of point of view is on
This is a test on forces of motion that I gave my 2nd graders. This test has some short answer, fill in the blank, and true or false. There are pictures and a graph with corresponding questions. This test can be modifed however you see fit.
Everyday Math touches the surface of adding and subtracting money through money word problems. In this worksheet, students will practice reading problems, deciding whether to add or subtract, estimate, and solve accordingly. Goes along with unit
-Money word problems: Includes adding and subtracting problems. Calculator usage an option. Some problems include giving change. As well, there are more complex "What's My Rule" problems.
-Finding the place value for the underlined
A Fact and Opinion Chart. This cut-and-paste worksheet has different examples of facts and opinions. Students have to decide if the sentence is a fact or an opinion and paste it in the correct side of the chart.