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Writing Printables for Ages 8-10

Writing Printables for Ages 8-10

 
Prompt your young writer to create a poem about herself using this printable worksheet.
Your kids can get to know their grandparents (and practice important writing skills) by conducting an interview with Grandma or Grandpa!
Ask kids to fill in the blanks to create their own version of the poem "Roses Are Read."
If your kids loved reading about the silly adventures of Captain Underpants, they'll have a blast getting their reading superpowers with this fun puzzle.
Whether your child wants to write daddy something heartfelt or silly, a note is the perfect gift for Father's Day! Show your child how to write one here.
This Mother's Day, your child can write about making the tastiest breakfast-in-bed meal for mom -- and then surprise her with the real thing!
Your child can show grandma just how special she is with this fill-in writing activity perfect for Mother's Day!
Inspire your little poet's imagination with this rainbow-themed writing worksheet.
Limericks are 5-line poems with a specific rhyme pattern. Use this printable to teach your kids to create their own.
Help your child write a biography on a real life super woman in his or her life, perfect for Women's History Month — or anytime of year!
Your child will fall in love with parts of speech while filling in this Valentine’s Day mad libs printable.
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.

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