Try these creative writing worksheets anytime you need a fun, worthwhile activity. These come with a special twist: You can ask students to include any set of ten spelling words in their stories!
These are unusual worksheets because they ask students not to write long, involved stories or essays. Instead, the assignments involve short, contemporary topics.
These fun worksheets will spur a lot of ideas which you may choose to build upon in future writing assignments.
Students add 10 spelling words to the worksheet. Then they think of a new video game and describe how it works, using as many spelling words as possible. Printable links to all worksheets are below.
Again, students add 10 spelling words to the page. Then they draw a new T-shirt design and describe their shirt, using lots of spelling words.
Following the pattern of the previous pages, students will write 10 spelling words on the page. Then they are asked to write a fabulous movie title using each spelling word. Fun, thought-provoking exercise!
Here are the printable versions of all three worksheets.
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There are lots of free worksheets all over this website. Here are few, in particular, that you may enjoy if you're looking for creative writing assignments for younger students.
A Zoo-y Day! - A delightful way for students to practice reading and spelling as they write their very own goofy story about a trip to the zoo. Every story will be different!
It Pay$ to $pell! - Worksheets for primary graders that challenge their spelling, vocabulary and addition skills. Fun!
Give your students creative writing practice frequently. The benefits of this type of activity are huge. Students learn critical thinking, they use their imaginations, and they practice important language skills. Here are a few quick, anytime creative writing ideas: