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Language Arts Work Sheet Library K-2


The language arts lessons below have been selected from the resources of Teacher Created Resources. (Click on the advertisement above for a complete catalog of Teacher Created Resources teacher-ready activities.) The lessons below are appropriate for students in Grades K-2. Click on a work sheet headline below for a complete teaching resource; the skill listed in parentheses next to each headline is the primary skill addressed within that work sheet. Answer keys are provided below for lessons that require them.

Word Family Pairs (word families)
ANSWERS: Students should color the following socks the same color: hat and bat, met and vet, fin and win, hit and sit, lot and got, run and fun, lap and rap, red and fed, jog and fog, fig and big, nut and cut.

Tell About the Picture (reading)
ANSWERS: 1. The cat is on a mat. 2. The bug is in a net. 3. The dog ran in the sun.

Which Beginning Sound? (letters and sounds)
ANSWERS: 1. v 7. g 12. t 2. c 8. y 13. r 3. d 9. j 14. s 4. q 10. l 15. f 5. p 11. m 16. w 6. b

Rhyming Words (short e)
ANSWERS: nest, rest/jet, met/den, then/fell, sell

Identifying Words (short u)
ANSWERS: dug, jug, hug, bug, rug, snug, tug

Sight Words (vocabulary)
ANSWERS:
2 letters: an
3 letters: ask, put
4 letters: open, over
5 letters: round
1. an
2. round
3. ask
4. open
5. over
6. put

Verbs—Is/Are (parts of speech)
ANSWERS:
1. is      5. is
2. is      6. are
3. are   7. is
4. are   8. are

Story Sequence (sentence structure)
ANSWERS:
Story 1: 3, 2, 1
Story 2: 2, 1, 3
Story 3: 1, 3, 2

Completing the Sentence (long i)
ANSWERS:
1. lion
2. bike
3. five
4. pie
5. tie
6. mice
7. vine
8. kite

Make a Compound Word (word study)
ANSWERS:
1. doghouse    4. rainbow
2. seashell       5. football
3. teapot

Animal ABC Order (word study)
ANSWERS:
1. bird, cat, dog, lizard
2. elephant, giraffe, lion, tiger
3. cow, horse, pig, sheep
4. crab, fish, octopus, shark

Octopus Bath (writing)

Words in Words! (words)

A Good Start (capitalization)
ANSWERS:
1. Today   5. A
2. We        6. He
3. Did        7. Give
4. Some    8. What

Capitalize and Punctuate (grammar)
ANSWERS:
1. I, John, Saturday
2. On, Tuesday, Ben
3. Did, March, Kara
4. Can, I, February, Jim’s
5. We, June, July, August
1. .
2. .
3. ?
4. !
5. ?
1. shiny, orange goldfish
2. swim, glide, and wiggle
3. fish, dog, or cat

Make Mine a Combo (writing sentences)
ANSWERS:
1. Cows and horses eat hay.
2. The ducks and geese swim.
3. Teachers and students read books.
4. Some of the pigs and the piglets sleep.
5. Sheep and goats graze.

Picture These Plurals (nouns)
ANSWERS:
1. birds
2. families
3. porches
4. dinosaurs
5. mothers
6. daddies
7. glasses
8. foxes
9. cities
10. hangers

Just the Facts (fact and opinion)
ANSWERS:
1. O     6. F
2. O     7. O
3. F      8. F
4. F      9. O
5. O     10. F

Reading Assessment (reading)
ANSWERS:
1. a
2. c
3. a



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