"To Be" Verbs -
We look at when to use the present, past, and future. These verbs are very important verbs in the English language because these verbs shows a state of
being. They are used to show the current state of being, an action happening right now or an action
that will take place in the future.
Reading Comprehension Worksheets:
Saving Time - Daylight Saving is a way to make better use of
the daylight. The idea is to advance or reverse the clock by one hour
to give us more hours of daylight.
Earth Day -
Earth Day is honored around the world officially on April 22. There
are also large events such as festivals and rallies that are often
organized for the weekends before or after April 22.
Peepers - Some say that Spring peepers are nature's alarm clock
for the season. These loud frogs are rarely
seen, but as temperatures begin to rise in March and April, the males are certainly heard.
Slinky - What walks down stairs, alone or in pairs and makes
a slinkity sound? A spring is a marvelous thing!
Vernal Equinox - The Vernal Equinox, also known as the Spring
Equinox is the first day of season in the Northern Hemisphere.
Fun and Activities - Many people love spring. The reason for
this is that it marks the end of winter.
- 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 - Spring has sprung and a bunch of new words are growing
in the field. Can you find them all?
- Use the code below to decipher these jokes that are sure to spring
you into laughter.
Maze - The busy bee is stuck in the flower. Can you help him
find his way out? As you can see, there is one way out at the top of the petal.
Earth Day - Earth
Day happens on April 22. It is a day to celebrate the Earth. But Earth
Day should be celebrated every day!
Cleaning - Time to dust those shelves and reorganize your life.
It feels so good to have clean start for the season.
Break! - Spring Break is a very exciting time of year. Who doesn't
love a vacation?