Help your students read and identify the parts of the story in this worksheet: the beginning (characters and setting), middle (major events), and ending (events are resolved). Show them how to structure a story for clarity.
Teach your kids about points of view with this worksheet! In a story, characters can tell the story in first person or it can come from a narrator in third person. Read the excerpt in the worksheet and ask your kids to identify which point of view it is.
Encourage your kids to learn geometry! Remind them that when shapes are cut into two equal parts, they are called halves. Have them look at the circles in the worksheet, and trace the lines that cut the circles in half. Geometry is an essential part of education, and although it may not be exciting, it's a valuable skill to have.