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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Homophone Help Homophone Help Homophones are words that sound the same but look completely different.
Persuasive Writing Prompt Persuasive Writing Prompt This fun, fantastical writing prompt is a great way to practice persuasive writing, an important part of upper-elementary composition.
Fact & Opinion Worksheet Fact & Opinion Worksheet This fact and opinion worksheet guides your child to learning the difference between facts and opinions.
Cute Hedgehog Cute Hedgehog What would you get Hedgehog for his birthday?
Write a Limerick Write a Limerick If your child likes to rhyme, have him try this fun style by using the format of poet Edward Lear.
Holiday Story Cards: Story Items Holiday Story Cards: Story Items Bring a little winter cheer to your next storytelling session!
Cat Comics: The First Adventure Cat Comics: The First Adventure Got an aspiring comic book writer on your hands?
Write a Detective Comic! Write a Detective Comic! For little private eyes everywhere, here's a chance to play detective!
Holiday Story Cards: Settings Holiday Story Cards: Settings Get into the spirit of the holiday season with these winter story starter cards!
Personification Personification Learn all about the practice of personification in writing, then try it your hand at it by bringing life to some silly characters in this writing worksheet.
Cat Comics: Bookworm Cat Cat Comics: Bookworm Cat Let your fourth grader dive into this fill-in-the-blank comic adventure of A.J.
Summer Quotes Summer Quotes Collect your favorite summer quotes from friends and family in this Say What?
Monsters Around the World Monsters Around the World Meet some legendary monsters with this fun match up activity.
Write Your Own Comic! Write Your Own Comic! It's an alien invasion! How will the story end?
Make Nonsense Make Nonsense Let's make some nonsense! Using "Jabberwocky" by Lewis Carroll, a poem famous for its otherworldly wacky words, your child makes his own nonsense.
Primary Sources: Walt Disney Primary Sources: Walt Disney Reading primary sources doesn't have to be a bore!
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.