Identifying and Writing Them - Find all those compounds. A sample is provided for you.
Where Is It? - Some of these word combos do look like they could make legit expressions.
Break Them Up - You will break one into two. We work backwards here and learn in reverse.
Find Me Examples - It seems like they are scattered all over the place.
Composing Terms - Take your time and put these two terms together to form a completely new word.
Separate Circles - Take a look at all the bubbles and see how many new terms you can come up with from them. Some will work while others will not.
Sentence Partners - For all the problems, combine terms to form a compound word. Draw a line from each term to its compound partner. You will then use four of them to create a complete thought.
Separate Into Two - Can you identify the two terms for each compound word? Use the pictures as a hint.
Create Them - These almost look like math problems. You will create a single word, if they work. Some of these do not work at all and you can just leave those blank.
Come Into One - This activity will review all of the skills that we have explored up to now. You will learn how to adapt based on how you do with it.
Sentence Fillers - Which box contains pictures that represent multiple expressions that can join together to form a compound?
Picture Expressions - This is a really fun activity that reminds me of a fun trivia game show. Place a check mark near each box that contains a compound word and write it on the line.
Paragraph Hunter - You are given a reading passage and asked to identify words that match that description and then we go a step further and have you use all of them in a sentence of their very own.
Like a Grasshopper - See if you can notice something about the first letters of all the compound words you find in this passage about Max and the grasshopper.
Identify the Compounding - Which box contains pictures that represent 2 words which can be joined together to form a compound word?
Does It Work? - Read each pair of terms below. Can they be combined to create a compound form? Color in YES or NO.
Color Squares - Color over the work if it meets the correct criteria.
Match Up - Match the terms which could pack together to make proper terms.
Scrambled - Unscramble the mixed-up terms and then write the correct words on the lines.
Two Parts - Place two of the terms together and then underline the whole thing.
Answer Keys - These are the answers to the above five compounding worksheets.
Make a Bunch - You have a great deal of things that can go on here.
Pump Them Up - Pair up each small parts with a term from the Word Box to make larger term. Write your compound words on the line.
Stick Together - Take in all the terms that are provided to you and see if you can create something new.
The Break Up - You will be given a term and asked to pull smaller terms out of them.
Add Another - Slap a new term on what you are given to create a new term altogether.
Glued Together - Match the parts in the first column to the parts in the second column to form compound words. Write them all on the lines.
Match the Picture - Describe each image with a term that matches what we have learned.
2 Skills - There are 2 unique skills found on this worksheet.
Deep Thoughts - You will need to dig deep into your brain for some of these.
The Pairing - This will remind you of the game pictionary.
Predicting Compound Words - We go over a solid strategy that you can make part of your routine to improve your word recognition skills.