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1st Grade Reading Comprehension

Read the article, poems, and stories, and answer the reading comprehension questions. Passages written for students at a first grade reading level.

2nd Grade Reading Comprehension

Read the stories, poems, and articles. Then answer the reading comprehension questions. Passages written for students at a second grade reading level.

3rd Grade Reading Comprehension

Read the poems, stories, and articles. Answer the reading comprehension questions. Passages written for students at a third grade reading level.

4th Grade Reading Comprehension

Read the article, poems, and stories, and answer the reading comprehension questions. Passages written for students at a fourth grade reading level.

5th Grade Reading Comprehension

Read the article, poems, and stories, and answer the reading comprehension questions. Passages written for students at a fifth grade reading level.


This page has worksheets on abbreviations. Includes days of the week, months of the year, titles, streets, and states.


Teach students about adjectives that describe nouns.


Explore adverbs, words that describe action verbs.

Alphabet Worksheets

Teach students to recognize, read, and write letters of the alphabet.

Alphabetical Order

Word sorts, cut-and-glue activities, and worksheets for teaching alphabetical order.


Build vocabulary skills with these analogy worksheets.

Articles (A, An, The)

Printables related to the articles a, an, and the.


Read biographies of notable people in these nonfiction articles geared for elementary-aged students.


Learn to use capital letters for proper nouns and at the beginning of sentences.

Cause and Effect

Learn about cause and effect relationships.

Chapter Books (by Title)

We have worksheets and activities that can be used with popular titles in children's literature. If you read chapter books in your classroom, take a look at this page.


This page has a variety of printable worksheets for teaching students to use commas. Includes commas in a series, commas to offset non-essential information, commas in dates, and commas in addresses.

Compare and Contrast

Print Venn diagrams, compare/contrast worksheets, and compare/contrast reading passages.

Compound Words

Build compound words by combining two smaller words together.

Conjunction Worksheets

Use these worksheets for teaching students about joining sentences or phrases with conjunctions.


Learn to identify words with positive and negative connotations using our printable connotations worksheets.

Contraction Worksheets

Practice making contractions by joining pairs of words with an apostrophe.

Cursive Handwriting Practice

Master the art of cursive handwriting with these handwriting worksheets.

Diagramming Sentences

Create diagrams of simple and complex sentences with these worksheets.

Dictionary Skills

Learn to use a dictionary with these printable worksheets.

Double Negatives

Teach students how to identify, and avoid, double negatives in their writing.

Fact and Opinion

Determine which sentences are facts and which are opinions.

Fairy Tales

Try these fun fairy tale-themed activities with your class.

Friendly Letter Writing

Learn to write a friendly letter with a date, salutation, body, closing and signature.

Grammar Worksheets

Review parts of speech with these grammar worksheets.

Graphic Organizers

Organize, sort, plan, and classify with these graphic organizer worksheets.

Greek and Latin Word Parts

Check out our worksheets on Greek and Latin prefixes, affixes, and roots.

Greek Mythology

Printable puzzles, charts, reading comprehension passages, and worksheets on Greek deities.


Homographs are words that are spelled the same way, but have different meanings. Sometimes they also have different pronunciations.

Homophone Worksheets

Learn about homophones, words that sound alike but have different meanings.


Have your students practice using hyperbole to improve their creative writing skills.


Idioms are common phrases whose meanings are not taken literally. These worksheets teach students about some of the most common idioms in the English language.


Learn about inferencing with these printable worksheets.

Main Idea

Learn to identify the main idea in reading and writing. Includes graphic organizers and short reading comprehension paragraphs.

Middle School Reading Comprehension

Read the passages and answer the reading comprehension questions.

Mini-Books: Very Basic Reading

Learn to read with these basic mini-books for kindergarten and first graders.

Noun Worksheets

Learn about common and proper nouns, plural and singular nouns, and identifying nouns.

Nouns (Possessive)

Learn to write plural and singular possessive nouns with these printable activities.

Parts of Speech (Mixed)

Students identify the correct part of speech for given words within sentences.

Phonics: Consonants

Recognize consonant letter sounds with these printable worksheets and games.

Phonics: Long and Short Vowels

Recognize long and short vowel sounds with these activities and worksheets.

Phonics: Consonant Blends

This page will connect you to over a hundred worksheets on two-letter and three-letter consonant blends. (examples of blends: br- is a blend for brain and bread; cr- is a blend for crab and crib.)

Phonics: R-Controlled Vowels

R-controlled vowel sounds include /är/ as in car, /ôr/ as in horn, /ûr/ as in her, /âr/ as in hair, and /îr/ as in deer.

Phonics: Ch and Sh

Learn how to recognize and read the /ch/ and /sh/ digraphs with these printables.

Phonics Word Wheels

Practice reading words from a variety of word families with these phonics word wheels.

Poems for Kids

Print dozens of fun and creative poems for kids of all ages. Most poetry pages include comprehension questions.

Poetry Writing

Learn to write haiku, acrostics, couplets, and more with these poetry writing worksheets.

Prefix - Suffix Worksheets

Worksheets that can help you teach root words along with basic prefixes and suffixes.

Prepositional Phrases Worksheets

Learn about prepositions and prepositional phrases.

Proofreading Paragraphs

Read the paragraphs and correct the mistakes using proper proofreading marks.

Punctuation Worksheets

Use question marks, periods, exclamation points, commas, and quotation marks properly.

Printing (Handwriting) Practice

Master the art of printed (manuscript) handwriting with these practice sheets.

Pronoun Worksheets

Recognize and understand proper pronoun usage.

Quotation Marks

These printables can be used for teaching students to use quotation marks in their written dialogue.

Reading & Literature Circle Worksheets

Use these printables for reading groups, book clubs, and lit. circle time.

Reading Comprehension Worksheets

Read the passages and answer the comprehension questions.

Reading - Animal Articles

Discover new facts about your favorite animal species.

Readers' Theater Scripts

Read interactively with these fun Readers' Theater scripts.

Rhyming Worksheets

Worksheets for Rhyming words, matching, webs, and mini-books.

Sentences (Basic Building Sentences)

The page contains basic build-a-sentence worksheets. Students cut out the word cards and rearrange them to make complete sentences. These worksheets were designed primarily for students in Kindergarten and 1st grade.

Sentences (Run-Ons and Fragments)

Learn the differences between complete sentences, run-on sentences, and fragments.

Sentences (Simple, Compound, Complex)

Learn about simple, compound, and complex sentences. Review the differences between fragments and run-ons.

Sequencing Worksheets

Print sequencing strips, sequence worksheets, and sequencing graphic organizers.

Sight Word Units

We have a sight word curriculum that contains 30 units. Each unit has worksheets, practice tools, and assessment resources.

Sight Words (Individual Words)

This page has over 150 individual sight words. Each word has several worksheets. (For example, you will find several worksheets just teaching students about the word the.)

Sight Words (Dolch Words)

Review basic sight words with these Dolch flashcards, worksheets, and word wheels.

Sight Words (Fry Words)

Review Fry Instant Sight Words with these flashcards, word wheels, games, and checklists.

Similes and Metaphors

When teaching figurative language or writing, you may want to try these simile and metaphor worksheets.

Spelling, Grade 1

Build spelling skills with this set of resources for first graders; Includes word lists, puzzles, ABC Order sorts.

Spelling, Grade 2

Build spelling skills with this set of printables for second grade teachers; includes lists, puzzles, and alphabetical order sorts.

Spelling, Grade 3

Build spelling skills with this set of materials for third grade teachers; includes lists, puzzles, alphabetical order sorts, flashcards, and testing materials.

Spelling, Grade 4

Build spelling skills with this set of printables for fourth grade teachers; includes lists, puzzles, and alphabetical order sorts.

Subject and Predicate Worksheets

Learn the difference between the subject and predicate of a sentence.

Syllable Worksheets

Practice dividing words into syllables.

Synonym and Antonym Worksheets

Build vocabulary skills with these worksheets on synonyms (words that have similar meanings) and antonyms (words with different meanings).

Transition Words

This page has resources that will help kids learn about using transition words in their writing.

Verb Worksheets

Learn all about action verbs and linking verbs.


Infinitives, participles, and gerunds are called verbals. Verbals are verbs that act as nouns, adjectives, or adverbs.

Voice (Active and Passive)

Practice differentiating between sentences written in passive voice and active voice.

Word Families

Word families are groups of words that have common endings (examples: hat, sat, at, rat; or back, pack, rack, sack, black). We have early literacy worksheets for dozens of different word families.

Word Ladders

Use critical thinking and phonics skills to change letters in the given words to make new words.

Writing Worksheets

Write sentences, letters, addresses, thank you notes, and more.

Writing Story Picture Worksheets

Improve writing skills with these story picture worksheets.

Writing Paper

Use these printable sheets of primary and intermediate lines writing paper.

Writing Persuasive Essays

Use these worksheets when teaching students to express their personal opinions through persuasive essays.

Writing Prompt Worksheets

Inspire students to write creatively with these printable writing worksheets.

Index Pages:
Chapter Book Literacy Units

Here you'll find a large selection of activities to use with the most popular chapter books. Titles include Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing, Magic Treehouse, Charlotte's Web, Cam Jansen, The Boxcar Children, Bunnicula, and many others.

ELA Buzz

This spiraling set of daily review worksheets covers important ELA skills covered in most core curricula. From proofreading and punctuation to verb tense and vocabulary, these worksheets have a little bit of everything you want to teach your students about ELA

Fix the Sentences

Check out our full collection of daily Fix the Sentences worksheets, with content for grades 1 through 5.

Picture Book Literacy Units

This page has printable literacy activities to go along with poplar children's books. Titles include If You Give a Mouse a Cookie, Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?, and many others.

Reading Comprehension Worksheets

Browse the full collection of reading comprehension passages on this site.

Worksheet Sets

Browse by type of worksheet. This page has scavenger hunts, math crossword puzzles, mystery pictures, research projects, and more.

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