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In this literacy worksheet, students solve the reading problems with the tables of information given for each of the eight questions.
Students use adjectives, the simple present, the future and the simple past to describe, predict and compare. They create a document that includes a graphic.
Help learners grasp prefixes, antonyms, and spelling rules with this engaging game and the related worksheets. All directions and materials are included to give kids a variety of opportunities to interact with the prefixes mis-, dis-, un-, and il- along with several others. Designed for use with English language learners, this would be an excellent approach for any class studying these affixes.
In this literacy worksheet, students practice writing sentences and using the correct grammar. They also solve the crossword puzzles.
In this reading comprehension worksheet, students complete a variety of short activities directly related to the reading of the poem, "Tom's Night Out."
In this letter writing skills worksheet, students read 10 phrases to help them write letters, notes, and cards.  Students send an invitation, a good luck card, a Happy Birthday card, 2 get well cards, and a letter.  Students also write the envelope for the letter.  Examples are provided along with templates for each type of note.  A list of standards is included.
In this ESL literacy worksheet, students examine each individual board and then use them to tell and write a story about the events.
In this reading comprehension and writing worksheet, students explore different kinds of texts and answer questions. Students read a passage, answer questions, and write a similar passage of their own.
In this literacy worksheet, students are given a graphic organizer to complete or are presented it as part of the lesson developed from using this sheet.
Students familiarize themselves with the concept of tongue twisters. They can either create them directly on the computer or prepare them in class. Students explain what a tongue twister is and how it helps to develop language skills.
In this ESL instructional activity, students read about problems from a newspaper and discuss the solution in pairs. The students then read the newspaper's advise and see who wrote the closet answer.
Young readers participate in a prefix game. They use laminated cards to recognize root words, prefixes, and antonyms. Everyone determines what happens to a word when a prefix is added.
In this Eurovision literacy worksheet, students read two pages of information then answer 14 questions about the passage, write a letter and plan a discussion.
In this language arts worksheet, students look for the facts and create several nonfiction texts while including useful information for the reader.
In this writing worksheet, students participate in a variety of punctuation activities. For example, rewrite a text using correct punctuation and unscramble words to create sentences.
In this grammar worksheet, students read and identify squ- words and then, recognize that sq (and q) are always followed by u. They also read a story and highlight all the words that begin with squ. Finally, students complete a crossword puzzle for reinforcement.
Students practice copying and pasting with word processing skill sheets and scanning for details in informational text and select relevant details for categorizing information. They copy and paste for additional practice an immunization schedule in two places and a recycling sheet.
In this economics activity ,students fill out a variety of forms and practice writing in the right kind of information for each in the context of financial forms.
In this Language Arts worksheet, students complete a table about letters. Students include information such as what the letter is for and why it was written.
In this Language Arts worksheet, students read about persuasive writing. Students read an example and complete a chart that organizes the information into facts and opinions.

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