How you can help at home: Writing a letter using a word-processing program helps your child build writing skills.
Try this fun exercise next time you go out to eat to help build language skills with your fourth- or fifth-grader.
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From making metaphors to writing a news story, these fun summer worksheets will keep writing skills sharp.
In this set of reading and writing worksheets, your child will read three sample letters, determine who is writing them, make notes about the events, and then write a sample letter back.
What's a banana and where does it come from? In this writing worksheet, your child will write an explanatory text about the origins of bananas. Bonus: your child may need to do a little research to write this!
How do you make a banana split? In this writing worksheet, your child will write instructions for a recipe. Bonus: your child may need to look up a recipe for help.
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How you can help at home: Have your child write a line poem in the shape of a diamond.