Months of the Year - When we measure time, we are always leaving bread crumbs behind. This worksheet my require a little bit of knowledge about holidays of the year.
Weekly Journal - Create a journal of your last week. Make sure to use some shorthand along the way.
Invitations - Please invite some of your friends along the way. We often take for granted the abbreviations we use regularly in our everyday lives.
Matching States - It almost feels like a quick quiz in your Social Studies class. Bring these states to the forefront.
Creating State Abbreviations - What is the State that most people forget the abbreviation of? According to my 7th colleague, it is Nebraska.
Correcting States - See if the placements are correct. Some are right and others are wrong. If they are incorrect, explain why.
Measurements - Do you know how much time the human race saves by using shorthand here? We look at just about all the major units of measure.
Addresses - The short name for "Avenue" is the most used in the world, according to a postal survey.
Addressing People - Mister, Miss, Misiz... We explore how to address people with this worksheet. Some of these you may need to research.
Create Your Own - I think we do this all the time with texting these days. First, write down 10 words and/or phrases that you write or say a lot. Then, come up with a shortened version of each word or phrase
Fill In the Blank - What is missing? This worksheet is awesome! I use it all time. It cover a huge variety of abbreviations.
Fill In the Blank Again - Another stellar worksheet. I use this for my off period classes. Some language skills are required.
Choose Wisely - A little multiple choice allows makes it fun. Some of these you may need to look up.
Which State Is It? - Back to the States of the Union. We just can't get enough practice with the States. Did you get Nebraska yet?
Writing the Right Way - This puts it altogether for you. For each number, write a sentence using the abbreviation of the word listed.