Writing Worksheets

About Our Writing Worksheets

The vast majority of worksheets found in this area encourage free response answers. They can be a valuable tool for students as they can help them develop their writing skills and improve their overall understanding of the writing process. Here are the details about all the individual sections:

Academic Essay Worksheets

These projects require careful planning and preparation. We help students learn how to develop a thesis statement and outline to approach these types of projects.

Active and Passive Voice Worksheets

We explore these two different ways to construct a sentence and the different effects on the meaning and clarity of the sentence that they will have.

Addressing an Envelope Worksheets

Students will learn how to proper address and place information on a envelope or package that they wish to send out in the mail.

Argumentation Worksheets

This is the process of presenting and defending a position or point of view using logic and evidence. We help students learn how to go about presenting a claim or thesis statement and supporting it with evidence and reasoning.

Argumentative Research Worksheets

This is similar to previous topic, but we go much deeper into the research end of things here. We work on establishing facts and backing them up with cited references.

Articulating Implications Worksheets

These sheets walk you through the process of identifying main ideas, composing questions, and analyzing the consequences from many different perspectives.

Audience Analysis Worksheets

This is a critical aspect of communicating effectively. By understanding the audience, the speaker or writer can tailor their message to be more effective and persuasive.

Autobiographical Writing Worksheets

This type of writing is when the author tells the story of their own life, often using a first-person point of view. It can take various forms, including memoirs, personal essays, and autobiographical novels.

Cause and Effect Essay Worksheets

This is a type of academic writing that explores the relationship between an event or situation (the cause) and its outcomes or consequences (the effect). The purpose is to analyze how and why things happen, and to demonstrate the causal relationship between them.

Check Writing Worksheets

Students learn how to compose a personal check from their bank. They will learn the purpose of each section of the check. These parts include: the date, payee line, amount, amount in words, memo line, and signature. We also explain what the prewritten values indicate to the bank.

Choosing Facts Worksheets

We help students learn how validate their thesis statements by ensuring that the facts they choose to substantiate their claims are relevant and credible.

Cohesive Writing Worksheets

The goal here is to write in a way that flows smoothly and logically from one sentence to the next, creating a clear and coherent text. The idea is to maintain a level clarity that supports our language.

Compound Sentences Worksheets

These are a type of sentence that contains two or more independent clauses, joined by a coordinating conjunction or a semicolon. We learn how identify them and avoid using them in our formal forms of writing.

Concluding Statements Worksheets

These statements serve to summarize the main points of the writing and leave the reader with a final thought or impression. The goal is leave the reader thinking and leaning in the direction that you want them to be.

Consulting References Worksheets

We dive deep into the use of a wide variety of reference sources. We help students learn how to determine the requirements of the project that they have at hand.

Counterclaims Worksheets

These sheets help you determine an appropriate and viable opposing viewpoint to an argument through the use of valid and substantial evidence.

Dangling Modifiers Worksheets

These are a type of grammatical error that occurs when a modifying phrase or clause is not clearly and logically connected to the word it is intended to modify. This can create confusion or ambiguity in a sentence.

Deciding On Sources Worksheets

We help students learn to evaluate the credibility of the source by considering the author’s expertise, the publication’s reputation, and any biases or conflicts of interest.

Deductive Reasoning Worksheets

We present this to students like a game of “guess who”. We determine information through the use of mostly asking simple prompted questions.

Elaboration Sentences Worksheets

These are used to provide more detail or information about a particular topic or idea. They are used to expand upon a point or concept, and to help the reader or listener better understand the topic being discussed.

Email Etiquette Worksheets

We help students understand a basic rule set and guidelines for composing and responding to email communication.

Evidence Based Writing Worksheets

This technique involves using reliable sources of information to support your arguments and ideas in many different forms of writing.

Gathering Information Worksheets

We help students understand where to start and the best sources to use based on their needs.

Giving Directions Worksheets

Helping students learn to construct clear directions helps to ensure that tasks are completed efficiently and in a timely manner. This can reduce the time and effort required to complete a task.

Grade 11 Research Projects Worksheets

These are great to help students learn to better compose their thoughts and communicate well thought out arguments.

Grade 12 Research Projects Worksheets

We spend a great deal of time preparing students to write their first research-based college assignment.

Handwriting Worksheets

This is something that is often overlooked by most curriculum committees. These sheets help students learn proper grip, spacing, and most importantly practicing patience.

I Statements Worksheets

This is a communication technique that involves expressing your thoughts, feelings, and opinions using a specific sentence structure. It offers fantastic practice for many different forms of writing.

Lined Writing Paper Worksheets

We have a wide variety of features for you to use and improve your penmanship.

Making Comments Worksheets

Encouraging students to make quality comments involves creating a supportive learning environment and providing them with the skills and tools they need to engage in meaningful discussions.

Motto Worksheets

This is a short phrase or sentence that expresses a guiding principle or belief. The goal is to share a guiding communication or a series of values for an individual or organization.

Multiple Plot Lines Worksheets

This technique can ensure that authors create a sense of complexity and build a sense of suspense. This can also be used to help writers develop characters and highlight themes.

Organizing Complex Ideas Worksheets

The goal here is help students understand where to begin and give them a framework to complete difficult processes.

Persuasive Writing Worksheets

This is a type of writing that aims to convince the reader to adopt a particular point of view or take a particular action. The goal is to present a strong argument that supports a specific position or opinion.

Punctuation Worksheets

We explore the guidelines and conventions of written language. This will help students learn to communicate in a more effective and impactful manner.

Reflective Writing Worksheets

We ask students to look deep themselves and encourage feedback to make their messages and thoughts more valuable.

Resolving Narratives Worksheets

We look at the different methods that can be used to bring a story to a successful close that will engage the readers or audience.

Rhetorical Analysis Worksheets

This is a type of critical analysis that focuses on the techniques used by writers and speakers to persuade their audiences. It involves examining the language, structure, and content of a text or speech to better understand its intended message and effects on the audience.

Scrambled Sentences Worksheets

Students will be presented with sentences that are in need of correction. This will bring into action all of the grammatical skills that students have learned.

Sentence Frames Worksheets

This are great for students to use as a guide for constructing coherent and meaningful sentences. It is a fantastic method for reviewing grammatical skills.

Sequenced Directions Worksheets

These sheets are great to learn how to be completely clear for transferring knowledge between people or groups.

Show Don’t Tell Worksheets

This is a unique writing mantra that focusing on using descriptive details and actions to convey emotions, thoughts, and experiences to readers, rather than simply telling readers what to feel or think.

Sonnets Worksheets

These poems normally have a set structure, rhyming scheme, and meter. We explore the technique and help students better understand their use and purposes.

Speech Projects Worksheets

We set students up to work on their spoken language and communicate ideas and concepts in a better manner.

Statements and Questions Worksheets

Students learn the difference between the two and how to pivot between them, when needed.

Stereotypes Worksheets

These are generalizations or oversimplified beliefs about a particular group of people, often based on assumptions or limited experiences. We help students learn to spot them and understand the inaccuracies that may exist.

Story Pitch Forms Worksheets

If you were about to write a substantial literary work, this is where you would start. The overall goal is to communicate the general outline of the work that you will put together.

Stranded on an Island Worksheets

This is a simple, but highly effective writing practice that teachers can use to heighten creative writing.

Sustained Research Worksheets

This is the process of conducting a comprehensive and long-term investigation into a particular topic or issue. This usually includes topics that require several hours of research, at a minimum.

Synopsis Writing Worksheets

The overall purpose is to provide a quick overview of the work, allowing readers or potential readers to quickly determine whether they are interested in reading or watching the full work. It is often used as a marketing tactic.

Synthesis Worksheets

We work on the process of combining multiple sources or ideas to create a new understanding or perspective on a particular topic or issue. The goal is to weave all this together to compose a cohesive argument or narrative.

Text Structure Worksheets

This is an important aspect of organize written pieces and presenting them in a way that improves the presentation to readers. This makes it easier to understand and follow.

Thesis Statements Worksheets

These provide a clear and concise summary of the main point or argument of an essay or research paper. It serves as a roadmap for the reader.

Two Truths and a Lie Worksheets

Students will learn to discern between statements and sentences that imply facts and inaccuracies. As the name suggests, you will point out the inconsistency.

Unscramble Sentences Worksheets

Students will breakdown writing pieces that need some restricting but does not require a full rewrite.

Using Multiple Forms of Figurative Language Worksheets

We have a significant figurative language worksheets area. These particular worksheets focus on how to combine many of these different thoughts in our work.

Using Varied Transitions Worksheets

This can be used to gain the attention of readers. We explore several different techniques that you can use.

Vivid Sensory Language Worksheets

We learn how to bring a narrative to life through use of language that we do not always experience.

Word Order Worksheets

A simple rearrangement can change the meaning of the sentence or make it confusing for the reader. Our goal is to overcome ambiguity.

Word Position in a Sentence Worksheets

Students learn how to position words and phrases in sentences to improve the impact of the messages.

Writing Conventions Worksheets

These are a set of generally accepted rules and guidelines that writers follow in order to effectively communicate their ideas to the reader. This tends to tie everything together for writers.