We found 207 resources with the concept the 5 w's
Family Titles, Pronouns, Writing about a Person
4th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
How is your grandmother related to you? How is your cousin related to your grandmother? Learn about family relationships and pronouns with an activity that guides pupils to write two short narratives about members of their families.
Five W’s and One H Activity for Events and People of the Indian Removal
8th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
What did Andrew Jackson have to do with the Indian Removal Act? Learn more about a pivotal moment in American history with a jigsaw activity. Learners from each group choose different historical figures and/or events to research, then...
Comprehension During Independent Reading
2nd - 5th CCSS: Adaptable
Ideal for a language arts class, literary unit, or independent reading assignment, a set of reading worksheets address a wide array of skills. From poetic elements to nonfiction text features, you can surely find a valuable resource in...
How to Help Your Child Understand and Produce “Wh” Questions
K - 1st
Practice who, what, where, when, and why with a series of activities designed for forming and answering questions. Kids work on choosing the correct wh- word to ask the question they want with a word chart, conversational cues, and...
Writing with Wow Words and Building Vocabulary
5th - 8th CCSS: Adaptable
There are some words out there that just make you say, "Wow!" Encourage your class to find and use these words in their writing to make their work more interesting and complex. This packet goes through the writing process, beginning with...
Question Words, Comparative and Superlative Adjectives
4th - 8th CCSS: Designed
Practice asking how high and how often with grammar exercises about question words. After completing sentences and writing questions for answers that are provided, pupils work on a few activities about comparative and superlative...
Language Focus and Vocabulary Unit 8.1: Sentence Forms, Travel and Weather
3rd - 8th CCSS: Adaptable
Practice a range of skills with a learning exercise that covers both grammar and vocabulary. After working with imperative sentences, kids move on to sentences that include forms of going to and will and won't. The second half of the...