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In this game, students move from desk to desk, around the classroom, and calculate the area of rectangles.Question Worksheet (E-4) (added February 26, 2015) Member
Answer the phonics questions. Complete sentences with the correct spelling word. Count syllables. Find antonyms.Alphabetical Order: Cut and Glue (E-4) (added February 26, 2015) Member
Use scissors to cut out each of the twenty-five word cards. Arrange them on the page in the correct order and glue them down.Alphabetical Order (E-4) (added February 26, 2015) Free
Alphabetize each of the five sets of words.Spelling Word List (E-4) (added February 26, 2015) Member
This week's words have the long i and long o sounds. Partial list: island, wholesome, photo, dough, silent, and strike.Correct or Incorrect? (E-4) (added February 26, 2015) Member
Circle the spelling word in each of the sentences. Then tell whether each one is spelled incorrectly or correctly.Make a Word Search (E-4) (added February 26, 2015) Member
Write your spelling words on the puzzle grid. Put only one letter in each square. Include random letters in the blank spaces. Have a friend solve.Spelling Test (E-4) (added February 26, 2015) Member
Use this PDF template for your students' spelling test. Includes twenty-five blank lines- one for each of their spelling words.Game: Multiplication Scoot! (added February 20, 2015) Member
In this game, students move from desk to desk, around the classroom, answering basic multiplication questions. Includes 30 game cards, student answer sheet, and teacher instructions.Betty's Spaghetti (added February 19, 2015) Member
Poor Betty, she doesn't seem to make the best spaghetti! Read this funny poem then answer the comprehension and vocabulary questions.Hidden Treasures (added February 19, 2015) Member
This activity will help students take an introspective look at themselves by examining their positive character traits. Packet contains an explanation of character traits, poem, vocabulary, and writing activity.Alphabetical Order Worksheet (E-3) (added February 18, 2015) Member
Write each word set in alphabetical order. Words are in groups of five.Alphabetical Order Cut-Glue (E-3) (added February 18, 2015) Member
Use your scissors to cut out the spelling word squares. Then arrange them on the numbered rectangles in alphabetical order.Make a Word Search (E-3) (added February 18, 2015) Member
This worksheet has a grid for your students' spelling words. They hide the words in the puzzle, fill in the extra spaces with random letters, and have a friend complete the puzzle.Harvest Moon (Poem) (added February 18, 2015) Member
This is a wonderful seasonal poem about the Harvest Moon. Read the poem, answer the comprehension questions, then learn about Harvest Moon.Division Mystery Picture: Dragon (added February 18, 2015) Member
Solve to find the quotients for each simple division problem. Then color the friendly sea monster (or perhaps it's a dragon) picture according to the key at the bottom of the worksheet.Addition Mystery Picture: Dragon (added February 18, 2015) Member
Each problem has a sum of 16 or less. After writing the answers, color the dragon picture according to the key. (Is it a dragon? Some people think it looks more like a sea monster.)
Build-a-Sentence: Washington (added February 10, 2015) Member
For this cut-and-glue activity, students will build a six-word sentence. The sentence reads: "George Washington was our first president."Build-a-Sentence: Lincoln (added February 10, 2015) Member
Cut out the word squares and rearrange them on the page to create a sentence about Abe Lincoln.Build Sentences (Cards) (added February 10, 2015) Member
Build sentences with a Presidents' Day theme. Cards include a mix of basic sight words and words related to presidents. Word cards include: George, Washington, Abe, Lincoln, tall, hat, white, house, USA, and people.Multiplying Decimals by 2-Digit Numbers (added February 09, 2015) Member
This page has ten vertical problems and one word problem.
(example: 76.4 x 2.5)
Play this whole-class card game to review perimeter. Each student must calculate the perimeter on his card and read it aloud on his turn.Game: Area of Rectangle
"I have... Who has..." (added February 06, 2015) Member
In this whole-class chain reaction game, students must find the area of a shape on a card, and be ready to announce it when his card is called.Nature Poem (added February 05, 2015) Member
In this activity students will think about different habitats and the plants and animals found within them. They will then write a poem about the plants and animals found within a particular habitat. Background on habitats, graphic organizer, poem example, and poem layout included in packet.On My Nature Hike (added February 03, 2015) Member
This poem helps to remind us of the peacefulness of nature. Read the poem "On My Nature Hike" then answer the questions. An animal identification sheet is also attached.Word-Maze Puzzle: Layers of Earth (added February 03, 2015) Member
Wind your way through the word maze to reveal an interesting fact. Words include: crust, mantle, inner core, and outer core. Fact reads: The crust and top pat of the mantle are made of moving pieces called tectonic plates. Movements of these plates can cause earthquakes.The Pizza Beast (added February 03, 2015) Member
Who loves pizza more than the Pizza Beast? In this poem the Pizza Beast eats all types of pizza with all kinds of toppings. Read the poem then answer the comprehension questions, and respond to a short writing prompt.Rainy Day Surprise (added January 29, 2015) Member
No one likes to be stuck inside when it's raining out. Read this story to find out what James and Bella do to pass the time indoors.FC Barcelona (added January 29, 2015) Member
In Spain, soccer is a well loved sport. Read this passage to find out interesting information about Barcelona's soccer team, FC Barcelona.Wavy Lines (Fish) (added January 28, 2015) Member
Color the fish pics and then cut carefully along the wavy lines.Zigzag Lines (Boats) (added January 28, 2015) Free
Color the boats and cut along the zigzag lines.
Dividing Decimals Advanced #2 (added January 26, 2015) Member
More advanced-level long division problems with decimals.
(example: 54.288 / 6.24)
These problems have decimals in all parts of the problem.
(example: 77.44 divided by 6.4)
These problems have decimals in the divisors and in the dividends. Includes divisors up to 12. Students should be able to complete this page with only a basic knowledge of multiplication, decimals, and long division.
(example: 0.65 divided by 0.5)
This basic article teaches kids about groundhog burrows, hibernation, and habitats. Includes comprehension questions, a vocabulary matching activity, and a writing prompt.
[Approx. Grade Levels: 1-2]
Color the picture of a woodchuck as he emerges from his hole after a long winter's nap. This is a very simple color-by-number worksheet.Groundhog Addition Picture (Basic) (added January 23, 2015) Member
Write the sum of each pair of numbers. Then color according to the key at the bottom. The finished picture shows a groundhog emerging from his hole.Groundhog Subtraction Picture (Basic) (added January 23, 2015) Member
First write the answers to the basic subtraction facts. Then color each section of the picture according to the key at the bottom. The finish picture shows a groundhog popping out of his burrow in springtime.My Nose is Running (added January 23, 2015) Member
Having a runny nose can be bad, but what if your runny nose ran right off your face? Students will enjoy this funny poem that talks about the adventures of a runny nose.Emma's New Lunch Box (added January 23, 2015) Member
Emma wants a new lunch box like her friend, Alice. When Emma doesn't have the money to buy one she improvises!Spelling Words: List (E-3) (added January 20, 2015) Free
This list has twenty-two words with a long a and/or long e sounds. There are also two basic review words (from list E-1) with short vowel sounds.Diamante Poem Format (added January 20, 2015) Member
Use this worksheet to help students learn and remember the format for writing Diamante Poems.Writing Diamante Poems (added January 20, 2015) Member
Use this packet to learn all about Diamante, or Diamond Poems. Find out information on the origins of Diamante Poems, steps on how to write one, and practice sheets.
January 20, 2015
Did you know that STW has Chapter Book Worksheets? Print reading comprehension questions, puzzles, bookmarks, and literature circle activities for your favorite books. Titles include Magic Tree House, Charlotte's Web, Stone Fox, Nate the Great, Bunnicula, Flat Stanley, Frindle, Tales of a 4th Grade Nothing, The Giver, and more.