Multi-Grade Worksheets to Encourage Thinking and Writing
Welcome to tlsbooks.com. This particular page is unique because it features a number of worksheets appropriate for a variety of age groups. There are fun activities for the pre-kindergarten child as well as the sixth grade child. You'll find materials related to English, history, science, geography, and more. Many of the worksheets are designed to stimulate the imagination or provide fun leisure activities such as crossword puzzles, secret codes, and word searches.
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Free Multi-Grade Worksheets, Puzzles, and Activities
Multi-Grade English/Language Arts Worksheets
Look, Think, and Write Worksheet Set 1 - Students will use their imagination when writing stories to accompany one or all of the ten pictures in this packet.
Writing a Friendly Letter Worksheet Set - This set reviews the parts of a letter, addressing an envelope, and provides a sheet for students to write a friendly letter.
The Popular Poplar Tree - Poem and illustration.
Turtle Reference - Circle the most appropriate reference source you would use to find the answers to the questions about turtles.
Short Sound of Letter A - This phonics worksheet requires students to follow the words with the short a sound to help the cat through the maze.
Biography - Write a short biography about someone you know.
Common Phrases - Hope you don't get the heebie jeebies when you complete this worksheet!
Pachycephalosaurus - List facts and make words from the letters in this dinosaurs name.
Figurative Language - Identify the figurative language in each sentence then re-write the sentence without the figurative language.
Dr. Seuss Word Search Puzzle - Locate a variety of characters from stories by Dr. Seuss.
Bill Peet Characters Word Search and Worksheet - If your students love books by Bill Peet, they will love this word search puzzle and enjoy answering the questions about his stories.
Multi-Grade Science Worksheets
Mars Reading Comprehension - Read about the planet Mars and answer the questions.
Jupiter Reading Comprehension - Read about the planet Jupiter and answer the questions.
Mercury Reading Comprehension - Read about the planet Mercury and answer the questions.
Neptune Reading Comprehension - Read about the planet Neptune and answer the questions.
Venus Reading Comprehension - Read about the planet Venus and answer the questions.
Earth Reading Comprehension - Read about Earth and answer the questions.
Uranus Reading Comprehension - Read about the planet Uranus and answer the questions.
Saturn Reading Comprehension - Read about the planet Saturn and answer the questions.
Insect Scramble Worksheets A and B - Students will unscramble the names of ten insects (five per worksheet) and write them on a sign.
Fur and Feathers Word Scramble - Unscramble the names of mammals and birds and write each name on the line.
Volcano Maze - Preschool-second grade students will enjoy getting through the maze and coloring the picture of a volcano.
Mixed-Up Fruit - Unscramble the names of twelve fruits then draw the fruits you would use in a fruit salad.
Secret Message Worksheet 1 - Students will have fun decoding this secret message about solar energy.
Magnets Worksheets 1-2 - Identify items that a magnet will attract then make predictions about items magnets will attract. Finally, experiment with a magnet to test your predictions.
Multi-Grade Geography Worksheets
Label the Midwestern States - This is a map labeling activity.
Label the Western States - Students will label the states on a map.
Label the Southern States and Washington, D.C. - Label sixteen states and Washington, D.C. map activity.
Label the Northeastern States - Label nine states map activity.
American Symbols - Can your students identify each of these symbols?
The City I Live In - Students will do simple research to learn more about the city in which they live.
State Capitals Word Search - Students will find and circle all of the state capitals when they complete the three word search puzzles in this file.
Countries of Africa Word Search - Locate and circle the African countries in this puzzle.
What State Am I Self-checking Worksheet - Students will read each clue and try to guess the name of seven states. They can check their answers using the answer box.
What State Am I Series - This file includes four worksheets covering all fifty states. Students will read each blurb gives the state nickname and a bit of trivia then draw a line to the state being described.
Multi-Grade History Worksheets
The Pinta - A Columbus Day read, color, and print worksheet.
You Know the Answer Worksheet 3 Candidates - Solve addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division problems to find the question on this fun math and social studies worksheet. For grades 4-6.
Independence Day writing activity - Write a letter to the Loyalists detailing why you believe the colonies should become independent.
Women of the Revolutionary War - Circle the last name of these important women who lived during the Revolutionary War. Select two of the women to write about.
Native American Pottery - Students will learn ways in which Native Americans used pots. They will also improve their fine motor skills and visual perception when they color the pottery and find two pots that are alike.
Flag Facts for Kids - Students will circle true or false for each statement about the American Flag.
Family Shield - This personal/family history activity encourages students to think about such things as what they do well, accomplishments of their family, and color a family shield.
Miscellaneous Multi-Grade Worksheets
911 For Kids - Students will read about the 911 Emergency System and answer questions about what they have read.
Fire and Bicycle Safety - Primary grade students will circle true or false for each statement about bicycle and fire safety. They will also draw a fire escape plan for their home.
Jobs - Draw a line to match each occupation with a picture.
My Vacation Journal - Help your students continue to improve their writing and fine motor skills this summer. This 38 page printable book includes a full 14 days of writing activities as well as a place to draw pictures and add photographs.
Project Helper - Information and preparedness checklist for elementary school project.
Color Tiles Worksheet 3 - Place the words inside the correct word tiles. Colors include sable, ruby, indigo, lavender, emerald, charcoal, green, azure, auburn, and tangerine.
Color Tiles Worksheet 2 - Place the color words inside the correct tiles. Colors include ebony, red, purple, mahogany, amber, chartreuse, yellow, maroon, turquoise, and pewter.
Cut and Paste Seasons - Color, cut, and paste a variety of pictures under the correct season heading.
How Many Trivia - Students will answer each question with a number.
Visions of Tomorrow Students in grades 4-6 will write about what the year 2050 may be like.
My First Timeline - A personal history timeline for recording date of birth, first tooth, first day of school, etc.
Make A Timeline - Students in grades 4-6 will complete a personal timeline as well as three additional timelines for events of their choosing.
Mario Brothers Word Search - Find and circle twelve characters from the Mario Brothers video games.
Cookie Word Search - Students in grades k-3 will enjoy this puzzle on National Cookie Day!
Summer Fun - Find and circle twelve fun summer activities then write the activities in alphabetical order.
Summertime Word Search - Find a ton of fun summer related words then write a short story describing a perfect summer day!
School Days Word Search Puzzle - Find the school supplies in the puzzle.
Dog Maze - Preschool and kindergarten students will improve fine motor skills while helping the dog find the bones.
Johann Sebastian Bach - The Story of the Boy who Sang in the Streets.
Ludwig van Beethoven - The Boy who was Forced to Practice.
Frederic Francois Chopin - Making Beautiful Melodies.
Edvard Grieg - A Boy who Made Music in the Land of the Midnight Sun.
George Frederick Handel - Little Boy who Practiced in an Attic.
Franz Joseph Haydn - Choir Boy to Great Composer.
Franz Liszt - A Great Pianist and Teacher.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - A Boy who Gave Concerts.
Franz Schubert - A Boy who Wrote Beautiful Songs.
Robert Schumann - Making Pictures in Music.
Giuseppe Verdi - A boy who Loved the Hand Organ.
Richard Wagner - The Story of a Boy who Wrote Plays.
All worksheets created by Tracey Smith.
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This page has 216 pages of worksheets, puzzles, secret codes, and reading materials for students in preschool-sixth grade.