Punctuate it right pdf

As a bonus, site members have access to a banner-ad-free version punctuate it right pdf the site, with print-friendly pages. Draw a picture of your favorite weather and write about it.

Describe your favorite weather, why you like it, and what you like to do during this weather. Draw a picture of bad weather and write about it. Describe what you should do when this type of weather is here an what you do during this weather. Draw a picture of a tornado and write about it and the destruction it can cause — for young writers. Find synonyms, antonyms, homonyms, and compound words, then capitalize, punctuate, and correct the spelling of sentences. Write the local weather page of a newspaper. Write the US weather page of a newspaper.

In this worksheet, the student is given a series of short answers using weather-related words. For each answer, the student writes a short question. Write a sentence for each weather-related word. Words: raining, snowed, hail, sleet, cloudy, blizzard, hurricane, tornado, storm, temperature.

In this worksheet, write the definition of a word, what part of speech it is, and use it in a sentence. Words: meteorology, meteorologist, forecaster, humid, overcast, windy, precipitation, atmospheric, cyclone, drought. For each letter of the word “snowflake,” find words and phrases that are related to or remind you of snowflakes. Think of as many as you can. Draw three of your favorite types of weather and write about each of them. Or go to a pdf of the worksheet.

Draw three of your least favorite weather and write about each of them. Write adjectives describing a tornado in and around the tornado. Write adjectives describing rain in and around the rain and clouds. Write adjectives describing snow in and around the snow.

A short, printable worksheet quiz about weather. The short-answer worksheet asks 10 questions about weather, for example, “If you could change the color of snow, what color would it be? Color the picture of the clouds, then write 5 facts and 5 opinions about clouds. Color the picture of the evergreen tree, then write 5 facts and 5 opinions about evergreen trees. Write a poem about clouds inside clouds.

Start each line with a letter from the word “CLOUDS. Write a poem about clouds inside the picture. Or go to a pdf of the poem worksheet. Start each line with a letter from the word “RAIN. Write a poem about the rain inside the picture. Write a poem about a rainbow.

Start each line with a letter from the word “rainbow. Draw a rainbow, then write an acrostic poem about it. Start each line of your poem with the letter on that line. Or go to a pdf of the poem. Start each line with a letter from the word “SNOW. Write a poem about the snow inside the picture. Write a poem about a snowflake.

Start each line with a letter from the word “snowflake. Write a poem about a snowman. Start each line with a letter from the word “snowman. Draw a snowman, then write an acrostic poem about it. Write a poem inside the snowman. Draw a picture of the sun, then write an acrostic poem about it. Write a poem about the Sun inside the picture.

Write a poem about a tornado. Start each line with a letter from the word “tornado. Write a poem inside the tornado. Write a poem inside the umbrella.

Draw a picture of water, then write an acrostic poem about it. Write a poem inside the drop of water. Start each line with a letter from the word “water. Write a poem about the weather.