More Copywork from Five Little Peppers

Click to enlarge, set paper orientation to landscape, margins to .5, and print.copywork five little peppers 6


There’s room at the bottom to sketch a little illustration if your child wants to.  I copied it directly from the book, but you might explain to your child that when Five Little Peppers was published, capitalization rules were a little less standardized, and today we would capitalize Grandma here, since it’s used as a name.

copywork five little peppers 7

copywork five little peppers 8

Previous pages of copywork for this book are here.


More copywork pages:

From Five Little Peppers and How They Grew:

Here– along with some tips and hints on how to do copywork in general, especially with beginners.

also here,

and here.

Selections from Aesop’s:



When you live somewhere with standardized testing required, and you want to work on specific grammar or punctuation issues, but you don’t want to sacrifice Miss Mason’s approach entirely… try this approach.

Ideas for assigning copywork with older children.

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