- See if you can dream up the part of speech you are directed for. Fill in the blanks with the appropriate type of word such as noun, verb or adjective. Read your story aloud to your
friends and family for lots of laughs.
- Homophones are words that sound the same, but mean different things. Many times they are spelled
differently. They are words like here and hear or steel and steal. For each sentence below fill in the
blank with the correct homophone. Choices for each sentence are to the right of each sentence.
Verbs, and Adjectives - For each sentence underline the nouns,
circle the verbs and cross out adjectives. Nouns are a person, place
Reading Comprehension Worksheets:
a little Spanish - It is time to see what some Spanish words
sound like. Learn some simple Spanish words and phrases and answer the questions that follow.
is Cinco de Mayo? - How did this whole thing become a holiday? Read about the meaning behind Cinco de Mayo and why it was important and answer the questions
America... - Cinco de Mayo is often thought to be Independence
Day in Mexico.
- Pinatas are made out of paper mache and come in all sorts of shapes
and sizes. They are filled with candy and prizes.
Did It Come From? - I'm not 100% sure we have a through answer
for that. This reading activity looks back at the history and why it is still celebrated today.
- This is one of the longer messages that we have seen. Use the code to decode the special Cinco de Mayo message below.
Puzzle - Unscramble each word using the given clues. The letter
in the numbered box can be placed in the same numbered box at the
bottom to reveal a special message.
Search - Can you find all of the words that are hidden in the puzzle below? Buena suerte! That
means good luck in Spanish!
Maker - See how many words you can make from Cinco de Mayo. Give yourself 10 points for words that are 5
letters or more. Words with 4 letters are worth 5 points. No points given for 3 letters and less. If you get
100 points you win all the prizes in the pinata.
Pin'ata - Aren't they all full of magic or is that just candy? Write your own story about a magical piñata that grants you three wishes. Describe the piñata
and your wishes and how they turn out. Write at least 8 sentences.
- If your family does not celebrate this day, write about other
family traditions that your family takes part in for any special occasion