In this lucky worksheet, learners create an acrostic poem on what it means to be lucky. Students write words beginning with the letters in the word LUCKY.
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New Review Comparative Adjectives: Words That End in Y
What do messy, dreamy, and lucky have in common? They are all adjectives that trade their -y for -ier in the comparative form! Learners practice the vowel shift with twenty adjectives, all of which end in -y.
2nd - 4th English Language Arts CCSS: Designed
Key Ideas: Butterflies
As we all know the Common Core is all about key ideas and details. Lucky for you, this learning exercise provides a short informational paragraph on butterflies and a graphic organizer to help youngsters identify the main point of the...
1st English Language Arts CCSS: Designed