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Adjectives are words that describe nouns and other adjectives.Adverb Worksheets
Adverbs are words that describe action verbs.Capitalization
Use a capital letter at the beginning of a sentence and for proper nouns.Cause and Effect Worksheets
Learn all about cause and effect relationships.Compound Words
A compound word is created when two smaller words are combined to make a new word.Conjunction Worksheets
Conjunctions are used to join words, phrases, clauses, or sentences together.Contraction Worksheets
A contraction is a pair of words joined by an apostrophe.Diagramming Sentences
Use these printable grammar worksheets to practice diagramming sentences.Editing Worksheets
Build proofreading skills by editing these mistake-filled paragraphs.Homographs
Homographs are words that are spelled the same way, but have different meanings. Sometimes they have different pronunciations too.Homophone Worksheets
Homophones are words that sound alike but have different meanings.Mixed Parts of Speech
On these worksheets, students practice identifying the correct part of speech for specific words in sentences.
A noun is a person, place, thing, or idea.Possessive Nouns
Use these worksheets to help students learn about singular and plural possessive nouns.Prefix - Suffix Worksheets
Worksheets that can help you teach root words along with basic prefixes and suffixes.Prepositional Phrases Worksheets
Develop your students' understanding of prepositional phrases.Pronoun Worksheets
A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun.Punctuation Worksheets
These worksheets will help students learn about exclamation points, periods, question marks, quotation marks, and commas.Subject and Predicate Worksheets
Identify the subject and predicate in each of these sentences.Syllable Worksheets
Divide the words into syllables.Verbals
Verbals are verb forms that take on the jobs of other parts of speech. Infinitives, gerunds, and participles are verbals.Verb Worksheets
Learn about action verbs and linking verbs with these printables.Voice (Active and Passive)
Learn to differentiate between sentences written in active voice and passive voice.
See Also:Reading & Writing Worksheets - Full List
View the complete index of Language Arts worksheets available on Super Teacher Worksheets.Phonics Worksheets - Full List
View the complete index of Language Arts worksheets available on Super Teacher Worksheets.