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Using this Adverb Fill in the Blanks Worksheet, students fill in the blanks with adverbs to complete the sentence using a word bank.
This Use the Prepositions Worksheet teaches students how to use prepositions in writing to build detail in their writing.
Using this Classifying Nouns, Verbs, or Adjectives Worksheet, students sort objects into three categories based on what part of speech it is.
Using this Common and Proper Nouns Activity, students match the Common and Proper Noun Cards to the appropriate category.
Using this Adjectives Fill in the Blanks Worksheet, students fill in the blanks with adjectives that complete the sentence using the provided word bank.
Using this Noun Fill in the Blanks Worksheet, students fill in the blanks with the correct nouns. to gain a better understanding of parts of speech.
Using Choosing Pronouns Worksheet, students choose the best pronoun that matches the subject to complete the sentence.
Using Fill in the Blanks Verb Worksheet, students fill in the blanks with verbs to build their understanding of parts of speech.
Using Parts of Speech Crossword Puzzle, students use the clues about Parts of Speech to fill in the crossword puzzle with the missing words.
Using this Adverb Cooking Dinner Story Worksheet, students find examples of adverbs in a story about cooking dinner.
Using Relative & Possessive Pronouns Worksheet, students fill in the blank to complete the sentence with the best relative and possessive pronoun.
Using this Circle & Underline Adverb Worksheet, students read ten sentences and circle examples of adverbs.
Using these Action Verbs Flash Cards, students improve their verb vocabulary by having a set of words they can use in their writing.
Using this Noun, Adjective, and Verb Activity, students sort examples of nouns, verbs, and adjectives into categories to build their parts of speech understanding.
Using Identifying Verb Tenses Worksheet, students indicate whether each sentence’s verb is written in the past, present, or future tense.
Using this Comparative & Superlative Adverbs Worksheet , students fill in the blanks with comparative and superlative adverbs to complete the sentence.
Using this Use Irregular Verbs Worksheet, students write the irregular past tense form of the verb to practice verb conjugation.
Using Plurals S ES IES Worksheet, students add the proper word ending to make a plural noun.