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ideas for a writers journal to improve writing and prompt skills
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Opening Sentences Writing Practice

Offering three strategies on how to write a good first sentence, this worksheet helps kids become stronger writers.

Organization in Writing

This worksheet will improve your child's organization in writing by having him to use a flow chart to get in the habit of outlining his ideas.

Adding Adjectives

Time to saddle up some adjectives! Descriptive language adds interest to writing. Your little cowpoke can practice adding adjectives to a paragraph.

Adding Adjectives: Spooky Sentences

This ghostly worksheet will help your young writer learn to use adjectives to help tell a colorful story! She'll fill in the blanks to set the mood.

How to Outline an Essay

If your little writer needs help organizing to write that big essay assignment, give her a helpful cheat-sheet full of tips on making an outline.

Writing Metaphors

Make writing magical with metaphors! Beginning writers can practice creating their own metaphors with this sheet as a guide.

Brainstorming Techniques

Organizing your thoughts is an essential part of the writing process. It's easy--and fun--with this brainstorming worksheet.

Rhyme Schemes

Your young writer can learn about poetry analysis with this worksheet on rhyme schemes, complete with excerpts by Robert Louis Stevenson.

All About Metaphors

This worksheet is a slam dunk for metaphors! Your young writer will learn what makes up a metaphor, and then practice making a few of her own.

Introduction to Research: Your Clothes!

Hey where did you get those rad kicks? Get your stylish sleuths ready to investigate and research with this fun worksheet and activity!

Descriptive Adjectives: Fantastic!

The sentences on this third grade writing worksheet are pretty boring. Kids liven up the sentences by adding descriptive adjectives to the fairy tale nouns.

Practice Paint Sample Storytelling

In this cooler-than-average writing activity, your child uses paint chips and words to write a story!

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