Fifth Grade Writing Worksheets and Printables

Writing fluency is a crucial skill for fifth graders to develop as they prepare for composing longer and more complex writing assignments in middle school. Help students build a rich vocabulary, explore introductory research, practice poetic writing and more with these fifth grade writing worksheets.
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Create Your Own Comic Create Your Own Comic Up, up and away! Your comic book enthusiast will have a BLAST with this super comic book writing project.
Grammar Review: Nouns Grammar Review: Nouns How well does your student know his parts of speech?
What Are Conjunctions? What Are Conjunctions? Learn and practice using your conjunctions by finishing the sentences.
How to Write Like C.S. Lewis How to Write Like C.S. Lewis Aspiring authors, get inspired by C.S. Lewis and the authors who inspired his fantastical stories!
Forever a Child Forever a Child To grow up or not to grow up? Let your child decide (just for fun of course) and list the pros and cons after he reads this passage from Peter Pan.
Hyperbole for Kids Hyperbole for Kids This worksheet will blow your mind! Learn about the power of exaggeration with this figurative language worksheet.
Metaphor Game Metaphor Game This printable game is a walk in the park! Get fired up for figurative language with this fun and creative metaphor game.
Alliteration for Kids Alliteration for Kids Alliterations are awesome! Teach your young writer about this poetic device with this printable breakdown of alliteration.
Sentence Editing Sentence Editing This fun and spooky worksheet focuses on sentence editing.
Zombie News Story Zombie News Story Imagine you are a reporter in the midst of a zombie outbreak!
What is Personification? What is Personification? Help your writing sing with personification!
Similes for Kids Similes for Kids This worksheet will make you as sharp as a tack!
You Tell the Story You Tell the Story Peter Pan says what? Your child adds to the famous story with his imagination in this fun writing exercise.
Would You Mind? Would You Mind? The Peter Pan story says that mothers tidy their children's minds at night!
How to Write Like Jack London How to Write Like Jack London Beginning writers can get inspired with a fun "collage" activity, based on passages by Jack London and other authors who influenced him.
Ninjas vs Zombies Ninjas vs Zombies It's ninjas vs zombies! Who will win?
Writing fluency is a crucial skill for fifth graders to develop as they prepare for composing longer and more complex writing assignments in middle school. Help students build a rich vocabulary, explore introductory research, practice poetic writing and more with these fifth grade writing worksheets.