Write On! 12 Summer Worksheets

Don't let your 1st grader's writing skills get rusty over summer break. Instead, hone grammar, punctuation and spelling skills with these practice worksheets.

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Writing Sentences: Summer

What do you love to wear during the summer? Answer this question and more about summer by filling in the blanks to complete the sentences.
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Summer Writing For Kids

Summer writing can start with drawing something fun, or thinking about their favorite parts of warm days. This worksheet is a fun quick-start for ideas.
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Punctuation Marks

Can your first grader read Susie's letter from summer camp, and then add in the correct punctuation marks?
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Let's Get Writing: The Beach

Give your child practice with his writing skills with this printable worksheet that asks your child to describe what he likes to do at the beach.
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Consonant Clusters

What kinds of animals can you find at the beach? Help your child learn phonics with this colorful consonant clusters worksheet!
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Beach Story Starter

A polar bear on a beach? Give your silly storyteller a fun way to practice her writing skills with this picture-perfect story starter.
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Rhyming at the Beach

Comb the beach with your first grader for hints to help him think of words that rhyme.
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What Lives in the Sea

Your student will research and identify the animal and plant life that live near the sea, using both her own knowledge and the help of the Internet.
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Acrostic Summer Poem

Try your hand at an acrostic summer poem, a popular writing activity for kids.
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Practice Handwriting: Summer

Keep those 1st grade handwriting skills building! Your young storyteller will write a story (make-believe or real-life) about the summer.
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Summer To Do List

Tackle your summer schedule with a colorful, ready-to-print to do list! Your child can practice his organization skills to prepare for back to school.
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Use of Punctuation Marks

Can your first grader read Joey's passage about summer camp, and then add in the appropriate punctuation marks?
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