Traditions are an important part of a family’s culture. They signify what they think, how they behave or do something, and they are passed down from generation to generation. Does your learner know all about their family traditions? Use this worksheet to
Help young writers get their personal narratives in top form with this editing checklist! Students will make sure that their narratives have correct ending punctuation and capitalization with this handy worksheet.
Engage your students in argumentative writing by having them share an opinion on a topic that may elicit diverse feelings—pet snakes! Students will use this writing prompt to practice writing an argumentative paragraph using supporting evidence.
One of the best ways to prepare for writing is by examining another author’s work. In this activity, students look closely at a nonfiction text and answer questions about what they find in preparation for writing their own.
First graders are tasked with improving their written vocabularies, writing more detailed sentences, and crafting short narratives. Our first grade writing worksheets encourage your child to build upon her literacy foundation with writing prompts, sentence completion practice, story maps, and more. Once they've grasped the concept of how to build a sentence, dive into our writing sentences worksheets.