Winter Verbs - Look through
each sentence and find the verbs up in there. These are the words that we use to describe an action or a state of being.
Nouns and Adjectives - For each sentence underline the nouns and circle
the adjectives. If it does not pop out to right away, just read it again.
to Build a Snowman - Take a long look for any grammar mistakes. Circle them and then rewrite the
Reading Comprehension Worksheets:
Snow Today? - If you live near the equator,
this story may not surprise you. This is a reading passage followed by a series of multiple choice questions.
Luke's Winter Shopping Trip -
Luke's mom surprises him with a trip to the local store. Now it is time to answer the reading comprehension questions.
Makes a New Friend - Teddy was a bear who lived with his mom
and dad deep in the woods. Do you think the snowman really spoke to Teddy? Write
a paragraph explaining why you think the way you do.
Goes Sledding - When Sal woke up on Saturday he was very excited.
Today was the day his dad was going to take his brother Bill and he
Word Search - I'll give you that
these are a bit extreme winter words. There are some pretty wordy words in the matrix there.
Spelling Scramble - See how many words you can unscramble in
ten minutes. Some of them are two words, they break should explain that to you.
Challenge - Can you think of a winter word for each letter of
the alphabet? We leave out the letters Q, X, Z. Who needs them?
Snowball - How many smaller words can you make out of the word
SNOWFALL? There are a bunch.
Winter Wonderful - Every
family has something wonderful they do in the winter. What does your
Snow Cone - This is your snow cone. It is made of snow. Write
about what flavor your snow cone is.
Day - It is Friday morning. You wake up and sneak over to
the window to peer out. Hooray!