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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 transform an everyday sight into a persuasive writing exercise by starting with the 'product' she knows best: her family!
Composition
Third Grade
This President's Day, meet four of our country's most important heroes with this Mount Rushmore writing activity.
Composition
Fourth Grade
Help you child learn the key pieces to a sentence, by creating sentence puzzles at home.
Building Sentences
Kindergarten
Creating a book is one thing, but creating a codex is a whole different ball game.
Composition
First Grade
Make a poster with your child about what she wants to be when she grows up, while helping her practice her writing, researching, and artistic skills.
Composition
Third Grade
Not every poem needs to be about leaves and love. If your fifth grader is more attached to his phone or computer, introduce him to the apostrophe poem.
Composition
Fifth Grade
Turn a real-life hero into a folklore hero. Your child can write a tall tale that makes a Davy Crockett or John Henry out of someone he personally knows.
Composition
Third Grade
Are you looking for a new way to help your fourth grader celebrate New Year's Day? Try this Flash Back Book!
Composition
Fourth Grade
Want to build your child's literary repertoire with tools like foreshadowing and description? Try a spooky Halloween story!
Composition
Fourth Grade
Here's how teens can produce an audio guide of an exhibit, field trip, or ballgame, confess their thoughts in an audio diary or record a letter to a friend.
Creative Writing
High School
Knowing how to use quotation marks to write character dialog is an important skill for developing writers. Here's a fun way to get your child writing speech.
Grammar
Fourth Grade
Make an 'I'm NOT Bored' book filled with your child's favorite activities, to reference the next time she has the urge to declare, 'I'm bored.'
Handwriting
Second Grade
Want to do something a little different for Dad this year? Have your child design his very own Father's Day 'Greatest Hits CD' card.
Handwriting
Fourth Grade

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