Writing Activities

These writing activities can help your child with her writing skills. Some of these writing activities are designed for kids as young as preschool, while other activities are ideal for fifth graders. For preschoolers, there are activites like alphabet tiles and lace the abc's. For kids a little bit older, printable writing games include concepts such as prefixes, suffixes, and grammar. For the even older kids, there are writing activities that focus on creative writing and journaling. All of the games and activities have a fun twist, which helps make learning to write enjoyable!

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Your child can count down the days until Christmas while giving Santa's beard a trim. This adorable project bolsters counting and number recognition skills.
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Ombre art is all the rage. Help your young artist learn all about tints and shades while creating a piece of art to celebrate Valentine's Day.
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Help your fourth or fifth grader design and write her own innovative greeting card by formulating a poem in the shape of her favorite object of choice.
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Help your child practice his writing skills, while ensuring he'll get some mail to call his own, by making Family Mailboxes, a fun arts and crafts project.
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Practicing letters and words by writing them out is all well and good, but spelling out your practice words with old puzzle pieces is a lot more fun!
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Labor Day is the perfect time to celebrate our postal workers. Have your kid write a thank you note to your local post office to show his appreciation.
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This pair of ice skates won't get you very far on ice, but they'll still dazzle during the coldest season of the year.
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When it comes to snack time, you can't have much more fun than a treat in a yummy edible bowl. Check out our quick and easy cookie cup recipe.
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This fun and easy project is the perfect way to help your first grader remember who's who, practice her handwriting, and help decorate for Thanksgiving.
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Make candy hearts this Valentine's Day. This heart-y project helps your little one practice handwriting skills and encourages creativity.
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Nothing is more wonderfully rich than a chocolate truffle. Help your child make a batch shaped like eggs to share with family and friends this Easter.
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The alphabet is a big learning milestone for most kids. Help your child learn alphabetical order by making a food list in this fun Thanksgiving activity.
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Help your fourth grader make a homemade recipe book that's eye-catching, simple to construct and perfect for holding all of her favorite recipes!
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St. Patrick's Day may be all about the 'luck" of the Irish, but this project encourages your child to share her personal experience with luck.
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Craft your own Mardi Gras wreath to celebrate the holiday and help your kid build her fine motor skills while you're at it!
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Your fourth grader will get his mind working with this simple "Chanukah" anagram game. He will hone her language and spelling skills with this one!
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These Thanksgiving place cards are a fun turkey-twist on traditional place markers. Make a set of these Thanksgiving place cards with your child this November.
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Your child will boost her fine motor skills as she makes unique cards to give away to family and friends
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Invite your first grader to create this "layers of love" keepsake for that special someone! It holds a sweet, personal message for the recipient.
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People have identification cards, why not pets? Make an ID card for your family pet, a fun activity that also gives your child some writing practice.

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