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Introducing our Normal Building Vocabulary worksheets, expertly designed for 9-Year-Olds! These engaging worksheets are crafted to enrich your child's language skills, offering a foundation that merges fun with educational value. Each sheet is filled with activities tailored for young learners, aiming to expand their vocabulary in a natural and intuitive way. The Normal Building Vocabulary for 9-Year-Olds series is perfect for both classroom use and at-home learning, providing a versatile tool to enhance your child's word mastery. Watch your child's confidence and communication abilities soar with our carefully curated vocabulary exercises. Dive into a world of words today!


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King Midas Worksheet
King Midas Worksheet

King Midas Worksheet

Read the ancient Greek history of King Midas to your kids. If they're into Greek gods and mythology, they'll be excited to complete the exercise. Read the text carefully, and if needed, twice. Help your kids locate the story's theme at the bottom of the page. 80 words.
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The Boy Who Cried Wolf Part 2 Worksheet
The Boy Who Cried Wolf Part 2 Worksheet

The Boy Who Cried Wolf Part 2 Worksheet

Kids love story time - no doubt they know their favorites! This worksheet tells a story with a theme or main idea. Read it carefully with your kids and ensure they understand every word. Then, help them answer the simple questions at the bottom of the page.
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The Boy Who Cried Wolf Part 1 Worksheet
The Boy Who Cried Wolf Part 1 Worksheet

The Boy Who Cried Wolf Part 1 Worksheet

Storytime can be your kid's favorite part of the day. Ask them what their favorite stories are, then read the text in the printout. Read along with them, making sure they understand each word. At the end, go over the questions and have them check the correct answers.
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Trait Maze Worksheet
Trait Maze Worksheet

Trait Maze Worksheet

A trait is a character's personality and should not be confused with a feeling, which is temporary. In this worksheet, kids learn about traits by following them through a maze and ignoring the feelings on the path.
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Nature Word Search Worksheet
Nature Word Search Worksheet

Nature Word Search Worksheet

Unscramble science vocabulary words and find them in this fun worksheet! Use the pictures as clues if you get stumped; you can also write down the words for reference. Solve the puzzle when you're done to finish!
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Food Chain Cause Worksheet
Food Chain Cause Worksheet

Food Chain Cause Worksheet

Help your little learner analyze ecosystems and compare food chains with this Kids Academy worksheet! Kids will compare a carnivore's and herbivore's food chain; which is longer and why? Questions at the bottom of the page will help them compare and circle the best answers. A great way to understand animal food chains!
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Tasty Verbs Worksheet
Tasty Verbs Worksheet

Tasty Verbs Worksheet

Verbs can show actions, past events, and future happenings. Master present tense verbs with this cookie-themed worksheet! Read the verbs on each cookie and help kids form sentences using the word in present tense. Circle the correct answers for each cookie. Give them a tasty treat while learning something new!
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Where Are Pronouns? Worksheet
Where Are Pronouns? Worksheet

Where Are Pronouns? Worksheet

Pronouns make language flow, substituting "he" or "she" for names. Kids know and use them in their speech, but identifying pronouns in grammar helps build writing skills. This worksheet challenges kids to pick out pronouns from other nouns. Go through the worksheet, view the pictures and read the words. Ask kids to check boxes in front of pronouns to mark answers.
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Ancient Artifacts Worksheet
Ancient Artifacts Worksheet

Ancient Artifacts Worksheet

This free worksheet helps kids understand ancient artifacts, from statues to necklaces to fossils. They'll read comprehension questions and select answers from multiple choice options, with pictures to help them grasp the concept. It's a great way for children to learn about artifacts and what they may look like.
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Phonics and Word Recognition: Assessment 3 Worksheet
Phonics and Word Recognition: Assessment 3 Worksheet

Phonics and Word Recognition: Assessment 3 Worksheet

Silent letters can be tricky for kids learning to read and write. Show them how they work with words like 'knee' and 'dumb'. Then, challenge them to come up with their own. Give them a worksheet with silent letters and trace the lines to join the letters into words.
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Phonics and Word Recognition: Assessment 2 Worksheet
Phonics and Word Recognition: Assessment 2 Worksheet

Phonics and Word Recognition: Assessment 2 Worksheet

Help your kids learn proper pronunciation by counting syllables. Most words they'll encounter have 1-3 syllables, making them simple to say. Have them repeat the words in your worksheet after you. Focus on longer words with more than two syllables.
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Phonics and Word Recognition: Assessment 1 Worksheet
Phonics and Word Recognition: Assessment 1 Worksheet

Phonics and Word Recognition: Assessment 1 Worksheet

Explain prefixes (words added to start of another word to give it a new meaning) and suffixes (added to end of word to change its meaning) to your kids with examples like 'unhappy' (prefix) and 'forgetful' (suffix). Now, help your child complete this worksheet, including circling words and checking boxes.
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Greek and Latin Roots Worksheet
Greek and Latin Roots Worksheet

Greek and Latin Roots Worksheet

English borrows lots of words from other languages, and it has many ties to Greek and Latin. For example, 'tri', 'sub' and 'tele' (all from Greek and Latin) mean 'three', 'under' and 'distance' respectively. Help your child understand the meanings of words by having them work through a maze with words from these languages.
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Action! Worksheet
Action! Worksheet

Action! Worksheet

Most English words are borrowed, and prefixes and suffixes are added to change the meaning. A popular prefix is 'act', from the Greek root meaning 'to do'. With your kids, look at the words in this worksheet and circle those with the root 'act'.
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There, Their, They're Worksheet
There, Their, They're Worksheet

There, Their, They're Worksheet

Explain to your kids the difference between 'there', 'their' and 'they're'. These three words are homophones - spelt similarly but with different meanings. Help them choose the correct homophones when completing sentences, and trace the line to the right word.
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How Meaningful! Worksheet
How Meaningful! Worksheet

How Meaningful! Worksheet

'Meaningful' is used to describe something that carries importance to someone else. For example, calling friends on their birthdays. The suffix -ful can also be added to other words to create new meanings; try this with your kids and help them check the correct suffix to complete the sentence.
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Read It! Worksheet
Read It! Worksheet

Read It! Worksheet

Point to each image on this worksheet, asking your child what it is. Read the 2 options then help your child trace the line to the correct word. It'll keep them engaged and provide visual stimulation.
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Decoding Multisyllabic Words Worksheet
Decoding Multisyllabic Words Worksheet

Decoding Multisyllabic Words Worksheet

Ask your kids what their favorite fruits are. Show them the 4 images and point to each one, asking them what it's called. Help them circle the correct word choice for each one. Fruits are a healthy and delicious way to eat; get your kids to identify them!
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Count Them Up Worksheet
Count Them Up Worksheet

Count Them Up Worksheet

This worksheet has four colorful pictures. Ask your students to identify and name each image, then count the syllables in the word. Make them repeat the word after you, and check off the box with the correct number of syllables. Mastering the art of counting goes beyond numbers. Get your students counting syllables with this activity!
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Synonyms or Antonyms: Assessment Worksheet
Synonyms or Antonyms: Assessment Worksheet

Synonyms or Antonyms: Assessment Worksheet

Test your child's knowledge with this fun worksheet! Ask them to read the words and select if they are synonyms or antonyms - e.g. 'happy' is a synonym and 'bad' is an antonym. For an extra challenge, ask them to provide two synonyms and two antonyms for each word.
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Synonym Check Worksheet
Synonym Check Worksheet

Synonym Check Worksheet

Ask your kids what a synonym is, and listen to their definitions. If needed, explain it's a word that has a similar meaning to another. Give examples, then ask them to do the same. For this worksheet, get them to help grade the papers. Have them check the boxes if the words are synonyms.
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Antonyms: Prometheus Worksheet
Antonyms: Prometheus Worksheet

Antonyms: Prometheus Worksheet

Antonyms are words with opposite meanings to another. For example, the antonyms of 'good' are 'bad', 'poor' and 'wicked'. Ask your child to give you antonyms for 'Prometheus', which relates to fire. Invite your kids to trace the lines to the fireplace if the words are antonyms, helping the people in the tracing sheet get warm.
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Sight Word Archery Worksheet
Sight Word Archery Worksheet

Sight Word Archery Worksheet

Read the words list with your kids, pointing at each one. Ask them to do the same. Help them find the arrows with those words and trace the line to the target in the centre.
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Homophones: Crayons Worksheet
Homophones: Crayons Worksheet

Homophones: Crayons Worksheet

Ask your kids: "What are homophones?" Explain that homophones are words that sound alike but have different meanings, like 'dare' and 'deer'. Ask them to identify homophones by putting the crayons in this printout away according to the words.
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Normal Building Vocabulary worksheets specifically designed for 9-year-olds can play a pivotal role in enhancing their linguistic abilities at a crucial stage of development. At this age, children are not only expanding their reading skills but are also starting to engage more deeply with complex sentence structures and a broader range of vocabulary in both their spoken and written communication.

Utilizing Normal Building Vocabulary worksheets can significantly aid in this developmental phase. These worksheets are tailored to meet the cognitive and linguistic abilities of 9-year-olds, providing them with challenges that are neither too easy nor too difficult. This ensures that learning remains engaging and effective, pushing their boundaries just enough to facilitate substantial growth in their vocabulary.

Moreover, these worksheets typically incorporate a variety of exercises that range from word matching, definitions, synonyms and antonyms, to sentence completions and story contexts. This diversity not only keeps the learning process interesting for children but also caters to different learning styles, ensuring that all students can benefit from them.

In essence, Normal Building Vocabulary worksheets for 9-year-olds are instrumental in laying down a foundation of a rich and varied vocabulary. This foundation is crucial for their academic success and effective communication, opening up a world of opportunities for personal and intellectual growth.