Fish around our free, printable abbreviation worksheets for a good haul of short forms that help keep things short and sweet! "To abbreviate" means "to represent a word or phrase by using a shortened form". The advantage of abbreviations is that they help us squeeze a long word into just a letter or two and save stacks of time. An ode to shortened forms, our abbreviation worksheets pdf help kids abbreviate without hindrance with the help of exercises like abbreviating days of the week, writing short forms for streets, and rewriting using abbreviations.
These worksheets are ideal for students in grade 2 through grade 4.
This writing short forms of days of the week worksheet, where the keen-to-shorten young students in 2nd grade and 3rd grade read the days' names and write their abbreviations, delivers enough winning charm to carry the budding scholars away.
Bulk up your stock of abbreviations and master these quick, easy and convenient ways of indicating things, by cutting the given abbreviations of months and gluing them beside the correct months in our abbreviation worksheets for grade 2 and grade 3.
Be thankful to the abbreviations MA and PA! Had it not been for them, children would've had to power through 4 syllables to say Massachusetts and Pennsylvania. Expand the given state abbreviations and complete the crossword puzzle for more.
Watch abbreviations swirl and swell in this common abbreviation worksheet pdf for grade 4! Identify which option is the correct short form of the highlighted word and learn how to abbreviate the words "street", "avenue", "boulevard", and more.
In part A of this abbreviation activity, 4th grade children write the short form of each word or phrase. In part B, they rewrite three sentences by abbreviating words. Try your hands at abbreviating units of measurements, titles, and more!
Gain the upper hand over your peers while using a dictionary! Hold on to the frequently used dictionary abbreviations, packed into this worksheet. For example, if you see adj. against the word happy, it means the word “happy” is an adjective.