What are some ways to be helpful? Why should we be helpful? A free worksheet to print out so your students can write about how they are helpful and who they help! A great activity anytime!
Kindergarten CCSS: Writing
For Kindergarteners, 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. Those goals can be met with support and prompting. Among the complete standards for this grade, kindergarteners will be asked to: use a combination of drawing, dictating, and writing to write opinion pieces, respond to questions and suggestions from peers and add details to strengthen writing as needed, explore digital tools to publish their writing, work on a shared writing project, and recall information from experiences or gather information from provided sources to answer a question.
Cars! Cars! Cars! What kind of car do you like? Would it be blue or red? Or maybe polka dots! Print out this free worksheet today and your students will describe their favorite kind of car and share with the class!
Have you ever wondered how your kindergartener would describe a spider? Do you think it would be scary or silly? Find out when you print this free worksheet for your student. With a whimsical picture to color and space for them to describe a spider, you will be amazed when you see their idea of a spider!
Here’s a writing prompt for your student to explain rain. This fun practice activity is ideal for Kindergarten but other students will enjoy it as well.
A Christmas worksheet for students to write about their own Christmas trees! Fun for all students and a great creative activity!
Encourage your students in their writing skills with this Christmas wish writing activity.
Who loves snacks? Most kindergarteners do and here is your chance to find out what their favorite snacks are! A colorful writing prompt for students to answer questions about some of their favorite foods, this is a free worksheet to print out and share!
In this fun activity, students read about what amemorial is, and then design their own Abraham Lincoln memorial!
Everyone thinks school is fun for different reasons. Accomplish two things when you preint out this free sheet for your students! Not only will they be practicing their writing skills, but you will find out what their favorite part of school is!
What would you wish for if you had three wishes? When you print out this free worksheet, your students can jump into a land where a magic genie grants them three wishes! What do they wish for? Have them complete the questions and share with each other!
Most people dream of finding a hidden treasure chest! When you print out this free worksheet for your students, you can see what they would do with the treasure if they found it! Imaginations can run wild when they write about the adventures of a treasure chest of gold!
A creative kindergarten or 1st grade activity where students draw a picture about Valentine’s Day.
A colorful writing sheet to help students develop good writing skills. What makes you laugh? Why does it make you laugh? Print out this free worksheet for your class today and listen for the giggles to begin!
A fun worksheet to get the imagination going! Have your kindergarten students tell you if they would rather be a bird or a fish and why! After they finish, have them share with each other and see how many fish and how many birds you have in your class!
This writing prompt is all about a best friend. Ideal for a fun kindergarten writing activity, but can be used for other grades as appropriate.
In this worksheet your student will draw and write about something with stripes. This fun writing prompt encourages your student’s creativity while they practice learning to communicate through writing and drawing.
There are great memories ahead in this kindergarten writing prompt! Students write about their best day on this colorful activity page. Designed for kindergarten age ranges but can be used as appropriate.