A fun Mother’s Day acrostic poems for students!
3rd Grade CCSS: Writing
For third graders, this Common Core area helps students gain mastery of writing skills by working collaboratively and producing written texts, understanding syntax and vocabulary, and organizing their ideas. Among the complete standards for this grade, third graders will be asked to: write opinion pieces, explanatory texts, narratives, use linking words, be able to write conclusions, properly use illustrations to enhance a text, use dialogue, and descriptions of emotions and thoughts to develop understanding of characters, use appropriate technology to publish writing, understand writing for specific audiences, go through the process of writing, editing and revision for their written work.
Here’s a great prompt for writing acrostic poetry.
Practice describing Autumn with your five senses by using this fun classroom activity! Describe what you see, smell, hear, taste, and feel!
See what your students come up with when you hand out this worksheet and have them write an acrostic poem about Christmas.
Bring some fun into the classroom with this Acrostic Poem activity for the Fourth of July!
How do you name a pet or describe a good book at the library? In this activity, students introduce different topics based on prompts.
Students, especially beginning writers, sometimes have trouble getting started. This activity helps them learn how to introduce topics.
This activity helps students learn how to clearly introduce a topic in a story they are telling. In this activity, students will write the setting of the story.
Students practice their creativity with this fun acrostic poem using the word “SPRING”.
T is for thankful. H is for helping. Print out this free worksheet for your students! Have them write their own acrostic poem using the word THANKS.
This acrostic poem worksheet will introduce your youngster to poetry!
This fun activity helps your elementary school aged students practice their writing skills by creating an acrostic poem about Autumn!
Students will further develop their creative writing skills with this Autumn writing prompt activity. This is a great worksheet to keep your students’ creativity flowing!
Welcome your students back to the classroom with a creative, educational acrostic poem activity.
“Classroom Reporter: Interview with a Classmate” is the perfect way to introduce students to their classmates and learn more about one another.
Use this Acrostic Poem worksheet to keep your students engaged and learning in the classroom for Father’s Day.
Your students will have fun writing about their father in this “He’s the Best” writing activity.
Teach your students about freedom in America with this fun Fourth of July Writing Prompt printable worksheet.
This worksheet features the Japanese poetry style haiku.
Help your students develop their writing skills with our festive GHOST acrostic poem!