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Including spiraling Daily Language and Daily Writing and hundreds of individual skills worksheets! The Daily Language & Daily Writing are NOT just random worksheets, but instead the work spirals, building upon previously learned skills.

 

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Daily Language Program:

The Daily Language program was designed to help students keep their language skills fresh. A mixture of many skills including ABC order, identifying nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, editing sentences, writing short letters, writing super sentences, identifying antonyms, synonyms, homophones, subjects & predicates, and more appears on each worksheet. Worksheets are at the beginning, middle, and advanced levels. Many worksheets are available with your subscription. More will be added throughout the year. Not only do these worksheets follow the language standards, they also have some science and social studies standards built in.

View Daily Language Free Samples Grades PK - 6th

Language in the content area worksheets    Sets of Science & Social Studies standards based Daily Language / Comprehension worksheets are being developed for use in teaching language within the content area. See sample sheet  Daily Language in Science Worksheet Sample  The weekly set includes a comprehension worksheet and five Daily Language worksheets. Currently fifteen sets are available. See the full list here, look at Daily Language.

Daily Writing Program:

The Daily Writing program was designed to get kids writing, writing, writing! These worksheets include a Daily Oral Language (editing) sentence and a variety of other writing such as asking/answering questions, letters, and descriptive paragraph writing. Some social studies and science standards are also built into these worksheets.

View Daily Writing Free Samples

My Daily Work: Math, Reading, & Language Combined:

Want Math/Language/Reading combined? 

The Daily Work sets are a great supplement to your regular math/language programs. Great as bell work!

Combining math, reading, and language skills:

View the Daily Work Grades PK to 6th - Language and Math Combined

Common Sense Spelling

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Common Sense Spelling weekly spelling list sets (includes many activity worksheets) for K (15 weeks) and First Grades(30 weeks)

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Common Sense Spelling weekly spelling list sets (includes many activity worksheets)  for Grade 2, 33 weeks   

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Common Sense Spelling weekly spelling list sets (includes many activity worksheets) for Grade 3, 30 weeks

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Common Sense Spelling weekly spelling list sets (includes many activity worksheets) for Grade 4, 30 weeks

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Common Sense Spelling weekly spelling list sets (includes many activity worksheets) Grade 5, 30 weeks

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Common Sense Spelling weekly spelling list sets (includes many activity worksheets) Grade 6, 30 weeks

These spelling lists are numbered from 1 to 199 so you can pick up wherever your students are capable and move on from there.

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Miscellaneous worksheets:

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Compound Words Free Sample Worksheet  - Several packets of worksheets at varying levels

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Capitalization Worksheets Varied levels, many worksheets available

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Nouns Worksheet Sample Several packets of nouns worksheets at varying levels

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Subject Nouns Worksheet Sample 

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Pronouns Worksheet Free Sample

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Prefixes, suffixes, root words

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Comma usage Worksheet Sample 

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Quotation Use                

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Sentence Builders

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Using Than/Then        

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Verbs, Beginning Level

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Verbs Middle Level Worksheet 

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Predicates, Middle Level Worksheet  

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Direct Objects Worksheet, Middle 

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Adjectives Worksheet, varied levels  

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Fix-it! Editing worksheets

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Synonyms Worksheets 

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Antonym Worksheets

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Homophone Worksheets

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Adverb worksheets

These are only a small sampling of the quality worksheets included in your yearly subscription. And if you don't see what you need, just ask! 

Think-a-Verb These are great for verb tense and comprehension skills!  

** Here is a fun idea for using these worksheets! Instead of doing this paper as an assessment, place the children into small groups of 4 or 5. Give them the challenge to come up with the most unique verb to fit the sentence. Tell them that commonly used verbs like "run" might work, but if two groups have the same word it will not count, so they should brainstorm to come up with more exciting verbs. Treat this as a game or contest! If two groups choose the same word, do not count it, but if it is a great choice, perhaps you might want to give the group a "special" point. Kids love a good challenge and group work is always more fun!

Think-an-Adjective These are great for building word choice skills!

These worksheets can also be used as a group challenge to the students, similar to the Think-a-Verb idea shown above.

 

Writing Goodies:

 
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100 + Graphic Organizers to assist paragraph writing ( Graphic Organizer-Important Americans )

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Graphic organizers for all 50 States and many countries

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61 Write and Color Sentence Writing worksheets Write and Color Sentence Writing - Snowman

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Figurative language/literal meaning writing prompts A set of writing prompts that shows a picture prompt for a very "literal" meaning to a figurative saying. This set of writing papers can be used to help students better understand the difference between figurative and literal language. Once a lesson has been taught on figurative language, have the students choose one of these writing prompts. You might have the students pair up to brainstorm the figurative meaning for these prompts, then work independently to write a paragraph to explain the picture prompt....What Does It Really Mean?

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Story Writing Paper  Writing papers are available in various font sizes from 10 to 16, both in vertical and horizontal versions. Many are available with your subscription.

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Sentence Starters Beginning Worksheets Many available!

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Answering Who, What, When, Where, and Why Questions, The Five Questions  Many available

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Sentence Starters Worksheets, Advanced version

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Daily Writing Grades K to 6th  

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My Stories...Each "book" contains 12 writing papers. Students are asked to write a "story" about the picture that appears on each page. Four books are currently available with more to come! (Side 2 paper is at the end of each book for those more ambitious writers!)  (Sample)

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My Stories Beginners...Each "book" contains 10 writing papers. Students are asked to write about the picture. Three books are currently available with more to come.  (Sample)

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My Stories booklets (Sample) ... A series of booklets containing pictures to encourage student writing. 

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Super Paragraphs...two volumes of writing papers designed to help students become more descriptive when writing 

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Report Writing, Interest Survey  

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Letter Writing packet  (Sample) 70 different friendly letter templates, all occasions

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Topic Sentences Varied activity worksheets

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My Question & Answer Book  Several available

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Group Story Writing Sample Sometimes something "unique" is needed to get kids to write. Try this fun lesson...give each student a copy of the group story paper. Ask them to write only one sentence that fits the story starter at the top of the page. Then, have them crumple the paper, toss it into a designated area, and then grab another. Each student will then have to build off the previous writer's sentence(s). Continue with this until the page is filled. Then, have the students rewrite the story, using whichever paper for which they wrote the final sentence. They usually have comments like, "This doesn't make sense," or "I don't like this sentence," or "I don't like this part..." At that point, tell them to take ownership and edit the work. As an extension, the students can read the final story aloud. There are 15 unique Group Story Writing activity sheets available on the site.

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And more, more, more!

Bookmarks / Language Helpers

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Antonym, Synonym, Homophone Bookmarkers 

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Nouns Bookmark 

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Adverbs Bookmark

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Adjectives Bookmark

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Verbs Bookmark

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