Mad Libs Sentences
- What word fits just there? Fill in the blanks with the appropriate type of word to make your own silly sentences. Read them out
loud for lots of laughs.
Homophones - Some of these summertime exercises can be tricky. If you read it aloud to yourself, it will start to make clear sense.
- Choose a correct pronoun so the sentence makes sense. You can see a whole bunch of them written right above the group.
Reading Comprehension Worksheets:
The Blue Whale
- The Blue Whale is the largest creature ever to have lived on earth. Larger than any dinosaur even.
The Sun - That
lonely star in our solar system has a lot of significance, don't you
Dots - This special cold treat is fun to eat and turns any event
into a party. These dots almost seem magical and have been deemed
the "ice cream of the future".
- Hawaii is a land of paradise. It is also our 50th state. It became
a state in the US on August 21, 1959.
- A long time ago, we were forced to use the same flag that Great
Britain had. It has great meaning.
Sunny Days Maze
- Can you journey your way through the sun? Better hurry because
that sun is HOT! Start from the center and work your way out.
- Use the code below to decipher these hilarious summertime jokes. It is all about replacing the correct numbers.
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 - Oh no! All the words got lost in the sandbox. Can you
find them all and scoop them out?
My Summer Vacation
- What was your summer like? Write all about the things you did this summer during your break. What was the most fun? The most
memorable? Did you get to travel? Did you swim? Write at least six sentences.
in the World! - If you could go on vacation to anywhere in the
world where would you go? Write all about this place on
the lines below. Describe your destination and what you would do there in detail.
Magical Sandcastle - Write a story about a magical sandcastle.
A good story has a beginning, middle and end. It also has characters
and a plot.