ESL Worksheets and Lesson Plans from Scholastic Teachables

Scholastic Teachables (formerly Scholastic Printables) has hundreds of ESL worksheets, printables, and lesson plans for grades Pre-K–8 that span more than 20 different skills! Sign up today and get instant online access to ESL worksheets, lesson plans, printables, and more to cover all grades and skills.

Scholastic's ESL Worksheets and Lesson Plans Cover:

  • Language Arts
  • Phonics
  • Vocabulary
  • Reading
  • Reading Comprehension
  • Writing
  • Math
  • Counting and Numbers
  • Number Sense
  • Early Learning
  • Following Directions
  • Social Skills
  • Social Studies
  • American History
  • Biology and Life Science
  • Communities and Ways of Life
  • Geography
  • Decision-Making Processes
  • Real-World Science
  • Safety
  • Seasons and Weather
  • Test Preparation
  • Understanding Self and Others
  • ESL and ELL
  • ESL Students
  • ESL Program

Sample ESL Worksheets and Lesson Plans

Hundreds of Scholastic ESL and ELL worksheets and lesson plans span more than 20 topics from Pre-K through grade 8. Sign up, and you'll also get access to Scholastic's more than 25,000 award-winning printables and leveled learning collections in reading and math to reach every learner.

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Tomorrow’s Goal – Long-o Sound

(ESL Worksheet)

Your students will enjoy these varied activities to practice the long-o sound spelling with the letters: o, o-e, oa, and ow.

Grade: 3-4
Topic: Reading, Language Arts, Writing, ESL and ELL

Pencil It In – Parts of a Sentence: Determining the Verb

(ESL Worksheet)

Engaging pencil graphics help explain that some verbs do not show action but still tell what is happening. Children complete sentences.

Grade: 1
Topic: Reading, Language Arts, Writing, ESL and ELL

Friends of Long Ago: Dinosaurs

(ESL Worksheet)

Using the letters in the word "paleontologist" and the list of dinosaurs provided, children write the names of dinosaurs below their meanings.

Grade: 2
Topic: Reading, Language Arts, Writing, ESL and ELL