Printable Read and Answer Worksheets on many topics.
Reading Log graphic organizers for you to print. Allows the students to record their progress in their books.
Classic stories to print, pages to read, crafts, information pages, and worksheets to print.
Crafts, quizzes, information, coloring pages, and printouts related to the alphabet.
Answer 8 multiple-choice questions on the definition of words; a lesson in using a dictionary.
Find a Theme Word for Each Letter. These worksheets prompt the students to find a word for each letter of the alphabet fitting a specific theme.
In these worksheets, the student answers simple questions using a list of spelling words.
These worksheets are all about unscrambling scrambled words. Many are themed in various ways.
In these worksheets you’re prompted to fill in the missing letters of the words. The words each come with an image to help.
In these printable worksheets, the student thinks of and writes down words related to a topic.
Learn about the different parts of speech and view many worksheets on the topic of grammar here.
An adage (also called a proverb) is an old, short saying that is generally accepted to have some truth to it.
In these worksheets, the student is given one pair of related words and another word without its pair. The student must find a word that has the same relationship to the word as the first pair.
Lists of opposites by letter. Also includes various rhymes, printouts to color, and activities in many different languages.
In these printable worksheets, the student writes synonyms of common words.
A picture dictionary with links to educational activities and games. (Available in a variety of languages.)
Rhymes, crafts, quizzes, information, coloring pages, and printouts related to the alphabet.
Worksheets and activities related to using a dictionary.
Printable Picture Dictionaries and ABC Books for early readers.
In these themed worksheets, the student takes a word, writes down its part of speech and definition, and uses it in a sentence.
These printouts are for children who are learning how to write letters and numbers. They can use these printouts to practice writing letters and numbers.
Printouts where the student traces all the letters of the alphabet in a traditional writing style (print).
A printout for practicing writing in cursive, by tracing the alphabet.
Each worksheet has a capital letter, a lower-case letter, and four words that start with that letter, with pictures of those words to color.
Little Explorers children’s picture dictionary, organized phonetically, by the first sound of each word.
Activities and worksheets on phonics.
Preschoolers and Kindergartners enjoy picking out the words they can read in their favorite nursery rhymes, with images interspersed.
Printable rhyme pages with an image to color!
Nursery rhyme pictures that you can color online and also read.
Word families are groups of words that have a common feature or pattern. Learn all about them here.
Learn about libraries and view printable library-themed worksheets.
Worksheets and information on the Dewey Decimal System of categorizing and classifying books.
Print these scavenger hunts, then have students use the library to answer the questions about the library, book classification, reference books, and authors.
These printable worksheets provide various questions for the students to write short answers to.
In these worksheets, the student is given a series of short answers. For each answer, the student writes an appropriate question.
These activities test reading comprehension while teaching the student about a topic. In each, the student reads a few paragraphs with missing words, and must fill in the blanks (using a word bank).
Word lists organized by category and some vocabulary-themed worksheets/activities.
Edward W. Dolch listed the words most frequently used in children’s books, divided by reading level. View Dolch-word printable worksheets here.
Consonant blends are groups of two or three consonants in words that makes a distinct consonant sound. View lists of words which start with common blends and worksheets about consonant blends.
In these printable worksheets, the student writes 10 words by category for many topics.
Various printouts containing writing prompts for short essays.
Printouts, crafts and writing activities designed to encourage and stimulate writing.
In these printouts, students write inside a thought bubble, expressing the feelings or emotions of a character or animal.
Write a story about the picture.
Write about something and draw a picture of it, using these printable templates.
Each worksheet instructs the students to write ten things about the subject you specify (and one thing they’d like to change about it).
Acrostic poems are simple poems in which each the first letter of each line forms a word or phrase (vertically). Have fun writing your own with these worksheets!
Write concrete poems by arranging the words of the poem into a shape that also describes the poem.
Haiku often have a total of 17 syllables and usually have three lines. Learn all about haikus and the country they come from, Japan.
In these printable worksheets, the student writes poems inside the pictures of common items and maps.
Learn how to make a classroom newspaper and organize your thoughts/notes with these helpful tips and printouts.
A glossary of common terms used when talking about newspapers.
Use this worksheet to take notes as your first step in writing a newspaper article.
How to write a good book report; includes a rubric.
Make as many words as you can from the letters in a phrase or word. Printable worksheet with 50 blanks.
In these printable puzzles, use the word segments to make spelling words.
Worksheets featuring many different kinds of word puzzles, ranging from Kindergarten all the way through High School.
Word Search printouts where you are asked to find all the given words in a grid of letters.
In these worksheets you match the words to the boxes that will fit the letters, depending on whether the letters have ascenders or descenders.
Try to change a word into another word by changing one letter at a time (using real words along the way).
In these printable puzzles, lines connect boxes which contain the same letter. Use your knowledge to see if you can fill them in!