Winter Attack

Your student can practice narrative point of view in this worksheet.

Word Pairs: Choose the Correct Word

The vocabulary is more advanced in this confusing word pairs worksheet. Students will practice with word pairs like elicit/illicit, discreet/discrete and more.

Write a Conclusion: Voting

A strongly written conclusion can sway a reader one way or another. When writing persuasive articles it is important that you restate your thesis and give strong supporting ideas. The conclusion is the last chance you will have to sway your readers. This free printable worksheet is perfect for students to practice writing conclusions.

Writing Practice: Quotation Marks

This writing practice asks your student to create sentences using quotation marks.

Writing with Commonly Confused Words

Now your student gets a chance to write with some easily confused words! Students practice with words like conscious, conscientious, antidote, and anecdote.

Writing With Hyperboles

This worksheet on writing hyperboles will knock your socks off!