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Composition worksheets are a great resource for young writers! Our free printable composition worksheets help children write inventive and varied stories. When children write creatively, not only do they create a great keepsake for parents and friends, but they also reinforce spelling, grammar, and vocabulary lessons from 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. Print these composition worksheets today, and read your child's new story at bedtime tomorrow!

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Whether it's about the best summer memory or looking toward future plans, this set of pages spices up writing practice perfectly to avoid the "summer slide" or to brighten up the school year. Summer reflection can come at any time of the year!
Composition
Summer
Practice paraphrasing, or putting another person's writing in your own words, with these cool paraphrasing worksheets. Kids read and paraphrase fun passages on science, history and more.
Composition
Middle School
Let your creative juices flow in this crazy writing prompt worksheet!
Composition
Second Grade
Find out more about the role of rhythm in poetry with this worksheet that uses 'Casey at the Bat' for practice.
Composition
Third Grade
There's life on Mars! It's the Molten Martian! This curious character can be a springboard to a story by your 4th grader. Let him take off into his imagination.
Composition
Fourth Grade
It's a bird, it's a plane, it's a ... flying baby? Your imaginative young writer can come up with a story for this unlikely superhero.
Composition
Fourth Grade
In this spooky-slash-silly writing prompt, kids can write about what kind of music, if any, might repel a zombie.
Composition
Third Grade
Past, present and future tense is an important part of sports writing. For kids practicing their essay writing skills this worksheet will be a ball!
Composition
Fourth Grade
Learn the difference between fact and fiction by concocting a story in a favorite fiction style: science fiction!
Composition
Second Grade
Practice composition skills and help the reporter get his review of Delicious Treats bakery together sentence by sentence sequencing his points into order.
Composition
Fourth Grade
Learn more about to topic sentence and the important job it has to do in this worksheet.
Composition
Third Grade
Learn how to write dialogue with this writing activity that, in the long run, will help you better understand literature.
Composition
Fourth Grade
Is your child 'stuck' without a good story starter? Behold the Awful Epoxy, a sticky super villain.
Composition
Fourth Grade
Got a case of writer's block? One great way to get started is to draw a picture!
Composition
Second Grade
When a blank page doesn't quite cut it, here are two blank notes pages that lend a little structure to your thoughts.
Composition
Third Grade

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