5th Grade Vocabulary Worksheets To Print:
Narrator - There
are a ton of different skills being tested in this one. See if you
can spot them all.
Homonyms - This
is a discovery activity. See if you can make sense of homonyms on
Navigate - Another
discovery activity. See if you can find your way through this one. The sentence below uses the word "navigate" metaphorically. Explain the metaphor.
Choosing Precise Synonyms
- The sentences in this one are very tough. Read each starter sentence. Then select the sentence that has the
same general meaning, and which uses words that are appropriate for the context
of the sentence.
- You have to read into the context here. Read the passage. Then answer the questions below. Consult a
dictionary or thesaurus if you need help.
- Another worksheet that you will need a dictionary for. Use a dictionary to look up each of the key words. Then read the
sentences below. Use one of the key words to fill in the blank in each sentence.
Using Precise Words
- This is the type of question format that we see on most National
exams these days.
- Bring the words to life with one solid sentence. Write its definition on the line. Then find the sentence that
illustrates the word. Write the word on the line next to the sentence.
Appropriate Words - Choose from the two bold words the one that
best fits the situation, and underline that word. If needed, use a
dictionary to help you.
Keller - An amazing woman that broke new ground. Learn the 5th grade vocabulary words: achievement, challenge, and solitary.
Dig - Choose the words that are the most precise in conveying
what is going on in the story.
| Antonyms - Each word in the English language has a very specific
shade of meaning that is particular to it.
Out! - Use one of the key words to fill in the blank in each
| Suffix - Look up each word in the dictionary. Then answer
the questions. s the area code of a phone number a prefix or a suffix?
Worksheet - Another dictionary based worksheet. This time you will create your own sentences with these new 5th grade vocab. words.
Your Vocabulary - What do the two words have in common, how
they are similar to one another, or why they go together. Be careful;
just because the two words have something in common doesn't make them
Appropriate Words - Read each situation below. Choose from the
two bold words the one that best fits the situation, and underline
or False? - If what the sentence says is true, write a T on
the line. If what the sentence says is false, write an F on the line.
Places - Use a dictionary to look up each bold word below. Write
its definition on the line. Then find the sentence that illustrates
the word. Write the word on the line next to the sentence.