Vocabulary Worksheets

How to Improve Your Use of Vocabulary Words

The best way to improve your vocabulary is by reading. When you read a new page every day, it introduces you to different words. Keep track of those words. You may either make a dictionary of the new words that you learn and carry it with you. Pay frequent visits to those pages so that you do not end up forgetting the words. Furthermore, when you learn a new word, make sure you bring it into practice. Make sentences that would include that word for a few days until you have complete command over it. Do not hesitate to use new words in public; the only way you can get better at anything is by fighting all your fears and working on it! One cool and effective way to improve your vocabulary is by placing sticky notes all over your desk, walls, the closest, or behind the door. A daily glimpse of those words will never let you forget and increase your vocabulary.

Kindergarten

Match each word to the picture it describes.


First Grade

Match each word to its definition.


2nd Grade

Match each word to its definition.


3rd Grade

Use each word in a sentence.


4th Grade

Use each word in a sentence.


5th Grade

Write a synonym for each word. If you need to, use a thesaurus to help you.


6th Grade

Write a synonym for each word on the line.


7th Grade

Match the definition to the correct word.


8th Grade

Write a synonym for each word. Then use each word in a sentence.


9th Grade

Write a synonym for each word. Then use each word in a sentence.


10th Grade

Write a synonym and an antonym for each word. Use a thesaurus if you need to. Then use each word in a sentence.


11th Grade

Write a brief paragraph that uses all four words.


12th Grade

Write a brief paragraph that uses all four words.


Middle School Vocabulary

Match the word to its definition.