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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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Practice rhythm and rhyme with these step-by-step instructions for a pantoum poem!
Creative Writing
Fourth Grade
Challenge your first or second grade reader to make 100 words in this reading and spelling activity for the 100th Day of School.
Spelling
First Grade
There's only one word that rhymes with orange. This is bad news for poets who want to write about oranges. But what if they use word play instead?
Creative Writing
Fourth Grade
From flower-filled fun to earth-conscious art, these springtime activities are a great way to celebrate the season. Enjoy the warmer weather, and get crafting with these simple DIYs.
Composition
Third Grade
Give your emerging writer a better feel for terminal punctuation with this activity that will have her mix up punctuation marks in a favorite childhood book.
Punctuation
Fourth Grade
This fun game helps to strengthen your kindergartener's speaking skills, by teaching him to answer questions with complete sentences.
Building Sentences
Kindergarten
Help a child learn to read. By making her own book, your kindergartener can get creative, and practice ten key sight words at the same time.
Building Sentences
Kindergarten
Try your hand at writing jump rope rhymes by organizing your ideas first, then composing your creation like a poem.
Creative Writing
Second Grade
Put the play in the wordplay with these puzzles and fun crafts to exercise your kindergartener's alphabet skills.
Letters
Kindergarten
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.
Fine Motor Skills
Preschool
Here comes the sun! Bask in this array of sunny activities that will keep little hands and minds occupied during even the longest of summer days. From creating your own stained glass design to planting a vegetable garden that will flourish with a little water and a lot of solar power, these ideas for sun-filled fun will fire up your kid's desire to learn more about the fascinating center of our solar system.
Fine Motor Skills
Kindergarten
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.
Writing Stories
Composition
Reading is a great way for your child to learn how other people express their thoughts. Writing is a useful way to practice self-expression. Practice both reading and writing with these activities that are perfect for boosting your little learner's language arts skills.
Letters
Kindergarten

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Make puzzles and printables that are educational, personal, and fun!
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Quickly create fun match-up worksheets using your own words.
Word Searches
Use your own word lists to create and print custom word searches.
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Make custom crossword puzzles using your own words and clues.