Here is a free printable worksheet to help students learn to write a strong conclusion. This worksheet contains a checklist to help students know they have all the correct components to write a strong conclusion. From restatement of thesis to supporting facts, this worksheet has it all.
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!
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.
The topic sentence in a paragraph states the main idea of the paragraph. While it is
usually at the beginning of the paragraph, it also can be in the middle or end of it. Students underline the topic sentence in each activity.
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.
This worksheet includes a list of informational topics. Students write a paragraph on each topic and underline their topic sentence.
This activity includes a list of opinion topics. Students write a paragraph on each topic and underline their topic sentence.
Students read the topic sentences provided and write what they think the topic is for each.
Treasure Island is one of the most famous books ever written. On this worksheet, we have included a passage about a strange meeting. Print out the worksheet and have your students read the passage and complete the questions. Free and printable, it is a great tool for your classroom.
A conclusion is a short series of statements that leave the reader with a basic summary of a paper. With this free worksheet, students will read an article and write their own conclusion. A printable worksheet is a grerat tool for budding writers!
Students will read a short article on The Tower of London and write their own conclusion in this worksheet.
Conclusions are an important part of writing. It is a short summary of the writing, meant to leave the reader with the basic information in the piece
In this activity, students write a sentence for each of the topic sentences provided.
Students write about their ideas about saving water or electricity. A great activity for elementary school grades.