Our 5 favorite first grade writing worksheets

Boost your first grader's writing skills with these fun worksheets.

By GreatSchools Staff

Airplane messages

In this writing worksheet, children get to read, write, and count — and then create airplane messages of their own!

Skills your first grader will work on: writing numbers, writing their name, writing messages, and counting.

Questions words, question marks

In this writing worksheet, your child learns about writing questions by including the appropriate question word — who, what, when, where, or how — at the beginning and a question mark at the end.

Skills your first grader will work on: the structure of questions, the five W's, how to use question marks, punctuation, and English grammar.
 

Using commas

In this writing worksheet, your child learns how to use commas correctly in sentences and lists.

Skills your first grader will work on: using commas and English grammar.

Antonyms

In this writing worksheet, your child gets practice identifying opposite words, such as up/down, push/pull, and more.

Skills your first grader will work on: antonyms, learning word relationships, and building vocabulary.

Conjunctions

In this writing worksheet, your child learns how to join two sentences into one by using conjunctions such as if, so, but, and while.

Skills your first grader will work on: conjunctions, writing complex sentences, writing compound sentences, and English grammar.

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