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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.Alphabetical Order Worksheet (E-1) (added December 17, 2014) Free
Rewrite each word list in alphabetical order. This page has five small lists, with five spelling words in each list.Alphabetical Order: Cut-Glue (E-1) (added December 17, 2014) Free
Cut out the twenty spelling word cards. Then glue them on the page in alphabetical order.Alphabetical Order: Whole List (E-1) (added December 17, 2014) Free
Students write all twenty-five of their spelling words in alphabetical order.Word Scramble (E-1) (added December 17, 2014) Free
Unscramble all 25 of your spelling words.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.Build-a-Word: Cake and Fire (added December 15, 2014) Member
Use scissors to cut the squares with letters. Arrange them to make the words fire and cake. Paste them on the page.Build-a-Word: Face and Vase (added December 15, 2014) Free
Cut out the letter tiles and arrange them to make the words vase and face. Glue the letter tiles in the correct spots.Missing Letters 2 (Silent E) (added December 15, 2014) Member
Can your students figure out the missing letter for each Silent-E word? List includes: fire, dice, nine, bike, mice, and tire.Missing Letters 1 (Silent E) (added December 15, 2014) Member
This page has pictures for 6 silent e words. Write the missing letter. Then write the whole word. Words include cage, face, cake, rake, tape, and vase.Dividing Decimals (added December 15, 2014) Member
These problems have decimals in the divisors and dividends. Includes two-digit divisors. The top of the page explains how to solve.
(example 5.04 divided by 0.42)
Complete this color-by-number worksheet to reveal a picture of a waving Santa.Division Math Picture: Santa (added December 12, 2014) Member
Solve the division facts and color the worksheet according to the code at the footer of the worksheet.Basic Multiplication Math Picture: Santa (added December 12, 2014) Member
Write the correct product in each space. Then color according to the key on the bottom part of the page. Finished picture is a portrait of Santa Claus.Basic Subtraction Math Picture: Santa (added December 12, 2014) Member
After solving the basic subtraction facts, color each part of the Santa picture as indicated by the key at the bottom.Basic Addition Math Picture: Santa (added December 12, 2014) Free
First, write the answers to the addition facts. (Facts have addends up to 10.) Then follow the code at the bottom to color the spaces. The finished product is a portrait of Santa Claus.
December 11, 2014
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.
Basic Division Math Picture: Tree (added December 10, 2014) Member
Write the quotient for each basic division fact shown. Then apply the coloring code at the bottom to the illustration.Basic Multiplication Math Picture: Tree (added December 10, 2014) Member
Find the product for each pair of factors on this Christmas tree illustration. The use the code at the bottom to color the spaces.Basic Subtraction Math Picture: Tree (added December 10, 2014) Member
After writing the answers to basic subtraction problems, students color the Christmas tree according to the color code at the bottom of the page.Basic Addition Math Picture: Tree (added December 10, 2014) Member
Write the answers to the basic addition problems (with addends up to 10). Then color each part of the tree according to the key at the bottom of the page.
Decimal Division Boxes (added December 04, 2014) Member
This math worksheet helps students learn how to divide decimals. Turn horizontal math problems into vertical ones and solve. Decimals are in the divisors and dividends.Dividing Decimals by Single-Digits (added December 04, 2014) Member
Use these division boxes to teach students how to divide single-digit decimals.Double Negatives (added December 04, 2014) Member
Use this worksheet to teach your students about double negatives. Read each sentence and circle the correct word.2-Digit Decimal Multiplication (added December 04, 2014) Member
Multiply decimals by 2-Digit numbers. (example. 82 x 0.65) This worksheet requires students to rewrite problems vertically.Multiplying Decimals By 1 and 2-Digit Numbers (added December 04, 2014) Member
Multiply decimals by 1 and 2-digit numbers. (examples: 3.4 x 4 and 1.35 x 5.5) Includes 8 vertical problems and 2 word problems.Multiplying Decimal Numbers (added December 04, 2014) Free
Multiply each decimal by a one-digit number. (example: 18.7 x 6) This worksheet requires students to rewrite each problem vertically to solve.Dividing Decimals (added December 04, 2014) Member
This page has five decimal division problems and one word problem. These problems have decimals in the dividend only.Ian Builds a Snowman (added December 04, 2014) Member
Fresh snow has just fallen and Ian and Sir Wags-a-Lot can't wait to play in it! Read to find out about Ian's time in the snow, and the snowman he and his friend Anna build.Christmas Book Bingo (Level A-B) (added December 02, 2014) Member
Read the Christmas books on the game board. Color the square for each book read. Students try to get 5 in a row to get a bingo.
(Approx. Grade Level: 1-2)
Read five Christmas books. After each book, color in a square on the game card. Can your students get five in a row?
(Approx. Grade Level: 2-4)
November 26, 2014
We've recently created worksheets that you can use with the chapter book, Magic Tree House: Christmas in Camelot. Print reading comprehension questions, vocabulary activities, puzzles, and more.
Spider Web (added November 25, 2014) Member
Imagine you are a spider. Where would you build your web? Tell how you would build it? What bugs do you catch in it?Addition and Subtraction Facts: 0-20 (added November 19, 2014) Member
Solve all of the mixed addition and subtraction facts as quickly as possible. Includes sums up to and including 20 and differences up to and including 10.Addition and Subtraction: Single-Digit (added November 19, 2014) Member
Practice addition and subtraction facts with this worksheet. All numbers are single-digit.Addition and Subtraction:0-20 (added November 19, 2014) Member
In this practice worksheet students will need to seamlessly switch between addition and subtraction. Facts range from 0-20.Word Problems: Single-Digit (added November 19, 2014) Member
This worksheet focuses on basic addition and subtraction. The numbers in each problem are single-digit.Word Problems: Facts 0-20 (added November 19, 2014) Member
These word problems tests students knowledge of addition and subtraction facts up to 20.Number Line Addition and Subtraction (added November 18, 2014) Member
This page has number lines that show an addition or subtraction problem. Write the correct math fact for each.QR Division Word Problems (Basic) (added November 10, 2014) Member
Scan the QR barcode with a tablet or smartphone to reveal a basic division word problem. Solve in the space provided.
(Note: This worksheet requires students to use a smartphone or tablet with a QR code scanner.)