Fill in the Blank formats are used for a variety of educational activities, from tests and quizzes to worksheets and mad libs. They can serve as excellent practice for students learning to read and write for the first time, but they can also be used for listening activities. And for teachers, fill in the blank activities are fairly easy to create and grade because questions can only have one answer in most cases.
We've looked high and low for the best fill in the blank worksheets, and this roundup of activities covers subjects across the board, from prepositions to synonyms to action verbs. Take a look at our list and feel free to download as many as you'd like!
Fill in the Blank Worksheets
For more ESL activities, check out this roundup of short/long vowel worksheets!
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