What are some resources that offer free vocabulary worksheets?


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JumpStart.com and BusyTeacher.org are good sources of free, printable vocabulary worksheets for school teachers and parents of homeschoolers. JumpStart.com features coloring, reading, preschool and English worksheets under the Parents tab, while BusyTeacher.org offers thousands of worksheets covering a variety of topics, including abbreviations, advertising, alphabet, animals and brainteasers.

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Download worksheets on JumpStart.com by choosing the desired worksheet titles, clicking Get It Now, and selecting Download PDF or Print. Sample worksheets on the website include "Story of Little Linda," "My First Publication," "Friendship Words" and "Spell Me Not." JumpStart.com also provides resources such as grade-based activities, games, lesson plans and holiday activities.

As of 2015, BusyTeacher.org features over 13,000 worksheets in various categories, including business vocabulary, countries, crosswords, fashion, idioms and modern technology. The site also allows users to sort worksheets based on upload date, rating, views or comments. Some worksheets have cartoon characters for identifying colors, while others let students fill in the blanks. Other types of worksheets include list forms, quizzes and songs.

Download worksheets on BusyTeacher.org by selecting a category, choosing a title and clicking Request the Worksheet, which triggers a prompt to open or save the file. Downloading worksheets on JumpStart.com and BusyTeacher.org does not require registering for an account, though registration to JumpStart.com does unlock access other features.

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