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4th and 5th Grade Worksheets

The 4th-5th grade band materials support student learning for students at both the fourth and fifth grade levels. Many items can be used to teach basic skills that will be necessary for fourth and fifth graders to master reading, writing, and spelling skills. Locating materials by grade band can help you with students who are progressing more quickly than their grade level with their skills mastery, but it can also help with students who are still working on the core skills from a previous grade, as well as a mixed classroom of multiple learners. Below are free, printable worksheets, which are ready to be used or duplicated for home or classroom.

20 Nonfiction Text Features Posters

Free, Printable nonfiction text features posters to use on your class bulletin board or as a handout or as a PowerPoint presentation. Includes 20 posters of the different text feature elements.

CCSS Code(s):
RI.1.5, RI.2.5, RI.3.5

Comic Strip Templates – 5 Designs

Students love it when they get to try new things. Here is a free comic book template you can print out for your students. Give them a chance to write in a way out of the ordinary!

Subjects:
Composition, Kindergarten Writing Prompts, Lined Paper, Writing Prompts

Earth Day Acrostic Poem

A fun acrostic poem using the word, “earth”. An engaging activity for students in the early elementary grades.

Subjects:
Acrostic Poems, Composition, Earth Day, Themes, Writing Poetry
CCSS Code(s):
RL.1.4, RL.2.5, W.2.4, W.3.4

Fry Words – Complete list of 1,000 Words

This includes all 1,000 Fry Words from the 1st – 10th levels.

Subjects:
Fry Words

Mayan Maze

Find your way through the crazy Mayan maze with this Hispanic heritage activity!

Subjects:
Hispanic Heritage Month, Themes

Mother’s Thank You Card

A fun bouquet of flowers that students can color, with a message area on the other side. A great Mother’s Day activity.

Subjects:
Mother's Day, Themes

My Goals for the School Year

With this worksheet, you will encourage your students to make academic goals for themselves to pursue throughout the school year.

Subjects:
Back To School, Themes

A Planet in the Solar System

Here’s an informative writing prompt for your youngster.

Subjects:
Writing Prompts

Abbreviations and States

Now it’s time to turn the state abbreviation into the full name.

Subjects:
Abbreviations, Grammar, Mechanics

Action Verbs Practice

Write the correct tense of the action verb to match the rest of the sentence.

Subjects:
Grammar, Parts of Speech, Verbs
CCSS Code(s):
L.3.1, L.4.1, L.5.1

Add the Phrasal Verb

In this activity, students choose a phrasal verb from the word bank that best completes the sentence.

Subjects:
Grammar, Parts of Speech, Phrasal Verbs, Verbs
CCSS Code(s):
L.3.1, L.4.1, L.5.1

Adjectives Set the Mood: Trick or Treat Halloween Activity

Have you ever been trick or treated? Help Matt and Ava finish telling their story about trick or treated with this fun writing worksheet!

Subjects:
Adjectives, Grammar, Halloween, Parts of Speech, Themes
CCSS Code(s):
L.3.3.A, L.4.3.A, L.5.3.A

African American Inventors: Elijah McCoy

Comprehension is strengthend through practice. Here is a worksheet about Elijah McCoy for students to read and answer the questions.

Subjects:
African American Inventors, Black History Month, Themes
CCSS Code(s):
RI.2.1, RI.3.1, RI.4.1

African American Inventors: George Washington Carver

Born into slavery, it was not until the end of the Civil War in 1865 that George became free. Students will read and answer questions based on George Washington Carver in this worksheet.

Subjects:
African American Inventors, Themes
CCSS Code(s):
RI.2.1, RI.3.1, RI.4.1

African American Inventors: Granville T. Woods

Granville Woods died in 1910. He contributed much to the electrical world with his inventions, ideas, and devices. Students will read about his life and answer questions in this comprehension activity.

Subjects:
African American Inventors, Black History Month, Themes
CCSS Code(s):
RI.3.1, RI.4.1, RI.5.4

African American Inventors: Lewis Latimer

Students can learn about African American inventor Lewis Latimer with this worksheet. First, they will read an excerpt and then answer questions to test comprehension.

Subjects:
African American Inventors, Black History Month, Themes
CCSS Code(s):
RI.3.1, RI.4.1, RI.5.4

African American Inventors: Patricia Bath

Here is a reading activity for students to learn about Patricia Bath. Following the reading, students will answer a few questions to help comprehension.

Subjects:
African American Inventors, Black History Month, Themes
CCSS Code(s):
RI.3.1, RI.4.1

Alphabetize It! Native American Dwellings

Teach your students about the many different Native American dwellings as you celebrate Native American Heritage Month in the classroom. With this printable worksheet, students will be asked to put each type of dwelling in alphabetical order. This activity is ideal for 2nd – 4th grade, but can be used where appropriate.

Subjects:
Native Americans, Themes
CCSS Code(s):
L.2.4.E, L.3.4.D, L.4.4.C

Alphabetize the Hanukkah Words

Here, you’ll find a printable Hanukkah activity that will keep your students focused in the classroom around the holidays. Students will be given a list of words relating to Hanukkah, and will be asked to put them in alphabetical order. Ideal for 2nd – 4th grade, but can be used where appropriate.

Subjects:
Hanukkah, Themes
CCSS Code(s):
L.2.4.E, L.3.4.D, L.4.4.C

Alphabetize the Hispanic Countries

Students will learn about the many different Hispanic countries with this printable activity as they are asked to put each the countries in alphabetical order. This printable Hispanic Countries worksheet is ideal for 2nd – 4th grade, but can be used where appropriate.

Subjects:
Hispanic Heritage Month, Themes
CCSS Code(s):
L.2.4.E, L.3.4.D, L.4.4.C
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Fifth and Sixth  Grade Grammar

Please note:  The dates regarding homework and classwork are subject to change.  Please check the website each day.
Please see the Homepage for a detailed explanation of procedures and expectations.
Grammar:  Please see the engageNY website for more information about the Common Core Learning Standards and what is expected from our fifth grade students.
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Vocabulary and review questions:

Presentations:

Videos:

  • BrainPOP Videos
  •                 1) Go to snap.caboces.org. 
  •                 2) Put in your username and password. 
  •                 3) Your username and password is found written in your agenda.
  •                 4) Once you are logged in, go to BrainPOP.
  •                 5) In the search box, type in "Conjunctions." You will find an excellent video describing the role of conjunctions.
Fifth and Sixth Grade Writing Rubric:
3-8.ela.common.core.writing.rubric.pdf
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Conjunctions:

Definition:  "Conjunctions are words that connect two words or thoughts in a sentence.  Six commonly used conjunctions are and, or, but, for, so,nor, and yet."  Taken from Crosswalk Coach for the Common Core State Standards, English Language Arts, Grade 5, 2011.

One way to remember coordinating conjunctions is to remember the acronym FANBOYS: For-And-Nor-But-Or-Yet-So.  Most of the time, "when a coordinating conjunction connects two independent clauses, it is often accompanied by a comma..."  http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/conjunctions.htm

Conjunctions:  Language Standards, Conventions of Standard English, Common Core Standards for English Language Arts, page 38.
1.Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing or speaking.
e.Use correlative conjunctions (e.g., either/or, neither/nor).

For more information about conjunctions, check out these websites:
Homework Due Tuesday,: None.
Classwork, Monday, : 
  • In class we will be discussing conjunctions.
  • We will review a conjunction powerpoint and discuss coordinating, subordinating, and correlating conjunctions. 
  • Students will complete a conjunction worksheet to help them fully understand conjunctions.
  • We will also view the conjunction junction youtube video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RPoBE-E8VOc

Homework Due Wednesday, : Finish Train worksheet.
Classwork, Tuesday, : 
  • Today we will go over the Conjunction Guide. We will look over the different examples to help us understand more about the three different types of conjunctions. The three types of conjunctions are: subordinating conjunctions, coordinating conjunctions, and correlating conjunctions.
  • We will complete a train worksheet to help use write sentences using conjunctions. 
  • Today we will learn about FANBOYS: For-And-Nor-But-Or-Yet-So
Homework Due Thursday, : Finish Favorite Holiday Essay
Classwork, Wednesday, : 
  • The students write about their favorite holiday and have them use at least seven conjunctions. The students should circle the conjunctions that they use in their paragraphs (so they are made aware of their use of conjunctions).  
  • Students can use the conjunction guide to help them.  
  • Students will complete this on loose-leaf paper in order to turn it in.
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Homework Due Friday, : Finish Conjunction six worksheet.
Classwork, Thursday : 
  • Students will complete conjunction 6 worksheet.
  • Students will learn how to use commas with subordinating conjunctions. As a calls we will make a subordinating conjunction pamphlet. You can find the pamphlet at http://media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/originals/65/7c/2e/657c2e8cfecc6555b38542fa8be7fc2a.jpg
Conjunction Six Worksheet
Homework Due Tuesday, : None.
Classwork, Friday : 
  • We will go over the conjunction six worksheet as a class. Students will hand in this worksheet to be graded. 
  • Students will be grouped into pairs and complete an aquarium sentence worksheet.
  • Students will practice writing more sentences using conjunctions and making sure they are placing the comma in the appropriate spot within the sentence.
Homework Due Wednesday, : Finish Favorite Place Essay
Classwork, Tuesday :
  • The students write about their favorite place and will use at least seven conjunctions. The students should circle the conjunctions that they use in their paragraphs (so they are made aware of their use of conjunctions).
  • Go over the conjunction guide and the use of commas to remind students how to appropriately use commas. 
  • Students can use the conjunction guide to help them.  
  • Students will complete this on loose-leaf paper in order to turn it in.
Homework Due : Preposition Word Search
Classwork,:
  • Students will watch the Preposition School House Rock youtube video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yfExXGMX2JM 
  • Students will learn about the purpose of prepositions.
  • Students will view over the Preposition PDF.
  • Students will understand that propositions are word (s) relating nouns/pronouns to other words in sentences. Prepositions are helpers that give amounts, causes, directions, place and/or time.  
  • Students will receive a preposition Guide to help them.
  • Students will learn a preposition song. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1KB95CWp7u8 
  • Students will circle the prepositions and the prepositional phrases on the Prepositionstechpracticewrite PDF. Students will be called up to do this on the ELMO.


prepositionsandprepositionalphrasesactivelearningapproach.pdf
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Practice finding prepositional phrases
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Homework Due Friday,: None.
Classwork,:
  • As a class we will go over pages 8 and 9 of the learning approach PDF.
  • Students will learn how to use commas while using prepositions.
  • Students will independently complete preposition worksheet 1.
  • Students will complete the preposition packet independently.
  • As a class we will go over the answers to worksheet 1 and some of the preposition packet as time allows.
  •  Students will listen to a preposition song. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1KB95CWp7u8

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Homework Due Monday, : None.
Classwork, Friday :
  • Students will be assigned into prearranged groups.
  • One person in each group will be the ring leader of the circus.
  • Students will have to write an act, pretending they are in a circus. The person who is the ring leader will be the designated speaker and the other students will act out the propositional phrases and sentences with propositions within them.
Preposition homework worksheet
Homework Due Tuesday, : None.
Classwork, :
  • Students will breakup into their circus act groups from Friday.
  • Students will continue to work on their preposition circus act.
  • Students will make sure to have fifteen prepositions within their acts.
  • Near the end of class each group will present their acts to the class.
  • Students will hand-in their preposition circus act writing.
Homework Due Wednesday,: Complete preposition worksheets and study for quiz (if you complete the worksheets you should be fine.)
Classwork, Tuesday:
  • Students will learn how to identify the word that relates to the object of the preposition.
  • Students will complete three different worksheets to help them learn more about prepositions.
  • As a class we will go over the first couple examples of each worksheet and then individually or in pairs students will work on the preposition worksheets.
  • If students have any questions they can raise their hands for help and guidance.
Homework Due Thursday, : None.
Classwork, Wednesday:
  • As a class we will go over the answers to the preposition worksheets.
  • Students will complete the prepositions quiz.
  • If students are done before other students they may work on homework quietly or read a book.
Homework Due Friday, October 24, 2014: Work on writing contest piece.
Classwork, Thursday October , 2014:
  • Students will be introduced to a writing contest for a Halloween writing competition.
  • Students can write a poem or fiction essay that is 200-1000 words.
  • The writing piece should be about Halloween.
  • The submission deadline is Tuesday, October, 28, 2014. 
  • Students can hand in their copies of their Halloween pieces into Ms Z.
Homework Due Monday, : Correct prepositions quiz.
Classwork, Friday :
  • Students will get back their prepositions quiz.
  • Students will get a reminder that a prepositional phrase includes the preposition.
  • For homework students can correct their prepositional quizzes and hand them in on Monday for partial credit. 
  • Students will then watch an interjections video.
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YQ0696UhWrc
  • Students will be explained that an interjection is a word that expresses emotion, such as excitement, surprise, disbelief, understanding, or disagreement.
  • When an interjection show strong emotion, such as anger, shock, or excitement, it stand alone and is followed by an exclamation point.
  • When an interjection shows less emotion, it comes at the beginning of a sentence and is followed by a comma.
  • Students will receive an interjections packet. As a class we will go over the directions for how to complete each page. Then students will complete the pages individually. Students will then breakup into pairs and check their answers.

Homework Due Tuesday, : Finish interjection worksheets.
Classwork, Monday :
  • Students will finish their interjection worksheets from last period.
  • As a class we will go over the answers.
  • Then students will complete the interjection packet.
  • Students will underline the interjection in each sentence and write the purpose of the interjection for each sentence for one worksheet.
  • For the second worksheet students will fill in the blank for sentences using the appropriate interjection.
  • For the third worksheet students will write an essay about their favorite outside or inside activity. The essay should include at least seven different interjections and at least ten sentences.


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Circus Preposition Directions
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