# What's New on STW

We add new printable worksheets, games, and teaching tools all the time! This page highlights some of our most recent additions to the site.

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Draw lines to match each picture with its corresponding /scr/ word.
Get out the letter stampers and let students practice building these /scr/ words.
Use an /scr/ word from the word bank to complete each sentence. Make sure it fits in the blanks provided!
Print out this mini-book and have students cut out each page and color them in. Then you can help them staple the pages together to create their very own scr- words mini-book!
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Each student can cut out and color their own pennant. They'll write their name and the word shown on their pennant. Then you can string all the pennants up for a fun classroom decoration.
Have your students cut out the words and arrange them to make sentences using at least one scr- word per sentence. As they build the sentences, they can write them on the primary-ruled lines provided.
Practice both phonics and fine motor skills with this cut-and-glue activity. Students will cut out letters and glue them below the images to spell the words shown.
You can use these phonics cards in several ways, including as a memory match game, on a poster, or for a notebook flip activity. They are great for matching and general phonics practice.
Practice /scr/ words with this fun cut-and-glue activity. Students can color in the pictures as well.
Test your students on reading numbers with digits in the tenths place, as well as a few whole numbers to ensure they're reading the numbers closely. The file includes score sheets you can send home to parents as well.

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Test your students' ability to read decimal numbers with this handy number wheel. The wheel includes 10 numbers with digits in the tenths place, as well as 2 whole 2-digit numbers to make sure they are reading each number carefully.
Print this number wheel on heavy stock paper and have students practice reading the numbers aloud. The file also includes a page of checklists to use to record your students' scores.
Students will practice place value by following instructions to color the numbers in each place a certain color. Then they will cut out the word boxes and place them over the corresponding digits in the number.
Use these number cards to practice ordering numbers that go up to the billions place.
This file includes 5 sets of cards. Students will cut out each set and put the cards in order from the least to greatest amount of money.
This file includes 5 sets of cards with numbers going up to the thousandths place. Students will cut them out and place them in order from least to greatest.

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This histogram has information on a person's results from golfing at the driving range. Test your students' ability to understand histograms by having them complete this worksheet.
Use this worksheet to help students practice interpreting the information presented in a histogram.
With this worksheet, students will use the provided histogram to answer questions about how long a student practiced her violin.
Students can use the data to fill in the histogram and then answer the questions about it to ensure they understand the information.
Students can complete this worksheet to learn about creating and reading histograms.
This Halloween-themed worksheet is a great way to practice making and reading bar graphs.
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This article makes an interesting supplement for teaching about World War I. Students will learn about how horses helped during the war and why they were important. Then they'll answer reading comprehension questions to test their recall and understanding of important details.
Learn all about the Florida panther, Florida's official state animal, with this reading comprehension passage and worksheet. The worksheet includes a vocabulary activity, a writing prompt, and several short answer and multiple choice questions.
This article gives an overview of the U.S. government's executive branch. The worksheet includes comprehension questions, a vocabulary activity, and a writing prompt.
Solve the basic division problems and use the answers and the key to color accordingly and complete the two worksheets.
Practice basic addition skills and color in two fun mystery pictures with this file.
This file includes two color-by-number pages. When uncolored, they look very similar. However, the keys and numbers on the pages are different. One worksheet shows a witch while the other shows a cat.
This short passage tells about a trip to the zoo. Comprehension questions include two multiple choice and one fill-in-the-blank.
This short story is about a boy's lost hat. Test your early readers' understanding of the text with the three reading comprehension questions.
At only five lines, this short passage is perfect for early readers. The three included questions will test their recall and ability to understand what they are reading.
This short passage includes a few basic facts about penguins. The worksheet has two short answer questions and one multiple choice.
Early readers can practice basic reading comprehension skills with this short passage about a girl and her bike.
Introduce young learners to the world of reading comprehension with this short passage and set of questions.
Teach your students about the legislative branch of the United States government with this reading comprehension passage and worksheet.
Get to know the judicial branch and how it checks and balances and is checked and balanced with this article. Reading comprehension questions, a vocabulary activity, and a writing prompt are included.
Students will read this article on the executive branch of the United States government and how it plays a part in the system of checks and balances. Then they'll answer questions to test their understanding of the article.
This is our most difficult Halloween addition maze, for those especially talented at navigating all the twists and turns. They'll have to add up 7 numbers to find the sum of all the pumpkins they pass.
On their way through this maze, your students will fill in the number of pumpkins their path passes. At the end, they will add up all the pumpkins to find the total.
Have your students complete this maze and solve the addition problem by filling in the number of pumpkins the good witch passes on her way through the maze and adding them together.
This ghost maze has a few more twists and turns than our easy version. Can your students make it through?
Make your way through this ghost maze and all the way to the finish.
This jack-o'-lantern maze is a bit more difficult than our easy pumpkin maze. Can you find your way to the end?
Can your students find their way through the jack-o'-lantern?
Have your students practice their basic multiplication skills with this worksheet. The two coloring pages may look similar, but they'll each reveal a different image when completed.
Students will complete the basic addition problems and use the answers and their corresponding colors to complete this worksheet.
Follow the key to color in the pictures on these worksheets. Whether you reveal a runner or a gymnast depends on which of the two worksheets you complete!
This map shows the Ring of Fire, an area with a string of volcanoes and areas known for their seismic activity. It has labels for major plates, trenches, volcanoes, and more.
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