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Fun worksheets and activities for grades 9-12!

High school is the beginning of adulthood. (Crazy, right?) Your teen will face bigger academic challenges, heavier homework loads, new levels of pressure and stress, all while trying to figure out what to do in his or her next stage in life. (Breathe, everyone!) We’ve got you both covered with tons of tips on everything from how to prep for the ACT® and SAT®, to strategies on reducing stress, to how to create an action plan for each year in high school.

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Math

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Trigonometric Unit Circle

It’s trigonometry time! These unit circles will help your high schooler solve trigonometry problems.

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Graphs of Common Functions

Your child will learn how to form graphs of common functions in these worksheets.

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Properties of Real Numbers

These properties will help your child solve higher-level math equations.

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Reading

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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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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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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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Writing

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Tips for Writing the College Essay

It’s time to put all that writing kids have been doing since they were young to work—these tips will help your teen write a great college/university essay!

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Tips for Writing a Resume

Usually the first thing an employer sees when hiring is your resume. It’s a one-page sales pitch for yourself—make it the best it can be with these tips!

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Tips for Writing a Cover Letter

Once your resume is complete, it’s time to create a cover letter, where you can introduce yourself and highlight some of your qualifications. Check out some of our ideas for cover letter writing!

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Digital & Email Etiquette Tips

Following these tips will help keep your child’s online and email experiences safe, friendly and respectful.

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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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Persuasion Map

This graphic organizer will help your child organize the necessary components of an argument essay before beginning.

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Enrichment Ideas


8 Reasons to Keep Your Child Learning This Summer

It’s trigonometry time! These unit circles will help your high schooler solve trigonometry problems.

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4 Things You Can Do This Summer to Impact Your Child’s Education

It’s trigonometry time! These unit circles will help your high schooler solve trigonometry problems.

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The Importance of Nurturing a Growth Mindset

A mindset is an attitude, inclination or disposition. We outline a few tips on how kids can foster a more positive outlook, attitude and frame of mind.

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