You need characters, theme, POV, plot and setting to tell a good story. Ask your kids to explain them and use this worksheet with a story to teach them about setting. Read the story with your kids, then have them circle the picture that best shows the setting.
Cal and Sal don't love doing homework, just like your kids. Use this worksheet to help your children understand why homework is important. Read the passage together and then answer the questions at the bottom of the page. It's a fun way to learn together!
Help your kids practice reading skills with this exercise. Ask them to read the short passage, then check the boxes showing the character's emotions at the start and end. This will help them improve their reading and understanding.
To help your child with reading and writing, encourage them to read simple texts and comprehension passages. This will help them learn new words, build their grammar and practice their reading skills. Go through a worksheet together, read the character descriptions then ask your child to pick the smiley face which shows how the character feels.
What's your child's favorite day? Let them tell you what makes it special and what they enjoy most. With the worksheet, show them the picture and ask them to identify the day. Read the story aloud, and help them answer the questions and check the right responses.
Do your kids play sports? Ask them what their favourite activities are and what they like most about them. Look at the picture in the worksheet with your kids. Can they tell you what sport the girl is playing? Read the story and help them answer the two questions at the bottom.