Prefixes

Prefixes

A prefix is a word part that is added to the beginning of a word and changes its meaning. Teach your child about the most common prefixes and what they mean. Challenge your child to list words that have specific prefixes and to determine their meaning. Your young learner will feel empowered as they are able to figure out the meaning of words simply by knowing the meaning of the prefix.
A prefix is a word part that is added to the beginning of a word and changes its meaning. Teach your students about the most common prefixes and what they mean. Challenge your students to list words that have specific prefixes and to determine their meaning. Your students will feel empowered as they are able to figure out the meaning of words simply by knowing the meaning of the prefix.
Learning Prefixes
Learning Prefixes
Worksheet
Learning Prefixes
Help your third grader wrap their head around prefixes with this worksheet that asks them to attach the right prefix to a set of root words.
Year 4
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Prefixes: Get It Started!
Prefixes: Get It Started!
Worksheet
Prefixes: Get It Started!
Learners review and practise using three common prefixes in this year four reading and writing worksheet.
Year 4
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Prefix Practice: Make a New Word
Prefix practise: Make a New Word
Worksheet
Prefix practise: Make a New Word
Get some prefix practise with this worksheet that focuses on making new words with common prefixes: dis-, re-, and un-.
Year 4
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Prefix Study: Ex
Prefix Study: Ex
Worksheet
Prefix Study: Ex
Understanding prefixes is crucial for learning the meaning of unfamiliar words and building vocabulary. Use this resource to study the prefix ex-.
Year 4
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Prefix Study: Mis
Prefix Study: Mis
Worksheet
Prefix Study: Mis
Understanding prefixes is a crucial part of building vocabulary and learning the meaning of unfamiliar words. Use this resource to study the prefix mis-.
Year 4
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Common Prefixes
Common Prefixes
Exercise
Common Prefixes
Make it easier for students to spell words by sharing common prefixes with them through this easy to understand exercise.
Year 4
Reading & Writing
Exercise

Finding Area

Finding Area

Try to connect geometry to real life for your child! You can find the area of a room, a table, or another rectagular object in your home. Talk to your child about why this information is helpful to have.
Make the mathematical concept of area come alive! Give your students real life situations and discuss why this information is beneficial to have. This will help them better understand the concept of area.
Geometry: Counting Area
Geometry: Counting Area
Worksheet
Geometry: Counting Area
In this helpful worksheet, your third-grader will learn how to count square units to find the total area of a shape.
Year 4
Maths
Worksheet
Area of Rectangular Rooms
Area of Rectangular Rooms
Worksheet
Area of Rectangular Rooms
Learners practise finding the area of a variety of rectangular rooms in this beginning geometry worksheet.
Year 4
Maths
Worksheet
Everyday Area
Everyday Area
Worksheet
Everyday Area
Area is a quantity that can be calculated both by adding and by multiplying units.
Year 4
Maths
Worksheet
Finding the Area of a Rectangle
Finding the Area of a Rectangle
Lesson plan
Finding the Area of a Rectangle
Let your students learn how to find the area of rectangular objects by doing hands-on activities. Your students will love finding the area of various rectangular objects around the classroom!
Year 4
Maths
Lesson plan
All About Area
All About Area
Lesson plan
All About Area
Use this vocabulary-focused lesson to teach your students about area. It can stand alone or be used as a pre-lesson for *Finding the Area of a Rectangle*.
Year 4
Maths
Lesson plan
City Building: Square Unit Practice
City Building: Square Unit practise
Game
City Building: Square Unit practise
Kids learn that area is calculated in square units through this interactive space colony building game.
Year 4
Maths
Game

Author's Purpose

Author's Purpose

P-I-E. Persuade, Inform, or Entertain. These are the three main reasons an author writes a text. Ask your student about author's purpose as he reads short and long text. This will challenge them to think beyond the text.
To build strong readers, teach them to think beyond the text about the author's intentions. Authors write to persuade, inform, and entertain. Be sure to teach your students the key words and clues of each type of writing.
Author's Purpose
Author's Purpose
Worksheet
Author's Purpose
All authors write for a reason, be it to explain, entertain, or persuade their readers. In this activity, your students will consider the author’s purpose of a book of their choosing, then justify their answer.
Year 3
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Author’s Purpose Sort: It’s as Easy as Pie!
Author’s Purpose Sort: It’s as Easy as Pie!
Worksheet
Author’s Purpose Sort: It’s as Easy as Pie!
Learners will review a definition for each type of author's purpose, then sort nine sentences according to these criteria.
Year 4
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Author’s Purpose Task Cards
Author’s Purpose Task Cards
Worksheet
Author’s Purpose Task Cards
Learners will practise identifying the author's purpose in eight sample paragraphs, using text evidence to support their choice.
Year 5
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Author’s Purpose: Multiple Choice
Author’s Purpose: Multiple Choice
Worksheet
Author’s Purpose: Multiple Choice
Identifying the author’s purpose is as easy as P-I-E with the right mnemonic device! 
Year 4
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Exploring Author's Purpose and Point of View
Exploring Author's Purpose and Point of View
Lesson plan
Exploring Author's Purpose and Point of View
We aren’t mind readers, but we can still figure out why the author wrote a text and what an author thinks about the topic! This lesson will teach your students the main purposes for writing.
Year 4
Reading & Writing
Lesson plan
Distinguish Between Facts and Opinions
Distinguish Between Facts and Opinions
Lesson plan
Distinguish Between Facts and Opinions
Teach your students the difference between facts and opinions, and why an author would choose to use each type of information. This can stand-alone or be used as a pre-lesson for the *Exploring Author's Purpose and Point of View* lesson.
Year 4
Reading & Writing
Lesson plan

Creative Writing

Creative Writing

Telling a story from another point of view is a challenging and fun spin on things. Help your child pretend to be another character or object in the story. Challenge them to tell the story from that point of view. Be sure to discuss how the story changed when it was told from a different point of view.
There are many ways to approach create writing. One way is to get your students to think about the main and supporting characters. Another is to challenge your students to think about the story from other points of view. For a fun and interesting writing exercise, choose a picture book that you have read to the class. Give students the opportunity to choose a character from the book and tell the story from that character's point of view. Allow your students to share and offer each other feedback.
Pinocchio’s Side of the Story
Pinocchio’s Side of the Story
Worksheet
Pinocchio’s Side of the Story
Use this creative writing exercise with your students to tell a story from another character’s point of view.
Year 4
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Writing Prompt: Another Point of View
Writing Prompt: Another Point of View
Worksheet
Writing Prompt: Another Point of View
This creative writing prompt is a fun, relatable way to help learners understand and use point of view in their reading and writing.
Year 4
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Write Your Main Character
Write Your Main Character
Worksheet
Write Your Main Character
Students answer key questions about their main character to develop details in this pre-writing worksheet.
Year 2
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Write Your Supporting Character
Write Your Supporting Character
Worksheet
Write Your Supporting Character
Kids strengthen their pre-writing skills and learn about character development with this planning worksheet.
Year 2
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
My Story's Characters
My Story's Characters
Worksheet
My Story's Characters
Characters are at the very centre of any story, and learning how to create dynamic characters is essential for budding writers. Your students can use this handy organizer to plan rich character development in their creative writing.
Year 3
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Calling All Characters!
Calling All Characters!
Lesson plan
Calling All Characters!
Come one, come all! In this lesson, reading and writing are intertwined as students determine a character's traits from the character's actions. Reading extends into creative writing as students imagine what a character might do next.
Year 4
Reading & Writing
Lesson plan
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