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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This activity will have your child learning about dependent and independent clauses, not to mention the punctuation that goes in the middle.
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Making personalized postcards out of meaningful photographs is a fun, rainy day project.
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No matter if it's election day, an important leader's birthday, or any U.S. holiday, this red, white, and blue craft is a great way to show your patriotism.
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Make this spring break a memorable one by creating a "growth" flower with your child, also great for your second grader's writing practice!
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Octopi aren't the most cute or cuddly creatures, but they deserve love too! Let your child share her love on the legs of a paper octopus.
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Invite your child to craft dream cloud magnets to display her hopes and visions for the future!
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This fun game helps to strengthen your kindergartener's speaking skills, by teaching him to answer questions with complete sentences.
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This Mother's Day, help your child practice math measurement skills with this "mom" recipe card.
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With this activity, your third grader will get experience with informational writing, and your Thanksgiving guests will leave with a keepsake to cherish!
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These Olympic-themed treats are so quick and easy that even little hands can be a big help!
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Play this homonym game with your child the next time you sit down with her to read a story and help her build some valuable reading skills.
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Here's a great homemade card idea that supports fine motor skills and creativity in addition to introducing your child to the art of quilling.
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Here is a fun holiday exercise to reinforce your grade-schooler's understanding of adjectives from adverbs while she's away on winter break!
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Is your kindergartener learning to write the alphabet correctly? In this "kinesthetic" activity, use movement and art to help your child with letter-writing.
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In this outdoor science activity you'll find tips on how to create a nature journal by choosing a native plant or animal and tracking that species.
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Make corn kernel necklaces this fall and help build your child's hand-eye coordination along with her fine motor skills.
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This fall, make a leaf crown that will encourage creative play and your child's interest in the natural world while you help her build fine motor skills.
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Spice up your first grader's spelling practice this President's Day by playing the Abraham Lincoln Penny Spelling game!
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Your child will enjoy feeling independent and creative as she develops her fine motor skills while making this necklace using just yarn and colored straws.
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This craft is an excellent way to learn about African-American history, and it also provides fine motor practice.

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