Composition Activities

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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Making Dad a comic book is a great gift for Father's Day, and one that helps them work on fine motor skills, storytelling and handwriting.
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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.
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Get your reluctant teen excited about writing: by alternating "found" phrases from a favorite book with his own writing, he'll create a unique, profound poem.
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Your fifth grade aspiring poet will be delighted to learn how to write limericks, funny poems that correspond to a simple rhyming structure.
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Make a Santa-shaped "wish card" holder for your child...and sneak in some solid practice in reading and writing, too!
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This family yearbook makes a great keepsake that memorializes your year together. Make a family yearbook with your kid to celebrate the passing of a great year.
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Make a photo essay! This fun middle school photography activity makes creative writing come to life by turning words into pictures.
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Combine rhymes, riddles and poetry with a terse verse! What do you call floral electricity? Flower Power!
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Here's a fun writing activity that will turn a Saturday trip to the local zoo into an all-out creativity bonanza.
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This hands-on activity gets first grade kids brainstorming about what needs change in the world, and how they can help.
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In the spirit of Seuss and all things creative and silly, celebrate reading and all that it has to offer with this fun and interactive story box.
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Help your second grader grasp her understanding of tall tales and practice writing with this activity by writing her own about your family!
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What happens after the prince and the princess get married? This writing activity allows your child to answer that question for herself.
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Here's how to interview, write about, and present a grandparent narrative that will rock Grandpa's socks off!
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Salute your "#1 Dad" with this creative pop-up card!
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Help build vocabulary and foster your kid's creative side by having her write a poem all about dinosaurs!
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Help your child compose an alphabet poem about the season, and have her practice letters while awakening her creative writing skills, too!
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To help your child turn a critical eye to his own school performance, and motivate him to take responsibility, make a progress portfolio!
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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!
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Need help teaching your child to sequence and organize information? Creating this graphic organizer will help your child see what happened before and after.

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