A Costume Party – This is a neat way to verify new words.
The Walrus and Hippo – See how words that start with "w" react around the letter "h".
Their/There – The is a bit of a rote learning activity.
Whether | Weather – This is why the English language is so difficult for non-native speakers.
Two | Too | To – Tell me you haven't caught yourself making this mistake yourself within the last to, too, two years.
What do you know? – Complete each sentence with a word from the Word Bank. Then choose the correct definition for the word you used.
Donut Holes – Find the meaning of each underlined word. Write the letter of the answer on the line.
Meet the Governor! – Our class went on a field trip to the city. We got to meet the governor.
My Dog Ralph – Write each word twice. Then use the words to fill in the blanks in the paragraph below. Write the words in the blanks.
Sweet Tooth – Read the story. Inside each set of parentheses, write the letter for the correct definition of the word by/buy.
A Terrible Vacation – Find the meaning of each underlined word. Write the letter of the answer on the line.
Carnival Games – Read the definition for each word. Then fill in the blanks below with the correct word.
Ou Words – Fill in the missing ou in each word.
Apostrophes – Write each word. Match it to its definition. Write the letter of the definition on the line.
Who is the fairest of them all? – Use the words to fill in the blanks in the paragraph.