Persuasive Writing Resources

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Thanksgiving Creative Writing Prompt
Thanksgiving Creative Writing Prompt
Worksheet
Thanksgiving Creative Writing Prompt
Young writers take on the perspective of a turkey in this creative writing exercise.
4th grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
You're on the Air! Write a Commercial
You're on the Air! Write a Commercial
Activity
You're on the Air! Write a Commercial
Here's a great activity that will bring out the performer in your child!
5th grade
Reading & Writing
Activity
Write an Art Project Proposal
Write an Art Project Proposal
Activity
Write an Art Project Proposal
Here's a great project to get your child on the right track towards writing well thought-out proposals.
5th grade
Reading & Writing
Activity
Make a Fun Brochure!
Make a Fun Brochure!
Activity
Make a Fun Brochure!
Here's a fun way for your child to exercise his writing chops...and prove a point! A great way to practice persuasive writing.
4th grade
Reading & Writing
Activity

Persuasive Writing Resources

These resources help upper elementary students master the power of persuasive writing. From effectively organizing a paragraph to completing persuasive writing props, these worksheets and activities will help students understand opinions and improve their writing skills. Lesson plans also help teach persuasive writing by encouraging students to express their opinions. To continue improving writing skills, try out our narrative writing resources.
The written word can change minds, but only if you teach your students the fundamentals of persuasive writing. Persuasive writing relies upon evidence to change actions and thoughts. These persuasive writing resources help develop the skills students need in order to learn how to write persuasively in upper-elementary classes. Worksheets help with persuasive writing by focusing on how to structure a persuasive paragraph and how to identify relevant evidence. Students can also learn skills associated with persuasive writing through fun activities, such as writing a script for a commercial or creating a pamphlet for a cause. You may be thinking the last thing you want to do is encourage your kids to argue, but help with persuasive writing will also develop students critical thinking skills. As with all writing, good grammar will help improve persuasive writing.