Students will write a letter to show either the beginning or ending sound of each picture. This resource also contains a game in which they say two words that start with a, then two words that start b, then c, and so on and so on until they reach the letter z.
Students will read two different texts (an excerpt from Moondial by Helen Cresswell and Through the Looking Glass by Lewis Carroll) and compare them. Questions are provided for each passage.
Geared toward students in grades first through third grade, this worksheet can be used for review or interventions in upper grades.
Students will read a text, underline the instructions, and on a separate sheet of paper draw a flow chart that shows the instructions in the correct order.
Students will define allegory and explain the difference between allegory and alligator. Students will then read sentences, draw a circle around the word is used incorrectly, and then rewrite the sentence using the correct word.