Advertisements, observations, announcements, metaphors, awards, movie reviews, bedtime stories newspaper articles and advertisements, billboards, nursery rhymes, bumper stickers, menus,
cartoons, opinions, captions, plays, conversations, puppet shows, definitions, postcards,
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game rules, songs, graffiti, grocery lists, thank you notes, headlines, labels, tongue twisters, history letters, journals, how-to manuals, want ads, wishes, lists, interviews, introductions invitations, weather reports.
Educators tend to be creative individuals so let's stir it up a bit with our requests for written work!
- Design a billboard advertising your favorite cereal, chocolate bar or holiday destination (connect it with social studies with a billboard about the country to be studied)
- Make a riddle book about mystery animals, students, places
- Write a postcard to a student from another school telling them all about your school experience
- Make labels for everything you're wearing
- Make a grocery list for an upcoming party
- Design a menu for your favorite kind of foods
- Write a letter to a person who lived 200 years ago
- Write a help wanted ad
See all of the writing worksheets here.