Fifth Grade Ela Genre Writing Worksheets


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  • Writing Instructions

    Help your child learn to write clearly and concisely by writing her own set of "how to" instructions.

  • Argument Writing: Pre-Writing Organizer

    This pre-writing exercise introduces five parts of a strong argument, including counter-arguments.

  • Persuasive Writing for Kids

    Challenge your writer's critical thinking skills by asking him to pen a persuasive narrative in favor of or against an issue.

  • Argument Writing: Sentence Frames

    Introduce your students to words and phrases that will strengthen their argument writing.

  • How to Outline an Essay

    If your little writer needs help organizing to write that big essay assignment, give her a helpful cheat-sheet full of tips on making an outline.

  • Practice Writing a Conclusion

    With this worksheet, your students will practice writing a conclusion for an informational text about photosynthesis.

  • All About Zombies

    Get into the spirit of Halloween with a spooky info page, all about zombies! Your child will learn the ways of the walking dead as he hones his reading skills.

  • Rhyme Schemes

    Your young writer can learn about poetry analysis with this worksheet on rhyme schemes, complete with excerpts by Robert Louis Stevenson.

  • What is a Narrative? Key Features

    In this activity, students will consider the key features of a narrative, such as plot, setting, rising action, and characters.

  • Reading Response Letter Interactive

    Students will look over a sample reading response letter and identify important elements in the text.

  • Rhyme Scheme: "If"

    Your budding poet can practice determining a rhyme scheme in this worksheet. He'll identify the rhyming words in Rudyard Kipling's classic poem, "If."

  • How to Write a Research Paper

    Writing a paper doesn't have to be boring! Introduce your student to research and writing with this thorough guide.

  • Creative Writing: Acceptance Speech

    Celebrate your successes with a fun writing prompt! Your child will have fun using her imagination and honing her writing skills with this writing prompt.

  • Writing an Introduction for Informational Text

    Students will practice writing hook questions and then write their own introduction to an informational text about animals that echo.

  • Writing Conclusions for Informational Text

    Students will read a fascinating, informational text about fungus, then follow steps to write a conclusion.

  • Evil Snowman Writing Prompt

    An evil snowman is on the prowl! What crafty plan will your creative writer come up with to resolve this winter adventure?

  • Opinion Writing For Kids

    This 3-page worksheet supporting opinion writing for kids provides a topic and poses questions to help them organize their thoughts and write their opinion.

  • Persuasive Writing Prompt Cards

    Your students will be ready to share their opinions and evidence when answering high interest persuasive writing prompts.

  • Creative Writing: Time Machine

    Your little writer will use his imagination to bend time and space with this creative writing prompt. Where will he go and what will he see?

  • Argument Writing: Match the Evidence

    While playing this fun memory game, students will find a piece of evidence that supports each claim.

  • Rhythm and Rhyme in Poetry

    Your young poet can review the important concepts of rhyme and rhythm by completing some practice exercises based on this poem.

  • Holiday Writing Prompt

    Holiday writing prompts are festive and educational for your child. This holiday writing prompt is perfect for the Christmas season.

  • Rhythm Practice for Poetry

    Your budding poet can practice his rhythm in this worksheet. He'll read two poems by Robert Louis Stevenson and determine their rhythm.

  • Oreo Persuasive Writing

    Hook your students with this cookie-themed exercise that will teach the basics of strong persuasive writing.