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ESL worksheets for young learners. K-7 level.





Worksheets for Teaching K7

ESL Young Learners: Index

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Section 51: Forest Animals/Animals Get Ready


In this section, you will find worksheets for teaching about forest animals. There is also a mini unit on how animals get ready for winter.


Bears are getting ready for winter. They are catching salmon in the rivers.


Section 52: Superlative Adjectives

In this section, you will find worksheets for rules on how to form superlative adjectives.


Mt. Everest is the highest mountain in the world.


Section 53: What Do Scientists Do?

In this section, you will find worksheets that teach language describing what scientists do.


Scientists predict, observe, classify, compare, and measure.


Section 54: Parts of a Plant

Worksheets for teaching the parts of a plant and why they are important.


Roots are important because they gather water.


Section 55: Setting of a Story

Worksheets for teaching about the setting of a story.


The story takes place in the future.


Section 56: Chores

Worksheets for teaching about chores and 'have to.'


I have to sweep the floor.


Section 57: Before and After

Worksheets for teaching about adverbial clauses using before and after.


I brush my teeth before I go to school.


Section 58: Raising a Puppy

Worksheets for teaching about raising a puppy and 'have to.'


You have to feed your puppy.


Section 59: Helpful Insects

Worksheets for teaching about how insects can be beneficial.


For example, ladybugs eat garden pests.


Section 60: Food Chain

Worksheets for teaching about how animals are classified by what they eat.


Deer and rabbits are herbivores.



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If you are interested in these sections you may also be interested in:

 verbs, phonics, or ABCs.