Composition Worksheets

When children write creatively, not only do they create great keepsakes for parents, but they also reinforce important skills they learn in school. These composition worksheets offer a large selection of activities for blossoming writers, including make-your-own comic strips, reading reflections, interactive diagrams, and more.
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Words That are Nouns and Verbs Words That are Nouns and Verbs Learn about homographs, or words that have multiple meanings.
Words With Double Meanings Words With Double Meanings Expand your child's vocabulary with this creative exercise.
Main Idea and Details: Summer Vacation Main Idea and Details: Summer Vacation Write about the main idea and supporting details in this worksheet.
Camping Trip Plan: Writing Details Camping Trip Plan: Writing Details What kind of camping trip plan would your child make?
Same Word, Two Meanings Same Word, Two Meanings Expand your child's vocabulary with this creative exercise using the same word, two meanings.
Supporting Details: Who is Your Best Friend? Supporting Details: Who is Your Best Friend? In writing, supporting the main idea with details is a skill your child should learn early on.
Describe Your Home Describe Your Home Supporting details make a main idea stronger, and add color and interest to any story.
Christmas Spiders Christmas Spiders Would you decorate your Christmas tree with spider webs?
Halloween Story Halloween Story You've never heard a ghost story like The Phantom Knight of Vandal Camp!
Creating Character Stats: Supporting Details Creating Character Stats: Supporting Details If your child has ever fantasized about being a pro athlete, he'll enjoy this writing assignment!
Vampire Character Writing: Supporting Details Vampire Character Writing: Supporting Details Here's great exercise for writers of any age - building a character with supporting details!
Adjective Fill in the Blank Adjective Fill in the Blank Young writers get a chance to practice finding just the right adjective to place in each sentence.
What's the Painting? What's the Painting? You decide what's happening on the page by drawing and writing it in!
Barber Shop Comic Strip Barber Shop Comic Strip What's going on here? What are these two saying?
Writing Book Reviews Writing Book Reviews This worksheet will help your child organize the details needed to write about a book he's read!
Write About Your Pet Write About Your Pet Learning to add details is an important skill for early writers.
When children write creatively, not only do they create great keepsakes for parents, but they also reinforce important skills they learn in school. These composition worksheets offer a large selection of activities for blossoming writers, including make-your-own comic strips, reading reflections, interactive diagrams, and more.