Writing Conclusions Worksheets

Almost all writing is divided into three sections: introduction, body, and conclusion. Students rarely have trouble writing the body of a piece. It is the heart of the composition and includes the major points. Introductions and conclusions are more challenging. The conclusion, for example, is usually a brief summation of the piece, with any final call to action or closing thoughts. Practicing conclusion writing helps students with this important composition skill. One important part of writing is to understand how to transition into conclusions. Be sure to check out our transition words section!

Important Writing Parts: Introduction, Body and Conclusion

This is a great exercise for students to learn about the different writing parts. Areas for an introduction, conclusion, and body are designated to make writing fun and easy. Print out this free worksheet for your students today!

Conclusion Checklist

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.

Write the Conclusion: Giant Panda

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!

Write the Conclusion: The Tower of London

Students will read a short article on The Tower of London and write their own conclusion in this worksheet.

Write the Conclusion: The U.S. Census

A conclusion is a short summary of the writing, meant to leave the reader with the basic information in the piece. Students will read the article on the U.S. Census and write their own conclusion.

Write the Conclusion: The U.S. Congress

Here is an informational piece about the U.S. Congress. Read the text and write a conclusion summing up the important points.

Write the Conclusion: When a Tornado Is Coming

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

Write the Conclusion: Hawaii, the Aloha State

The article Hawaii, the Aloha State needs an ending. Have your students read the article and write a conclusion.

Write the Conclusion: Why the Moon?

Students will write their own conclusion with this activity. Print out the free worksheet Why the Moon for your students to read. They will then write a conclusion, remembering to include important parts of the article.

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.