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Composition activities get your child to write better stories! These engaging composition activities include storytelling activities, adjective builders, poetry exercises, and group writing games. Each of these composition activities engages your child's imagination as he gets practice writing short stories, personal narratives, and even instruction manuals. These composition activities are great for aspiring writers, and they make great keepsakes for parents and children who will enjoy looking back at the written stories. Have fun with writing with these composition activities.

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Be careful what you wish for... Centered around The Monkey's Paw, by W.W. Jacobs, this writing activity encourages your child to consider consequences.
Composition
Fifth Grade
To help keep summer memories alive, have your fifth grader utilize his writing skills to create a summer book keepsake!
Composition
Fifth Grade
Encourage your child to explore her favorite fairy tale, and learn about characters, plot, setting and story sequence as she draws her own pictures.
Composition
Second Grade
What exactly went on in a typical dinosaur family? Travel back to the Mesozoic Era and bring out your kid's creative side with this sequencing activity.
Composition
Second Grade
Exercise your first grader's writing muscles! These activities put a fun spin on writing and grammar practice.
Composition
First Grade
Fight dragons, build castles, wave magic wands and head to far-off lands with this week's batch of fantastical ideas. Classic fables like The Frog Prince and Little Red Riding Hood (and everything in between!) set the stage for loads of foundational reading practice, and make room for kids to write their own adventures, too.
Composition
Comprehension
This holiday season, help your third grader celebrate gifts--so often both cost-free and priceless--that the family has shared this year.
Composition
Third Grade
This three-part debate book is designed to hold two conflicting points of view on an issue that concerns you, along with possible solutions.
Composition
Middle School
Help your child harness her feelings about a favorite city, by using her city knowledge to produce a poetic composition.
Composition
Middle School
Helping your child learn to read doesn't only have to mean using books from the library or from the store. You can make a book of your own - a nonsense book!
Composition
First Grade
Use Wallace Steven's '13 Ways of Looking at a Blackbird' to inspire your middle school teen to sketch and free-write a poem with shifting perspective.
Composition
Middle School
Foster your high schooler's passion for her favorite topic and bolster reading and writing skills by helping her create this self-published zine!
Composition
Middle School
Here's a fun way for your child to exercise his writing chops...and prove a point! A great way to practice persuasive writing.
Composition
Fourth Grade
There are hundreds of properties in rocks which you can describe, so get your geology goggles on and get ready to rock your child's science skills.
Composition
Fifth Grade

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