Fun worksheets and activities for grades K-12!

The importance of reading can’t be stated enough. Reading helps expand kids’ minds and is the foundation for success in all subjects. You’ll love the grade-level reading resources, worksheets and articles that will help your child with vocabulary and comprehension in the younger years. Plus, we’ve got resources for every age, all the way up to advanced reading skills for college/university. Sylvan is here for you all the way!

Enrichment Activities

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8 Ways to Make Reading Enjoyable

If your child doesn’t enjoy reading, we’ve put together some ideas to make reading a more fun and positive experience!

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10 Tips for Practicing Diction with Kids

Check out these 10 tips on how you can practice diction skills with your child.

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11 Tips for Enhancing Vocabulary

Check out these fun vocabulary tips to help your child grow his or her word skills.

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Let Your Child Read to You

These activity sheets will teach your kindergartener fun ways to determine which quantities are more or less.

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Think Outside the Chapters

We’ve put together ideas to get your child reading more, and for longer periods of time.

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Vocabulary Worksheets

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Beginning Word Games

These worksheets will take your kindergartener through fun word hunts and mazes as they learn new words.

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Grade 1 - How Do You Feel?

These word exercises will help your child to associate words with different human emotions.

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Grade 2 - Let’s Eat

These activities will allow your child to match different foods with their descriptions—yum!

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Roots (Grades 3-12)

This guide will introduce your child to roots, which are groups of letters found at the beginning, middle or end of a word.

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Grade 4 - Synonyms & Antonyms

Your child will get more synonym and antonym practice by filling in the blanks in these fun worksheets.

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Grade 5 - Homographs

These activity sheets will introduce your child to homographs, which are words with the same spelling but different meanings.

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Comprehension Worksheets

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5 W's Chart

What better way to understand the plot of a book by then outlining the “who,” “what,” “when,” “where” and “why?” Your child can complete this chart while reading to help him or her follow along.

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Cause & Effect

Your child can use this diagram to outline the different series of events in a story, using different clue words.

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Compare & Contrast

This guide includes a Venn Diagram for your child to compare and contrast different elements of a story.

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Idea Web

This diagram will allow your child to take a main idea of a story and fill out the supporting details of the idea.

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KWL Chart

In this chart, kids can fill out what they already know, what they want to learn and what they have learned, as they read a story.

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Prefix & Suffix Worksheets

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Prefixes (Grades 3-12)

Check out this list of different prefixes and their meanings.

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Suffixes (Grades 3-12)

Check out this list of different suffixes and their meanings.

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Grade 3 - Suffixes

Your child will complete these fun word puzzles while learning about suffixes.

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Grade 3 - Prefixes

These engaging puzzles will allow your child to match different prefixes with their corresponding words.

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Grade 4 - Suffixes

These activities and puzzles will give your fourth grader more fun practice with suffixes.

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Grade 4 - Prefixes

Keep diving into prefix practice with these exciting activity sheets.

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Grade 5 - Suffixes

Your child will practice more advanced suffix concepts with these engaging activity sheets.

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Grade 5 - Prefixes

These exciting activities will allow your child to practice more advanced prefix concepts.

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Literacy & Phonics Worksheets

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Decoding Words

This guide will walk your child through steps on how to decode new words they may be unfamiliar with.

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Word Families

Words have families too! This chart outlines groups of words that end with the same spelling pattern.

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Fun Early Literacy Activities to Do at Home

Check out these fun crafts that you can do with your child at home to practice new literacy concepts.

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Literary Elements Guide

This guide will help your child break down the different elements of a story to help him or her become a better reader.

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Literature Study Strategies (Elementary)

These tips will help your elementary-school student analyze different parts of a story.

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Literature Study Strategies (Middle & High School)

These activities will teach your child more advanced strategies on how to dissect parts of a story.

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