Your students will write a bio poem about Abraham Lincoln.
7th Grade Writing
For seventh 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, seventh graders will be asked to: use precise language for written work, including formal style, use appropriate technology to publish writing and to collaborate on written projects, demonstrate keyboarding skill, go through the process of writing, editing and revision for their written work, conduct short research projects to answer a question, quote or paraphrase the data and conclusions of supporting texts while avoiding plagiarism and using proper citation, use evidence from literary or informational texts to support analysis, reflection, and research.
Teach your students a fun way to write diamante poems using our new back to school worksheet.
Create a bio poem about your own personal ghost with our fun Halloween printable activity!
A fun Mother’s Day bio poem activity for your students!
A biography poem, also called a bio poem, is a short poem which describes a person or thing. This printable Thanksgiving Activity guides students through creating a bio poem about Pilgrims.
Students will write a bio poem about someone they know using the format set in this worksheet.
A biography poem, also called a bio poem, is a short poem which describes a person or thing. Sometimes writing a bio pem can be tricky! This printable Christmas Activity guides students through creating a bio poem about a Christmas tree.
Have your students revise sentences and correct transition word mistakes with this educational writing activity.
Students write an antonym diamante poem in the space provided.
A diamante poem takes its name from the shape it makes: a diamond. Diamante poems were introduced in 1969 by Iris Tiedt. Students write a synonym diamante poem in the space provided.
Students read about one of Edgar Allan Poe’s hoaxes when he was a journalist. Each student then write’s their own hoax!
Students read from Edgar Allan Poe’s “An Enigma” and decipher the name of the woman’s whose name is hidden within the text.
Enhance your students’ writing skills with this fun Father’s Day Biography Poem activity.
Encourage your students to learn about America with this Fourth of July Biography Poem activity.
Your students will write a bio poem about George Washington.
When George Washington was a young boy, he made a list of rules for himself. Students choose one of the rules and write what it means.
Teach your students how to organize their writing with this helpful Main Idea Organizer. Students will be asked to complete the worksheet by writing their own main idea, three details, and a summary. This will help your students better understand how to organize their ideas for writing in the future, especially when writing an essay!
Your student is now an official reporter and their task is to interview President Abraham Lincoln! Students write three questions they would ask him and what his replies would be.
Enhance your students’ writing skills with this “Complete the Sentence” transition words activity.
In this worksheet, your students will learn how to properly use transition words in a sentence.