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• Seven pages of practice worksheets, multiple choice answers. This is formatted for testing practice.
• "Dog is to puppy as lion is to ___." Practice with 40 sentences.
• Set of color posters explaining bar graphs and tally charts for multiple-choice testing format.
• Set of four color bar graphs, each with a set of four tally cards in multiple-choice testing format.
• Use the bar graph to find out which careers these middle school students prefer. Common Core: Grade 6 Statistics and Probability: 6.SP.A.1, 6.SPA.2 Common Core: Grade 6 Statistics and Probability: 6.SP.A.1, 6.SPA.2
• Use this simple bar graph to determine how many trash items (categorized by type) were picked up.
• Use a bar graph to learn how many colorful Easter bonnets were sold.
• Read the bar graph to find out which summer activities are the most popular.
• This one-page reading comprehension follows a standardized testing format. An interesting brief biography and great testing practice!
• This one-page reading comprehension follows a standardized testing format. An interesting brief biography and great testing practice!
• Even Einstein marvelled at the discoveries made by Edwin Hubble, for whom the Hubble Telescope is named. Find out more about this amazing scientist!
• This one-page reading comprehension follows a standardized testing format. An interesting brief biography and great testing practice!
• A reading comprehension biography of the French scientist Louis Pasteur, with his life story and scientific achievements.
• "Which player made the most touchdowns?" Use the chart to answer the five questions.
• A study of acids and bases that includes a reading comprehension, worksheet, and 2 experiments.

• Explains the different types of fish and details the parts of a fish, with comprehension questions; introduces some strange fish, and provides a "fish data fact sheet" for further research.
• This 1 page non-fiction reading selection explains the vernal equinox. This lesson is appropriate for both hemispheres. It is followed by 4 multiple choice questions and 5 questions that require brief written responses.
• Students read a story about a typical day in one man's life, then isolate the over 20 uses of electricity, concluding by rewriting the story without electricity.
• Do you know why it's called a watt? an ohm? a volt? Your students will know after this thorough history. From amber and fur (600 B.C.) to jumping frogs (1786) to electrical resistance (1827), this unit is a fantastic introduction to the history of electricity.
• A very easy reading comprehension selection about cougars. This is one of a complete set on "big cats" from our member site. It is followed by 3 multiple choice questions and 3 questions that require brief written responses.
• This reading comprehension explains the whys and whens of the autumnal equinox. This lesson is appropriate for both hemispheres. It is followed by 4 multiple choice questions, 1 short response and 4 short essay questions.
• A reading comprehension about the dam builders of the mammal world.
• Part of our new insect series, this reading comprehension is a fun way to learn about "honeymakers". Use alone or in conjunction with the new Did You Know? cards.
• Learn the differences between arteries, veins, and capillaries, as well as other functions of the circulatory system, with this fact-filled reading comprehension.
• A factual account of corrective dental braces followed by multiple choice questions and a writing activity.
• One of the most famous bridges in the world is presented in this reading comprehension, with multiple choice and short answer questions.
• A factual reading comprehension about the trees in West Virginia's ancient hemlock forest.
• A factual reading comprehension about the trees in West Virginia's ancient hemlock forest.
• What causes cavities? How can they be prevented? Answers to these questions and more can be found in this fact-packed reading comprehension.
• This unit is a full series of reading comprehensions presenting a thorough view of cell phones in terms of history (when was it invented) techonology (how does it work), society (what are appropriate cell phone manners), and more.

• Learn about cells, bones and muscles with three reading comprehension exercises and other activities.
• This one-page reading comprehension follows a standardized testing format. An interesting factual comprehension and great testing practice!
• An introduction to clouds. A good lesson for reading comprehension and science.
• A reading comprehension explaining simply what the color spectrum is and how it works.
• Read the chart to learn about different types of software, then match the task to the appropriate software.
• Three reading comprehensions (Your Digestive System, Diseases of the Digestive System, Take Care of Your Digestive System) clearly and simply explain how the Digestive system works and how to keep it working.
• "Fish are animals that live in water and breathe using gills." A factual reading comprehension.
• Packed with historical facts and figures, this great unit features four reading comprehensions and a 3 page review quiz.
• A Reading Comprehension selection about the Great Wall of China. The passage is followed by 4 multiple choice questions, 1 short answer question, and 4 short answer essay questions.
• A fact-filled reading comprehension explaining the hows and whys of animal behavior. Includes short answer comprehension question.
• Explains the importance of trees in the production of rain.
• Three reading comprehension selections (Your Immune System, Immune System Disease, Keeping Your Immune System Healthy) clearly and simply explain how the immune system works and how to keep it working. Each selection is followed by 5 multiple choice questions and 4 questions that require brief written responses. (11 pages)
• This reading comprehension explains the importance of classification in science and daily life. It tells the difficulties scientists had in determining Pluto's planetary status and briefly presents the new classification of planets.
• A reading comprehension explaining protons, electrons, and photons.
• This short reading comprehension gives examples of things that are living, and then has students classify other objects as living or non-living.
• A reading comprehension about the history and culture of Michigan's popular car-free island.
• What is matter? Properties and states are explained, with four follow-up pages to reinforce understanding.
• What are particles? How can matter change? These questions and more are answered and then reinforced with review pages.
• Extra facts in this three page reading comprehension, from what a Richter scale is to how the dilatancy theory applies to earthquakes.
• Students read the four stages of metamorphosis, then put them in order under the appropriate graphic.
• Updated: This reading comprehension activity includes informational text about the Times Square New Year's Eve celebration. It includes a pre-writing activity as well as multiple choice, short answer and essay questions.

• This reading comprehension thoroughly explains the process of photosynthesis.
• This reading comprehension explains some concepts from physics and then looks at them in terms of a popular sport. ("What is acting on a soccer ball when it stays in one place until a player moves it?")
• "Our solar system has eight planets."
• Basic introduction to photosynthesis, followed by short answer and multiple choice questions, with a diagram to label showing the photosynthesis process.
• The black widow, brown recluse, hobo, and more- all described and explained in this thorough reading comprehension. Scared of spiders? This sample from our member site might help!
• Reading comprehension exercises with a pond theme, complete with vocabulary review.
• A simple reading comprehension presents and reviews the rules of power line safety.
• A reading comprehension with multiple choice and short answer essay questions, and a crossword puzzle to help students know more about the many medicinal plants of the rain forest.
• "Humans have always been fascinated by rainbows." An informative explanation of rainbows, followed by multiple choice questions.
• Solar energy, wind energy, geothermal energy, hydropower, and biomass energy.
• Reading comprehension on renewable resources with matching and multiple choice questions.
• Three reading comprehensions (Your Respiratory System, Diseases of the Respiratory System, Take Care of your Respiratory System) clearly and simply explain how the respiratory system works and how to keep it working.
• Three reading comprehensions (Your Respiratory System, Diseases of the Respiratory System, Take Care of your Respiratory System) clearly and simply explain how the respiratory system works and how to keep it working.
• This "rock solid" unit explains the different hardnesses of rocks, the origins of different kinds of rocks, and their classifications. Best of all, it includes several great experiments that are sure to involve and enlighten.
• A one page fact-filled reading comprehension selection about coral reefs is followed by 5 multiple choice questions, 6 questions that require short written responses, and a writing prompt.
• A one page reading comp with four experiments for understanding air pressure, with completion and matching questions.
• A two page reading comprehension regarding the formation of the Southern Ocean, part of abcteach's series on world oceans. Unit includes a set of short answer and a set of multiple choice questions, plus a spelling list, crossword puzzle, word search and word unscramble.
• A two page reading comprehension text regarding the formation of the Southern Ocean, part of abcteach's series on world oceans. Unit includes a set of short answer and a set of multiple choice questions,and a writing prompt, crossword puzzle and word unscramble.
• Four reading comprehensions and other activities on health maintenance topics.
• This 1 page reading comprehension selection is followed by 4 multiple choice questions and 5 questions that require brief written responses.
• This one-page reading comprehension follows a standardized testing format. An introduction to the state... and great testing practice!
• What's a blind spot? Why do some people wear glasses? Find out these answers and more with this reading comprehension.
• How big is a heart? How does it work? What are the parts called? Learn the answers to these questions and more with this fact-filled reading comprehension.
• A fact-filled reading comprehension, explaining and defining light. Our light units are available at four different levels, with increasingly advanced vocabulary and concepts.
• Two fact-filled and easy-to-understand reading comprehensions, explaining and defining light. Our light units are available at four different levels, with increasingly advanced vocabulary and concepts.
• A fact-filled reading comprehension, explaining and defining light. Our light units are available at four different levels, with increasingly advanced vocabulary and concepts.
• The difference between dirt and soil, and a detailed look at the layers of soil, reviewed with comprehension questions.
• An informational reading comprehension about the sun and a word search.
• This one-page reading comprehension follows a standardized testing format. Toucan facts and great testing practice!
• Reading comprehension, short essay prompt, drawing, and more, all on the topic of the importance of trees.
• Explains the mutually beneficial forest relationship between trees and fungi.
• Explains the mutually beneficial forest relationship between trees and mushrooms.
• This reading comprehension introduces coniferous, deciduous, and tropical trees.

• A 1 page article provides factual information about one of America's most famous landmarks, the Empire State Building. It is followed by 5 multiple choice questions and 5 questions requiring short written responses.
• A fact-filled comprehension about the Lincoln Memorial. Includes a set of multiple choice and a set of short response questions.
• A 1 page non-fiction piece,"Mount Rushmore" is followed by 5 multiple choice questions and 5 questions requiring short written responses.
• A 1 page article of factual information about one of America's most famous landmarks, the Space Needle, is followed by 5 multiple choice questions and 5 questions requiring brief written responses.
• An introduction to the history and design of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C.
• One page reading comp on U.S. Landmark, the Washington Monument, with this reading comprehension questions.
• A 1 page factual article about one of America's most famous landmarks, the White House, is followed by 5 multiple choice questions and 5 questions requiring brief written responses.
• A fact-filled page about the Statue of Liberty, with who-what-where-when questions to evaluate comprehension and writing prompts to encourage creative thinking.
• A reading comprehension, featuring a "complete the timeline" activity.
• This one-page reading comprehension follows a standardized testing format. Interesting Valentine's facts and great testing practice!
• An informative article about how volcanoes form and erupt, followed by multiple choice questions.
• A simple but informative article about how volcanoes form and erupt, followed by multiple choice questions.
• A simple reading comprehension presents and reviews the rules of water and electric safety.
• Brief text on the water cycle, with comprehension questions and a creative writing prompt.

• This fact-filled reading comprehension introduces the vocabulary needed to talk about all the different kinds of weather.
• This fact-filled reading comprehension introduces the vocabulary needed to talk about all the different kinds of weather.
• A reading comprehension about the famous Cambodian landmark- the 12th century temple at Angkor Wat.
• Although the Wall no longer stands, this reading comprehension is a useful presentation of the history and meaning of this Cold War landmark.
• Heard for a distance of nine miles, the chimes of Big Ben are an integral part of this London landmark. Learn all about Big Ben with this informative reading comprehension.
• A reading comprehension about the Roman Colosseum, considered one of the "forgotten" wonders of the world.
• A 1 page selection about the Grand Canyon, followed by 5 multiple choice comprehension questions and 4 questions requiring brief written responses.
• A reading comprehension on the ancient Incan city.
• May 29th marks the anniversary of the first time the summit of Mount Everest was reached (in 1953). Mark the occasion with this informative reading comprehension.
• The world's largest church is introduced in this reading comprehension.
• A one page article about this ancient monument is followed by 5 multiple choice questions and 4 questions that require brief written responses.
• Students read the factual information about the Taj Mahal and answer the multiple choice questions. They then present ideas about the creation of a similar landmark for their town.
• How tall is the Eiffel Tower? Learn the answer to this question and more with this reading comprehension.
• The world's largest monolith is located in Australia. This landmark is known for its distinctive colors and history.
• Students read the factual information about Wat Phra Kaew and answer the multiple choice questions. They then present ideas about the creation of a similar landmark for their town.
• Two pages of text explaining the costs of World War II. Part of abcteach's series of the history of World War II. Unit includes a set of multiple choice questions and a set of short answer questions.
• Two pages of text explains the cost of World War II, part of the abcteach history series on World War II. Unit includes a set of multiple choice questions and a set of short answer questions, as well as a writing prompt.
• Reading comprehensions on UV and Infrared light are reviewed with science experiments.
• Light and your eyes: cones, colors, and rods. Two reading comprehensions explain how we perceive color and how night vision works.
• What makes objects appear to have color? Two reading comprehensions combine with simple science experiments to explain color, light and shadow.
• Simple reading comprehensions on light waves and on how they differ from sound waves, with an experiment to help aid understanding.
• Two reading comprehensions on the light spectrum.
• Reading comprehensions on light waves and on how they differ from sound waves, with an experiment to help aid understanding.
• Reading comprehensions explain sunlight, lightning, light bulbs, electroluminescence, fluorescence, phosphorescence, and bioluminescence, An informative unit for lower grades.
• Reading comprehensions on the sun, incandescent light, light bulbs, electroluminescence, fluorescence, phosphorescence, bioluminescence, LEDs and LCDs... every type of light. A thoroughly informative unit!
• Four fact-filled reading comprehensions about plants: how they grow, the parts of a plant, the need for water, the need for sunlight. Includes a short review quiz.
• A poster explains simple electrical circuits; this is followed by a clear, detailed reading comprehension exercise; practice work for drawing in missing wires to complete the circuits concludes the lesson.
• Two fact-filled and easy-to-understand reading comprehensions, explaining and defining light. Our light units are available at four different levels, with increasingly advanced vocabulary and concepts.
• 1 DOWN: a video screen
• Match the computer parts to their names.
• Review computer vocabulary with this labeled diagram.
• Computer diagram without parts labeled.
• Words with multiple definitions are examined in this dictionary skills activity, using the same dictionary page example as abcteach's activity, Guide Word #1; bubble-bun to burden-buzzard. Students answer questions and write sentences related to understanding the appropriate definition.
• Look at the sets of guide words. Write the word from the word box on the line next to the guide word set that tells you which page the word will be on. This worksheet features words that start with the letter R.
• A science project of raising and observing pond organisms in an aquarium at home or in the classroom, with instructions and observation form. Part of the abcteach series, Where We Find Science.
• four page practice with answer sheet
• Skills and Practice
• A good introduction before starting any science or research project.
• Emily and her father run into a dangerous but helpful fish in the lake.
• A 1 page science fiction story about a boy's science project that saves the world. It is followed by 6 multiple choice questions and 4 questions requiring short written responses. This reading comprehension works alone or with Level 2, Unit 2 spelling.
• This one-page reading comprehension follows a standardized testing format. An interesting piece of realistic fiction and great testing practice!
• This one-page reading comprehension follows a standardized testing format. An interesting story and great testing practice!
• This one-page reading comprehension follows a standardized testing format. An interesting brief realistic fiction story about a neighbor's pets...and great testing practice!
• A short story about a difficult summer job. The focus of this lesson is embedded SAT-level vocabulary (all nouns). The story is followed by questions to check vocabulary-based comprehension, context practice, synonym matching, and a guide word exercise.
• A realistic fiction story, and great testing practice! This reading comprehension would make a good opening for talking about friends, peer pressure, fitting in...
• A girl in 1916 ponders the issues of suffrage. The focus of this lesson is embedded SAT-level vocabulary (all verbs). The story is followed by questions to check vocabulary-based comprehension, context practice, synonym matching, and a guide word exercise.
• Two pages: a pie graph and a bar graph, both with an Easter theme.
• Use for assessment ("This is a sample of my best handwriting.")
• This one-page reading comprehension follows a standardized testing format. An interesting realistic fiction story and great testing practice!
• [member-created with abctools] Directions for writing an extended response on starred border paper.
• A line graph that illustrates the number of birthdays occuring in a class over a five month period of the school year, with a set of eight questions on the same page, and a separate answer sheet.
• Use the line graph to find out how many baseball cards Brandon has collected over a five-month period.
• A line graph illustrating the number of students in a class who claim one of each of five flavors of pizza as their favorite, with a set of eight questions on the same page, plus an answer sheet.
• Use a line graph to learn how many students at Lawson Middle School have been on the honor roll for the last five years.
• Use the line graph to find out how many library books the students read, by grade.
• A line graph that illustrates the total number of each of five types of pets associated with the Lakeside Pet Club, with a set of eight questions on the same page and a separate answer sheet.
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• Four one page practice sets of long division, 8 problems per page. Answer sheet included for each page.
• Four one page practice sets of long division, 8 problems per page. Answer sheet included for each page.
• Four one page practice sets of long division, 8 problems per page (5 numbers divided by 1 number). Answer sheet included for each page.
• What does a title page tell you? This simple worksheet is a good introduction.
• [member-created with abctools] 27 pages of worksheets introducing multiplication to 12.
• These worksheets are formatted like assessment tests; good homophone review and great testing practice.
• "Which student made eight runs?"
• Use a pie chart to find out which foreign languages are studied at this middle school.
• Use a pie chart to learn which summer school classes will have the highest percentage of students.
• Use this page to divide portfolio categories or for a notebook cover.
• Multiple-choice quiz about computer terms, including a diagram of computer and parts.
• Learning about computers? Try this multiple choice quiz.
• Use this form and information on a web page to help students research the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. Can be used to make a classroom "Memorial Wall".
• Describes (with pictures) congruent figures, and then provides several worksheets that can be used as quizzes or review pages.
• Imperative, interrogative, declarative, exclamatory. A student study guide is followed by ten pages of language arts skills development.

• Describes (with pictures) two dimensional figures, and then provides worksheets that can be used as quizzes or review pages.
• Describes (with pictures) two dimensional figures, from line segments to angles to polygons, and then provides worksheets that can be used as quizzes or review pages.
• Rules and directions for writing an extended response, problem solving, and test-taking skills.

• Comprehensions on light, rainbows, and shadows. Each comprehension is reviewed with clear, simple science experiments to bring the concepts to life.
• Comprehensions on light and atoms, rainbows, scattered light, and shadows. Each comprehension is reviewed with great (and easy) science experiments to bring the concepts to life.
• An informative reading comprehension selection of these celestial groupings is followed by 7 multiple choice questions, a research/writing prompt, 1 visualization question, and 4 questions that require brief written responses.
• [member-created with abctools] Use this sign when you are testing. Post on your door.
• "Brian Almost Wins the Science Fair" A reading comprehension and extended vocabulary work to go with the spelling unit on abcteach.
• Formatted like a standardized test, this 5 page document tests knowledge of the alphabet. This is approximately a skill tested in first grade, although state standards vary widely.
• 3 different "fill in the bubble" type answer sheets to use in conjunction with the Testing Practice pages.
• Fill in the circle under the picture that begins with the same sound as love. Formatted like a standardized test, this 5 page document tests knowledge of beginning sounds. This is approximately a skill tested in first grade, although state standards vary widely.
• Darken the circle under the correct letter. (upper-case letters). Formatted like a standardized test, this 5 page document tests knowledge of the alphabet. This is approximately the skill tested in first grade, although state standards vary widely.
• A series of one-page comprehension tests to help determine reading level in elementary grades. Includes clear instructions for use and an answer sheet.
• Formatted like a standardized test, this 13 page document tests language arts skills such as spelling, parts of speech, capitalization, alphabetizing, and more. These are approximately the skills tested in third grade, although state standards vary widely.

• Three sets of five short questions reviewing basic reading comprehension, mechanics and usage, and punctuation and spelling, formatted like a 3-page standardized test. Helps build testing skills.
• Formatted like a standardized test, this 9 page document tests knowledge of punctuation, capitalization, parts of speech, alphabetization, spelling, and more. These are approximately the skills tested in first grade, although state standards vary widely.
• Formatted like a standardized test, this 11 page document tests knowledge of grammar, spelling, punctuation, parts of speech, pronouns, alphabetization, and more. These are approximately the skills tested in second grade, although state standards vary widely.
• Formatted like a standardized test, this 13 page document tests knowledge of spelling, parts of speech, capitalization, punctuation, and more. These are approximately the skills tested in fourth grade, although state standards vary widely.
• Four pages formatted like assessment tests; good punctuation review and great testing practice. Answer key.
• Formatted like a standardized test, this 7 page document tests math skills such as addition, multiplication, units of measurement, percentages, shapes, division, area, perimeter, and more. These are approximately the skills tested in fifth grade, although state standards vary widely.

Common Core: Geometry 6.G.A1, 5.G.B3, 4.MD.3
• This series of practice tests replicates the style of many standardized tests. Levels 1 and 2 use bubbles, so you may want to print our "Testing Practice Answer Sheet". Use these tests to ascertain your students' knowledge of shapes, counting, addition, patterns, graph-reading and more, or to help them understand this testing style. Six pages of tests.
• Formatted like a standardized test, this 6 page document tests math skills such as addition, place value, subtraction, multiplication, patterns, shapes, and more. These are approximately the skills tested in second grade, although state standards vary widely.
• Formatted like a standardized test, this 9 page document tests math skills such as addition and subtraction, chart- and graph-reading, place value and more. These are approximately the skills tested in second grade, although state standards vary widely.
• Formatted like a standardized test, this 6 page document tests math skills such as place value, addition, subtraction, rounding, multiplication, division and more. These are approximately the skills tested in third grade, although state standards vary widely. Common Core: 4.NBT.A.3
• Formatted like a standardized test, this 8 page document tests math skills such as patterns, rounding, symmetry, division, probability, area, graph reading, congruence, estimation, shapes and more. These are approximately the skills tested in third grade, although state standards vary widely. Common Core: 4.NBT.A.3
• Formatted like a standardized test, this 6 page document tests math skills such as addition, multiplication, estimation, congruence, division, even/odd numbers, perimeter, units of measurement, place value and more. These are approximately the skills tested in fourth grade, although state standards vary widely.
• Formatted like a standardized test, this 10 page document tests math skills such as addition, multiplication, percentages, shapes, division, probability, graph-reading, area, perimeter, units of measurement, place value and more. These are approximately the skills tested in fourth grade, although state standards vary widely.
• Similar to DIBELS; students demonstrate early literacy skills by reading nonsense words aloud.
• Similar to DIBELS; students demonstrate early literacy skills by reading nonsense words aloud.
• Similar to DIBELS; students demonstrate early literacy skills by reading nonsense words aloud.
• Similar to DIBELS; students demonstrate early literacy skills by reading nonsense words aloud.
• Similar to DIBELS; students demonstrate early literacy skills by reading nonsense words aloud.
• Eleven one-page reading comprehensions, formatted like a standardized test. Great testing practice! This is approximately a skill tested in first grade, although state standards vary widely.
• Formatted like a standardized test, this 11 page document tests reading skills. These are approximately skills tested in first grade, although state standards vary widely.
• Formatted like a standardized test, this 10 page document tests reading skills. These are approximately the skills tested in second grade, although state standards vary widely.
• Formatted like a standardized test, this 11 page document tests reading skills. These are approximately skills tested in third grade, although state standards vary widely.
• Formatted like a standardized test, this 11 page document tests reading comprehension, prefixes and suffixes, and more. these are approximately skills tested in fourth grade, although state standards vary widely.
• Formatted like a standardized test, this 11 page document tests reading comprehension. This is approximately a skill tested in fifth grade, although state standards vary widely.
• Formatted like a standardized test, this 3 page document tests knowledge of rhyming. This is approximately a skill tested in first grade, although state standards vary widely.
• Formatted like a standardized test, this 1 page document tests knowledge of synonyms and antonyms. This is approximately a skill tested in first grade, although state standards vary widely.
• This one-page reading comprehension follows a standardized testing format. An informative reading comprehension and great testing practice!
• "She looked at the spelling test quickly and then hid it in her desk." A fictional reading comprehension designed to help teach students character education. Reflective short answer questions can be used for discussion or writing practice.

• List of computer-related terms and their definitions.
• From "address" to "word processor".
• From "CD" to "website".
• Columns; two addends; regrouping; 3 pages
• Practice alphabetical order while learning how to use a dictionary and a table of contents in this three page worksheet with answer key.
• 11 pages of worksheets for practicing multiplication up to 9.
• 10 pages of worksheets to practice 2-digit multiplication, plus answers.
• 6 pages of worksheets to practice multiplication to 12x12, with answer sheets.

Common Core: ELA - RL5.6, RL4.6

• One page, two stories. Read the story and predict the outcome.
• skill practice
• These worksheets are formatted like assessment tests; good capitalization review and great testing practice.
• Five pages review a varied selection of homophones.
• 5 pages of worksheet practice and an answer sheet.
• Read the short story, then use context clues to predict the outcome. Six stories; answers included.
• Read a brief paragraph, then use supporting details and logic to choose the best prediction. Seven pages and an answer sheet.
• Read a brief paragraph, then use supporting details and logic to predict the probable outcome. Three pages and an answer sheet.
• What is a sentence fragment? Seven pages of exercises with answers.
• Short explanation and five pages of practice on subject/verb agreement.
• Note taking and paragraph writing are essential study skills. Learn how to take notes on the important content found in nonfiction texts. Learn how to compose strong original paragraphs from the notes taken.