Fifth Grade Ela Word Meaning Worksheets


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  • Winter Crossword

    Does your fifth grader know how to spell Kwanzaa? What about Hanukkah? This challenging crossword will have him puzzling over all things winter.

  • 5th Grade Vocabulary Crossword

    If your 5th grade is crazy for crosswords, she'll be pleased with this offering.

  • Simile and Metaphor

    Can you tell the difference between a simile and a metaphor? Help your star writer sort out her figurative language with a fun activity.

  • Reading Comprehension: The Secret Garden

    Your little reader is sure to enjoy this selection from the children's classic, "The Secret Garden." She'll build her vocabulary and reading skills.

  • Marco Polo

    Your child will love learning all about the exploits of the famous European explorer Marco Polo with this attractively illustrated worksheet.

  • Scrambled Similes

    This worksheet will help your child understand what similes are, and she'll even get to use her imagination to write some of her own!

  • Civil Rights Vocabulary

    Explore the special vocabulary that applies to the civil rights movement, both the one in our American history and those going on today.

  • Idioms: Tell Us What You Think!

    Use this worksheet to review figurative language! Students will write what they think each idiom on this worksheet means.

  • Build Vocabulary with Synonyms and Antonyms

    Kids identify synonyms and antonyms in this silly worksheet.

  • All About Metaphors

    This worksheet is a slam dunk for metaphors! Your young writer will learn what makes up a metaphor, and then practice making a few of her own.

  • Homographs

    Get ready for some wordplay! This homographs worksheet will help your child sort out those words that look alike but sound different and mean different things.

  • Reading Comprehension: Black Beauty

    Inspire your reluctant reader with this comprehension page, featuring a passage from a classic novel, Black Beauty.

  • Root Word, Suffix, and Prefix Review

    Kids identify and define word parts in this worksheet.

  • Vocab in History: Declaration of Independence

    Give your 5th grader's vocabulary a boost while deepening his U.S. history knowledge with this social studies worksheet.

  • Amerigo Vespucci

    America gets its name from Amerigo Vespucci. Kids will learn about this important historical figure with this fun worksheet.

  • Build Vocabulary 1

    Kids can build their vocabulary and spelling skills with this worksheet. Your child will learn the definitions for vocabulary words and use them in context.

  • What is Personification?

    Help your writing sing with personification! Practice identifying the different examples of personification in these poems by Emily Dickinson.

  • Double Trouble

    The words indicated on this worksheet may sound and look the same, but they are "homonyms," meaning that they have different meanings. Double trouble!

  • Black Beauty Reading Comprehension

    Liberty is precious to humans and to horses. Your young student can read about Beauty's longing for liberty in this worksheet for "Black Beauty."

  • Reading Comprehension: All Gold Canyon

    Young readers will enjoy this passage from Jack London's "All Gold Canyon." They'll complete some vocabulary and reading comprehension exercises too.

  • 5th Grade Vocabulary Crossword Puzzle

    When your students complete this crossword puzzle they will be introduced to a variety of words that are commonly seen in 5th grade texts and basal readers.

  • Vivacious Vocabulary #1

    Kids use grade-level words in sentences with this vocabulary worksheet.

  • Leif Ericson

    Young historians will love learning facts about the famous Viking explorer Leif Ericson while practicing their reading comprehension and writing skills.

  • Reading Comprehension: The Prince and the Pauper

    Beginning readers, enjoy this passage from Twain's classic "The Prince and the Pauper" and then complete some vocabulary and comprehension questions.