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The subject of Language Arts includes the alphabet, writing, vocabulary, spelling, speech, penmanship, and grammar. Our most popular lessons and printables will help your students master these resources. Find alphabetizing worksheets, printable books on grammar, handwriting practice sheets, creative writing activities, vocabulary drills, pronunciation guides, and much more. Also included are language arts computer activities, graphic organizers, and slideshows.

Alphabet Activities (K-2)

Lowercase and Uppercase Cursive Alphabet
Letter Identification
3-Letter Blends
Summer Olympic Games Alphabetical Order Activity
Naming Words - Grammar Skill (Gr. K)
More Alphabet Activities (K-2)

Alphabet Activities (3-5)

Daily Language Arts Printables, Grade 5
Indian Symbols and Meanings
Alphabetizing Printables Slideshow
Alphabet Organizer
My Little Letter Book -- A and B
More Alphabet Activities (3-5)

Vocabulary Resources (K-5)

Poetry Terms Glossary
Building Vocabulary
Earth Day Word Search
Transition Words and Phrases
Label Your Body
More Vocabulary Resources (K-5)

Vocabulary Resources (6-8)

Poetry Terms Glossary
Organ Systems in the Human Body
Feeling Words Chart
Same Name Word Puzzle
Solving Analogies
More Vocabulary Resources (6-8)

Spelling Resources

School Jobs Crossword Puzzle
Scoring Rubric: Research Report/Paper
Solve the Rebus Puzzles
Root Words
Charlotte's Web Word Search
More Popular Spelling Resources

Grammar Resources

Scoring Rubric: Poetry
More Grammar – Teacher Resources

Creative Writing Resources

Research Paper: How to Write a Bibliography
Sample Essay Outlines
Character Traits
Who Am I? – Character Description
Rubrics for Writing -- Elementary/Intermediate
More Creative Writing Resources

Composition Resources

Main Idea and Supporting Details
Writing a Book Report
Top 10 Writing Graphic Organizers Gallery
Paragraph Writing: Similarities and Differences
Who, What, When, Where, Why, and How
More Popular Composition Resources

Journalism Activities

Who, What, When, Where, Why, and How
Be a Journalist!
Charlotte's Web Newspaper Project
Persuasion Plan
Newscast from Berlin
More Journalism Activities

Graphic Organizers

Main Idea and Supporting Details Web
Reading Comprehension Sequence Chain
Five-Paragraph Essay
Who, What, When, Where, Why, and How
Beginning, Middle, and End
More Popular Language Arts Graphic Organizers

Reading & Language Arts Rubrics

Presentation Rubrics
Scoring Rubric: Literary Analysis/Interpretation
Scoring Rubric: Summary
Scoring Rubric: Narrative Based on Personal Experiences
Scoring Rubric: Drama
More Popular Reading & Language Arts Rubrics

Holiday Fun

Shape Poems
African Folk Tales: Background Information
"I'm Thankful for . . ."
School Jobs Crossword Puzzle
Mother's Day Writing Ideas
O. Henry's "The Gift of the Magi"
A Raisin in the Sun
More Popular Language Arts Holiday Activities

Art Connections

Who Gives a Hoot?
Top 10 Books by Eric Carle
The Middle Ages: Knights and Knighthood Activity Packet
Facial Expressions Chart
Native American Picture Writing
More Popular Art Activities for Language Arts

Biography Connections

Popular Biography Printables for Grades K-5
Popular Biography Printables for Grades 6-12
Anne Frank: Diary of a Young Girl – Project Ideas, Comprehension Tests & Activities
Rachel Carson: The Coming of a Silent Spring: Reading Passage
Life Is Sweet: The Story of Milton Hershey
More Popular Biography Activities for Language Arts

Science Connections

Photosynthesis Worksheet
The Very Hungry Caterpillar Activities Booklet
Plant Parts
Label Your Body
Soil Erosion Word Search
More Popular Science Activities for Language Arts

Music Connections

"Frere Jacques" Translations
Walt Disney Biography: A Nonfiction Reading Warm-Up
Tap Your Feet
Classical Music: Improving Children's Development
Write a Script
More Popular Music Activities for Language Arts

Mathematics Connections

Four Column Chart
The Middle Ages: Medieval Towns Activity Packet
Summer Fun Worksheets
Buy Nothing Day
The Lemonade War Teacher's Guide
More Popular Mathematics Activities for Language Arts

Technology Connections

Story Starters
Letter Writing
PowerPoint Postcards Presentation
Internet Scavenger Hunts
History of Communication
More Popular Technology Activities for Language Arts

Penmanship/Handwriting Exercises

Report Card Comments & Phrases—General and Handwriting
Getting to Know Each Other Through Poetry
Cursive Handwriting Printable Book: A-M (2-5)
Colonial Times: Heritage Handwriting
Cursive Handwriting -- Oo
More Penmanship Resources

Speech Resources

Ten Art Questions
Informal Debates
A Collection of Poetry Activities
Tongue Twisters
Pygmalion Teacher's Guide
More Speech Resources

Linguistics Resources

Frindle Teacher's Guide
The Hobbit Teacher's Guide
Languages by Country
Tolkien's Middle-earth Unit 2: Runes, Riddles, and a Ring of Power
Secret Codes: Code Creation Exercise
Toboggan Run
Write the Sentence
More than One
Scattergorize, Part 1
Be a Linguist for Music Terms
Amazing Language Facts
Ten Most Widely Spoken Languages in the World

Foreign Language Resources

Spanish-Speaking Countries and Their Capitals
Classify the Dynamics of Music
Los quehaceres domésticos
Parts of the Body (English/Spanish)
¿Cómo se dice en español?
More Foreign Languages Resources

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