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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Primary Sources: Walt Disney Primary Sources: Walt Disney Reading primary sources doesn't have to be a bore -- let a celebrity help you!
Homophones Practice: Lessons with Leone Homophones Practice: Lessons with Leone Your child will have fun learning homophones with this
Write a Mother's Day Poem Write a Mother's Day Poem Get your kids thinking about what makes Mom special with a fill in the blank acrostic Mother's Day poem that's sure to bring tears to her eyes on her special day.
Plot Diagram Plot Diagram Is your student a budding fiction writer? Start her career off on the right foot with this plot diagram worksheet.
Photo Captions Photo Captions Follow Chuck on his vacation by looking at the pictures he took!
Summer Friends Summer Friends Keep a record of friends you meet over the summer with this impromptu address book to fill with fun facts about all the friends you make this summer.
My Personal Expressions: Write a Short Story My Personal Expressions: Write a Short Story Encourage your fifth grader to extend his verbal creativity into a creative writing activity by penning a short story incorporating a few of his trademark expressions.
Cat Comics: Ballgame Antics Cat Comics: Ballgame Antics This comic shows A.J. and C.K.
Fairy Tale Fun Fairy Tale Fun Color two favorite storybook characters in this fun scene.
Mixed Up Fairy Tales Mixed Up Fairy Tales What if Paul Bunyan with his great big axe, came across the beanstalk from "Jack and the Beanstalk"?
Introduction to Research: Grocery Store! Introduction to Research: Grocery Store! The grocery store is a plethora of delicious items...
Cat Comics: Gone Fishin'! Cat Comics: Gone Fishin'! In this comic strip adventure, A.J. and C.K.
Noun Review Noun Review Try this quick, colorful noun worksheet exercise to get your 1st or 2nd-grader up to speed in no time.
Comic Book Writing: Superhero Showdown Comic Book Writing: Superhero Showdown Uh-oh, Gazer Girl and Telescopic Terry are having a showdown!
Introduction to Research: Your Clothes! 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!
Fourth Grade Reading Practice: Complete the Mystery Fourth Grade Reading Practice: Complete the Mystery This practice worksheet is great to boost your fourth grader's vocabulary and spelling, and to get to write part of a story using logic and imagination!
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.