Students will have the opportunity to fine-tune their writing by adding, deleting, or reworking content in their informational essay drafts. They’ll use a checklist to guide this critical step in the writing process.
This handy checklist will be useful when editing all kinds of writing! Have your students use this helpful writing aid to make their writing even better as they check for correct capitalization, punctuation, neatness, and more.
Once students have completed a first draft of narrative writing, use this handy checklist to guide them through the peer review process. Students will look for clear sequencing, compelling details, complete sentences, and correct spelling and punctuation.
Help young readers think critically about the organization of a paragraph using this reading and writing activity. Students will read a paragraph about recycling and then choose the best sentences to add to the piece to make it even better!
Take mystery and suspenseful writing to the next level with this worksheet! Students can revise sentences and then use this exercise to make their own writing more evocative. Use this worksheet to practice adding vivid details to sentences.
Great writing is in the details! As students revise their narrative writing, encourage them to use more descriptive details. This worksheet helps students dig deeper and revise their writing to include more adjectives.
Use this template as a starting place for your students to hone their writing and editing skills. First, they'll have to convince someone to take a trip to a place of their choosing, then they'll edit their piece before rewriting.