Abstract Nouns

Abstract Nouns

As your child studies the various parts of speech, emphasize the difference between concrete and abstract nouns. A concrete noun is one that we can see, touch, smell, hear, or taste — an abstract noun is one that we cannot. As your child learns to identify abstract nouns, they will be more mindful of the words they use in their own writing.
As your students study the various parts of speech, emphasize the difference between concrete and abstract nouns. A concrete noun is one that we can see, touch, smell, hear, or taste — an abstract noun is one that we cannot. As students learn to identify abstract nouns, they will be more mindful of the words they use in their own writing.
What Are Abstract Nouns?
What Are Abstract Nouns?
Worksheet
What Are Abstract Nouns?
This worksheet will have young writers identify both abstract and concrete nouns and place them in the correct columns.
Year 4
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Abstract Nouns
Abstract Nouns
Worksheet
Abstract Nouns
Children practise spotting and using abstract nouns in this four-page worksheet series.
Year 4
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Abstract Nouns Practice
Abstract Nouns practise
Worksheet
Abstract Nouns practise
This worksheet will help young writers get creative with abstract nouns and learn how they differ from concrete nouns.
Year 4
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Abstract Nouns for Kids
Abstract Nouns for Kids
Worksheet
Abstract Nouns for Kids
In this worksheet, students practise noticing the difference between concrete and abstract nouns through a series of practise sentences.
Year 4
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Identifying Abstract Nouns
Identifying Abstract Nouns
Worksheet
Identifying Abstract Nouns
This worksheet provides 10 sentences with abstract nouns. Students will read each sentence and circle any abstract nouns they identify.
Year 6
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Abstract Nouns
Abstract Nouns
Exercise
Abstract Nouns
Teach students the importance of abstract nouns, or things you can't actually see or touch, and how to incorporate them into writing to demonstrate the correct tone.
Year 4
Reading & Writing
Exercise

Data with Pictographs and Line Plots

Data with Pictographs and Line Plots

A variety of types of graphs are used to display data. Teach your child about line plots and pictographs, providing examples. Highlight the ways that these graphs depict real-life scenarios, as well as the ways information can be interpreted from them. Once your child is comfortable reading and interpreting graphs, provide some word problems for them to solve. Have your child survey family members about their favorite ice cream flavors, animals, or other fun topics. Then, have your child chart the information in the form of a pictograph or line plot.
A variety of types of graphs are used to display data. Teach students about line plots and pictographs, providing examples. Highlight the ways that these graphs depict real-life scenarios, as well as the ways information can be interpreted from them. Once students are comfortable reading and interpreting graphs, distribute some word problems for them to solve.
Interpret the Line Plot
Interpret the Line Plot
Worksheet
Interpret the Line Plot
Students will get important practise analyzing line plots in this graphing and data worksheet.
Year 4
Maths
Worksheet
Pictographs: Say Cheese!
Pictographs: Say Cheese!
Worksheet
Pictographs: Say Cheese!
To keep track of his cheese sales, Giovanni uses a pictograph. Kids will figure out how his cheese business is doing by using data in the graph.
Year 4
Maths
Worksheet
Word Problems: Interpreting Line Plots
Word Problems: Interpreting Line Plots
Worksheet
Word Problems: Interpreting Line Plots
Students will have a chance to practise solving word problems using line plots with this worksheet.
Year 4
Maths
Worksheet
Reading Pictographs: Building a New Town
Reading Pictographs: Building a New Town
Worksheet
Reading Pictographs: Building a New Town
In this year 4 maths worksheet, kids practise interpreting graph data and using information in a pictograph to answer word problems.
Year 4
Maths
Worksheet
Reading Pictographs: Going to the Theater
Reading Pictographs: Going to the Theater
Worksheet
Reading Pictographs: Going to the Theater
In this year 4 maths worksheet, kids practise interpreting graph data as they use the information in a pictograph to answer a set of questions.
Year 4
Maths
Worksheet
What is it Telling Me? Creating and Interpreting Line Plots
What is it Telling Me? Creating and Interpreting Line Plots
Lesson plan
What is it Telling Me? Creating and Interpreting Line Plots
Line plots are a great way to introduce your students to graphing data. In this lesson, your students will learn how to create a line plot and also practise interpreting line plots.
Year 4
Maths
Lesson plan
Let's Interpret the Line Plot
Let's Interpret the Line Plot
Lesson plan
Let's Interpret the Line Plot
Support your students as they build a foundation in data analysis! Use this as an independent lesson or alongside the lesson entitled *What is it Telling me? Creating and Interpreting Line Plots.*
Year 4
Maths
Lesson plan
Picture Graphing with Fish
Picture Graphing with Fish
Game
Picture Graphing with Fish
Fish, fish everywhere! Kids catch fish to sort and graph in this zany game.
Year 4
Maths
Game

Fantasy and Realism

Fantasy and Realism

Good readers analyze the elements of the stories they read, and can identify similarities and differences among texts. As you expose your child to a variety of genres, be sure to highlight the differences between them. Have your child compare and contrast fantasy and realistic fiction, challenging them to identify the elements that make fantasy fiction unique.
Good readers analyze the elements of the stories they read and can identify similarities and differences among texts. As you expose your students to a variety of genres, be sure to highlight the differences between them. Have your students compare and contrast fantasy and realistic fiction, challenging them to identify the elements that make fantasy fiction unique.
Real or Fantasy: The Princess Mouse
Real or Fantasy: The Princess Mouse
Worksheet
Real or Fantasy: The Princess Mouse
Use this exercise with your students as they work through the realms of realism and fantasy.
Year 4
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Real or Fantasy: The Lion and the Mouse
Real or Fantasy: The Lion and the Mouse
Worksheet
Real or Fantasy: The Lion and the Mouse
Use this resource with your students to give them practise reading a fable and categorizing sentences as either examples of realism or fantasy.
Year 4
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Sorting it Out: Real or Fantasy?
Sorting it Out: Real or Fantasy?
Worksheet
Sorting it Out: Real or Fantasy?
With this worksheet, students will practise determining if the sentences fit under the category of fantasy or realism.
Year 4
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Graphic Organizer: Real or Fantasy?
Graphic Organizer: Real or Fantasy?
Worksheet
Graphic Organizer: Real or Fantasy?
Use this graphic organizer with your students as they read myths, folktales, tall tales, fables, and other fiction stories.
Year 4
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Making Sense of Realism and Fantasy
Making Sense of Realism and Fantasy
Lesson plan
Making Sense of Realism and Fantasy
Is it real or is it fantasy? This lesson introduces students to the literary concepts of realism and fantasy. Readers will practise this skill by using details in texts to distinguish the two genre elements.
Year 4
Reading & Writing
Lesson plan

Short Research Projects

Short Research Projects

Research is a 21st Century skill that will serve your child now and in the future. Not every research project needs to be in-depth or lengthy, however. A quality research activity can even be completed in one day. Teach your child about reliable sources, how to pick out important information, and how to organise their work — but also give them space and time to find information on their own, providing guidance when needed.
Research is a 21st Century skill that will serve your students now and in the future. Not every research project needs to be in-depth or lengthy, however. A quality research activity can even be completed even in one day. Teach students about reliable sources, how to pick out important information, and how to organise their work — but also give them space and time to find information on their own, providing guidance when needed.
Identifying Reliable Sources
Identifying Reliable Sources
Worksheet
Identifying Reliable Sources
Before your child gets started writing research reports, help him learn that not all sources are created equal.
Year 4
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Research a Famous Inventor
Research a Famous Inventor
Worksheet
Research a Famous Inventor
Year 4
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Planet Research
Planet Research
Worksheet
Planet Research
Third grader today, astrophysicist tomorrow! Let your child research his planet of choice, and discover everything from the number of moons to temperature.
Year 4
Science
Worksheet
Animal Report: Camel
Animal Report: Camel
Worksheet
Animal Report: Camel
Learn step by step how to create a report! Research facts about camels, complete the sentences, then use the sentences to create a report about camels.
Year 5
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Learn About Your State
Learn About Your State
Worksheet
Learn About Your State
Invite children to get to know their home state a little better with this series of questions and prompts.
Year 5
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
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