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Writing Printables for Ages 11-13

Writing Printables for Ages 11-13

 
Rank the books your kids read and keep score of which is the best they have read so far.
Jumpstart your child’s creative writing with this story starter inspired by the graphic novel "Sisters" by Raina Telgemeier.
Use this fun snowflake printable as a tool to inspire your children to write about the books they read.
Ask your child to describe the books he or she read in 2015.
Your child needs dice and some imagination for this fun fill-in-the-blank Christmas reading and writing printable.
Looking for a cool project of a cold day? Ask your children to seek and find in this winter-themed word search.
Test your child's Halloween vocabulary with this fun crossword puzzle.
Grab some dice and have your child roll her way to a spooky story.
Download this basic template for your child to use for a Grandparents Day letter.
Help your child write a heartfelt thank-you note to a teacher at the end of the semester or school year.
Limericks are 5-line poems with a specific rhyme pattern. Use this printable to teach kids to create their own.
Your independent reader can bring the magic of Ancient Egypt to life with these fun activities.
Develop your child’s writing and vocabulary skills with these splendiferous activities inspired by “A Snicker of Magic” by Natalie Llyod.
Ask your reader to write what he or she thinks a book will be about before reading it.

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