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Color the picture of a woodchuck as he emerges from his hole after a long winter's nap. This is a very simple color-by-number worksheet.Groundhog Counting Picture (Very Basic) (added January 23, 2015) Member
Count the dots in each section of the picture. Then color according to the key at the bottom of the page. The final picture shows a springtime scene with a groundhog coming out from his burrow.Groundhog Addition Picture (Basic) (added January 23, 2015) Member
Write the sum of each pair of numbers. Then color according to the key at the bottom. The finished picture shows a groundhog emerging from his hole.Groundhog Subtraction Picture (Basic) (added January 23, 2015) Member
First write the answers to the basic subtraction facts. Then color each section of the picture according to the key at the bottom. The finish picture shows a groundhog popping out of his burrow in springtime.Vocabulary for Chapters 7-8 (added January 23, 2015) Member
In this vocabulary activity students will read each sentence, then write a definition for the underlined word. Words include treacherous, departing, and abrupt.Vocabulary for Chapters 5-6 (added January 23, 2015) Member
Create vocabulary words from the story by filling in the missing letters. Stuck? Use the clues below the each word to help you out.Vocabulary for Chapters 3-4 (added January 23, 2015) Member
Match each vocabulary word from the story to the correct definition. Words include ricocheting, exhausted, impatiently, and gully.My Nose is Running (added January 23, 2015) Member
Having a runny nose can be bad, but what if your runny nose ran right off your face? Students will enjoy this funny poem that talks about the adventures of a runny nose.Emma's New Lunch Box (added January 23, 2015) Member
Emma wants a new lunch box like her friend, Alice. When Emma doesn't have the money to buy one she improvises!Spelling Words: List (E-3) (added January 20, 2015) Free
This list has twenty-two words with a long a and/or long e sounds. There are also two basic review words (from list E-1) with short vowel sounds.Diamante Poem Format (added January 20, 2015) Member
Use this worksheet to help students learn and remember the format for writing Diamante Poems.Writing Diamante Poems (added January 20, 2015) Member
Use this packet to learn all about Diamante, or Diamond Poems. Find out information on the origins of Diamante Poems, steps on how to write one, and practice sheets.
January 20, 2015
Did you know that STW has Chapter Book Worksheets? Print reading comprehension questions, puzzles, bookmarks, and literature circle activities for your favorite books. Titles include Magic Tree House, Charlotte's Web, Stone Fox, Nate the Great, Bunnicula, Flat Stanley, Frindle, Tales of a 4th Grade Nothing, The Giver, and more.
Dia de San Valentin (added January 20, 2015) Member
In this passage students will learn about how the Spanish speaking world celebrates Valentine's Day.Alphabetical Order: Whole List (E-2) (added January 19, 2015) Member
Write all of the spelling words in alphabetical order, from cloth through wilted.Alphabetical Order Cut-Glue (E-2) (added January 16, 2015) Member
Use scissors to cut the word rectangles. Glue them onto the chart in ABC order.Alphabetical Order Worksheet (E-2) (added January 16, 2015) Member
Write each group of spelling words in alphabetical order. Words are listed in groups of five.Word Search (E-2) (added January 16, 2015) Member
Search for Unit 2 spelling words in this word-hunt puzzle.Make a Word Search (E-2) (added January 16, 2015) Member
Build your own hidden words puzzle. Write E-2 words on the grid. Words can be horizontal, diagonal, or vertical. Fill in the blank spaces with random letters. A friend can solve the puzzle.Word Scramble (E-2) (added January 16, 2015) Member
Can your students unscramble all twenty-five of the spelling words on this worksheet?Question Worksheet (E-2) (added January 16, 2015) Member
This worksheets has a variety of phonics and comprehension tasks related to this week's words. Includes vocabulary, fill-in-the-blank, and syllable activities.Spelling Word List (E-2) (added January 16, 2015) Free
There are 25 words in this fifth grade spelling unit. Each word has a short i, short o, or short u vowel sound.My Phone (added January 08, 2015) Member
This relatable poem focuses on all of the things a modern day cell phone can do. A phone is no longer just a means of communication, it can do so much more!Anna and The Santa Trap (added January 08, 2015) Member
Have you ever hoped to see Santa on Christmas Eve? In this story Anna and Kitty have a plan to catch a glimpse of Santa before he's on to the next house!Persuasive Writing Graphic Organizer (with Lines) (added January 06, 2015) Member
This is a different version of the above graphic organizer. This one has lines for students to write on.Persuasive Writing Graphic Organizer (added January 06, 2015) Member
This organizer will help students plan their persuasive writing essays. There are boxes for opinion, reasons, and details. There's also a special box for a counterargument.Build Words: Foot and Book (added January 05, 2015) Free
Cut out the letter squares and glue them in the correct spaces to make the words BOOK and FOOT.Actions! (added January 01, 2015) Member
The first sentence in each pair uses a linking verb and adjective. Using the word bank, choose one action verb that can replace the verb phrase. Write the action verb on the blank line.Sentences with Action Verbs (added January 01, 2015) Member
Read each pair of sentences. Put a check mark next to the sentence that has an action verb.Build Sentences: Cards (added December 30, 2014) Member
This printable learning center has 25 sight word cards. Arrange them to make sentences. Write the sentences on the paper. Word cards include book, good, moon, school, pool, look, food, and soon.Build Words: Pet and Pen (added December 30, 2014) Member
On this CVC worksheet, students use letter tiles to build the words pet and pen.Missing Letters (OO Words) (added December 29, 2014) Member
Write the missing letter to complete each OO word. Then write the complete word. The word list includes foot, food, cook, tool, hook and book.Missing Letters 3 (Initial Consonants) (added December 29, 2014) Member
The first letter is missing from each of these silent-e words. Make the words vase, face, bike, cage, and fire.Missing Letters (AI Words) (added December 29, 2014) Member
Each AI word has a missing letter. Write the letter, then rewrite each word. List includes: mail, rain, hair, nail, pail, and tail.Dividing Decimals (added December 22, 2014) Member
These problems have decimals in the dividends and divisors. Includes two-, three-, and four-digit divisors. Step by step instructions are included on how to solve.
(example 206.01 divided by 7.63)
These problems have decimals in the dividends and divisors. Includes one- and two-digit divisors up to 12. The top of the page explains how to solve.
(example 2.4 divided by 0.8)
In this card game, students match the Silent E words with their pictures. This game works well as a learning center, a game for individuals, or large group activities.Game: Word-Picture Cards (CVC) (added December 16, 2014) Member
Play a phonics matching game with these CVC word-picture cards.Missing Letters (OA Words) (added December 16, 2014) Member
This worksheets has pictures of Long O words, spelled OA. Students write the missing letters. Then they write the word on the blank line.Build-a-Sentence: Bike Tire (added December 15, 2014) Member
Build a 6-word sentence with two magic-e words. It says, "My bike has a flat tire."Build-a-Sentence: Let's Make a Cake (added December 15, 2014) Member
This simple 4-word sentence has two CVCe words. It reads, "Let's bake a cake."Sentence Building Cards (Silent E) (added December 15, 2014) Member
Arrange the cards to build simple sentences. Some cards have basic sight words and some have silent-e words. List includes: make, fine, mice, bike, lake, take, game and kite.Build-a-Word: Mice and Tape (added December 15, 2014) Member
Create two long-e words, mice and tape. Cut out the letter cards and arrange them on the worksheet to make words.Build-a-Word: Bike and Tire (added December 15, 2014) Member
Make the words bike and tire. Cut the tiles apart and glue them in the correct order.