Third Grade Ela Genre Writing WorksheetsBack
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- Snowflake Writing Prompt
If you were a snowflake, what would you see? Where would you go? Have some wintry fun with this journal prompt.
- All About My Sister
Show a little love to big or little sis with a fun family writing activity! Students will practice creative writing and sentence-building.
- Sentence Prompts for Kids
Build great sentence writing skills with these sentence prompts for kids.
- Camping Trip Plan: Writing Details
What kind of camping trip plan would your child make? He can write down details with this worksheet.
- Summer Weather Writing Prompt
Challenge your child to keep up his creative writing skills with an extreme summer weather writing prompt.
- Temple Grandin Biography
Learn more about this influential activist and author in this nonfiction reading page.
- What Are You Thankful For?
Feeling thankful? That is what Thanksgiving is all about! Help your child get into a grateful mood with this colorful writing activity.
- All About My Brother
How well do you know your siblings? Give your beginning writer a fun activity, where he'll answer questions about his big or little brother!
- Buffalo Facts
Whether you say buffalo or bison, it is still the largest land mammal in North America. Discover a bit more about this majestic animal.
- Character Development
Conjure some creative characters with this worksheet that will help kids develop great descriptive writing skills.
- Elf Snowball Fight
This elf snowball fight writing prompt is perfect for Christmas. The elves and reindeer have gotten into an epic elf snowball fight in this creative prompt.
Help your child get started on his storytelling skills with this worksheet about characters!
- Santa Writing Prompt
Looks like Santa Claus is in trouble! It's up to your creative writer to unravel the mystery behind this mysterious letter.
- Short Writing Prompt
What is going on in this picture? Have fun with this picture writing prompt, a great way to boost creativity in your young writer.
- Funny Story Starter
Funny story starters, like this one, switch on imagination, and it doesn't feel like the great writing practice that it is!
- Silly Writing Prompt for Kids
What if you had to relive the worst day ever! Have some April Fools' Day fun with this silly writing prompt.
- Thanksgiving Writing
Time to get into the spirit of Thanksgiving! Your child can polish her creative writing skills as she composes a thoughtful paragraph to give thanks.
- Funny Haiku
Have some fun with haiku! Practice syllable counting and creative writing by coming up with funny haiku poems for April Fools' Day.
- Wacky Writing
This skydiver is in for a surprise! What will happen next? Your little writer will use his imagination to write a story that explains this wacky picture.
- Thanksgiving Writing Ideas
Get Thanksgiving writing ideas with this exercise. Try these Thanksgiving writing ideas to get your creative juices flowing.
- Summer Writing Prompt
Don't get caught in the summer slide! Help to spark your little writer's imagination this summer break with a fun and creative writing prompt.
- Creative Sentence Starters
Boost creativity with these sentence prompts! Kids will practice storytelling with the help of some sentence starters.
- Christmas Descriptive Writing
Ever wonder what happens at the North Pole on Christmas Eve? Exercise your child's imagination with a fun writing prompt, all about Santa's workshop!
- Summer Vacation Writing Prompt
A summer vacation writing prompt might inspire a "must do" list, or, get your child imagining wild vacation spots. Maybe Mars?