Fifth-grade - Ela concepts

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  • Reading Comprehension: Wizard of Oz

    Dive into the world of "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz" with this reading comprehension page.

  • Opening Sentences Writing Practice

    Offering three strategies on how to write a good first sentence, this worksheet helps kids become stronger writers.

  • Scientific Method Steps

    Is your child baffled by the scientific method? Dr. McSquare is here to help! Learn the steps by helping the doctor organize his lab reports.

  • Writing Resources

    Teach your child how to use writing resources like dictionaries thesauruses and help her brush up on her alphabetizing skills with this handy worksheet.

  • Organization in Writing

    This worksheet will improve your child's organization in writing by having him to use a flow chart to get in the habit of outlining his ideas.

  • Literary Terms

    Keep this study aid handy during homework time, or keep a copy in the back of your binder for classroom reference.

  • 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!

  • How to Outline an Essay

    If your little writer needs help organizing to write that big essay assignment, give her a helpful cheat-sheet full of tips on making an outline.

  • Practice Writing a Conclusion

    With this worksheet, your students will practice writing a conclusion for an informational text about photosynthesis.

  • All About Zombies

    Get into the spirit of Halloween with a spooky info page, all about zombies! Your child will learn the ways of the walking dead as he hones his reading skills.

  • What is a Narrative? Key Features

    In this activity, students will consider the key features of a narrative, such as plot, setting, rising action, and characters.

  • Reading Response Letter Interactive

    Students will look over a sample reading response letter and identify important elements in the text.

  • Sort Out the Scientific Method #1

    Dr. McSquare needs help sorting out his lab reports. Can your child read each item, then label it with the correct scientific method step?

  • Writing Metaphors

    Make writing magical with metaphors! Beginning writers can practice creating their own metaphors with this sheet as a guide.

  • What Sounds Better? Verbs and Adjectives

    Encourage students to explore the impact of using vivid verbs and adjectives on a simple description, then practice revising a phrase on their own.

  • Metaphor Game

    This printable game is a walk in the park! Get fired up for figurative language with this fun and creative metaphor game.

  • All About Mummies

    Unwrap the history behind a spooky Halloween favorite: mummies! With this reading worksheet, your child will learn all about mummies.

  • Three Sentence Structures

    Students will review and play with three basic sentence structures to liven up their writing.

  • How to Outline a Short Story

    Is your student a budding novelist? Start her career off on the right foot with this short story writing worksheet.

  • Capitalizing and Punctuating Titles and Headings

    Show your students that learning to capitalize and punctuate titles isn’t that hard when they review and practice these simple guidelines.

  • Writing an Introduction for Informational Text

    Students will practice writing hook questions and then write their own introduction to an informational text about animals that echo.

  • Writing Conclusions for Informational Text

    Students will read a fascinating, informational text about fungus, then follow steps to write a conclusion.

  • Sentence Frames for Persuasive Writing

    Help your students craft a persuasive letter or essay with this collection of sentence frames. Students will fill in the blanks to complete sentences with claims, supporting reasons, arguments, and counter arguments.

  • Persuasive Writing Prompt Cards

    Your students will be ready to share their opinions and evidence when answering high interest persuasive writing prompts.