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Main Idea Organizer

Main Idea Organizer

Teach your students how to organize their writing with this helpful Main Idea Organizer. Students will be asked to complete the worksheet by writing their own main idea, three details, and a summary. This will help your students better understand how to organize their ideas for writing in the future, especially when writing an essay!

Newspaper Reporter: An Interview With President Lincoln

Newspaper Reporter: An Interview With President Lincoln

Your student is now an official reporter and their task is to interview President Abraham Lincoln! Students write three questions they would ask him and what his replies would be.

Paragraphs and Topic Sentences: Informational

Paragraphs and Topic Sentences: Informational

This worksheet includes a list of informational topics. Students write a paragraph on each topic and underline their topic sentence.

Paragraphs and Topic Sentences: Opinions

Paragraphs and Topic Sentences: Opinions

This activity includes a list of opinion topics. Students write a paragraph on each topic and underline their topic sentence.

Topic Sentence: What’s the Topic?

Topic Sentence: What’s the Topic?

Students read the topic sentences provided and write what they think the topic is for each.

Transition Words: Complete the Sentence

Transition Words: Complete the Sentence

Enhance your students’ writing skills with this “Complete the Sentence” transition words activity.

Using Transition Words

Using Transition Words

In this worksheet, your students will learn how to properly use transition words in a sentence.

Write a Biography Poem

Write a Biography Poem

Bio poems are usually short poems following a specific format. In this worksheet students will write a bio poem about themself.

Write the Conclusion: The U.S. Census

Write the Conclusion: The U.S. Census

A conclusion is a short summary of the writing, meant to leave the reader with the basic information in the piece. Students will read the article on the U.S. Census and write their own conclusion.

Write the Conclusion: The U.S. Congress

Write the Conclusion: The U.S. Congress

Here is an informational piece about the U.S. Congress. Read the text and write a conclusion summing up the important points.

Write the Topic Sentence

Write the Topic Sentence

In this activity, students write a sentence for each of the topic sentences provided.

Writing Prompt Earth Day: What’s Your Idea?

Writing Prompt Earth Day: What’s Your Idea?

Students write about their ideas about saving water or electricity. A great activity for elementary school grades.

Writing Prompt: Today’s Civil Rights Hero

Writing Prompt: Today’s Civil Rights Hero

In this writing prompt, students select someone they think is a civil rights hero living in modern times.

Bio Poem: A President

Bio Poem: A President

Bio poems are usually short poems following a specific format. Students will write about a President in this worksheet.

Correcting Mistakes in Sentences

Correcting Mistakes in Sentences

Use these printable learning materials to teach your students how to correct sentence mistakes.

Editing and Proofing a Paragraph

Editing and Proofing a Paragraph

Your students will further their editing and proofing skills by correcting a paragraph in this printable classroom worksheet.

George Washington: Almost a King

George Washington: Almost a King

What if George Washington had become king? Students ponder this question and then write about what it would be like.

How to Write a Thesis Statement

How to Write a Thesis Statement

This activity helps students develop a strong thesis statement for their essays by providing practice writing sample statements.

How to Write an Introduction: Bridge Building Activity

How to Write an Introduction: Bridge Building Activity

This activity is designed to help students learn about writing introductions through a fun bridge building activity to join the lead noun card and thesis statement card.

How to Write an Introduction: Different Leads

How to Write an Introduction: Different Leads

This is a fun, creative activity where students explore ways to include factoids, stories, metaphors and more to create “hooks”. A great activity to help students develop strong introductions.

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In the sixth grade, the writing curriculum should focus on producing error-free, cohesive, multi-paragraph essays. At this age, students are expected to write increasingly complex essays and narratives that include a formal introduction, ample supporting evidence, and a solid conclusion. The language arts worksheets on this page are a great way to give your sixth grader a chance to practice these skills. They're fun to work on, so kids actually enjoy doing them!

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It takes years to become an effective writer. So the more practice you can give your students the better. The 6th grade writing worksheets on this page are an endless resource full of fun exercises, puzzles, and writing prompts. They ask students to do things like write a topic sentence, practice grammar, properly use your vs. you're, pick a viewpoint on a topic, and write an opinion piece for a newspaper. Give your sixth-grade child a chance to show you how imaginative they can be with their writing! This page offers a virtually endless supply of writing prompts and exercises that can be printed out and used anywhere you can take a pen and paper. Once printed, there's no need for an internet connection, and writing longform is a great way for kids to practice their penmanship and fine motor skills, something that digital tools don't offer. These easy, no-prep worksheets are perfect for parents and teachers who want to give students more writing practice. Try one today and see how much fun your sixth graders have completing these worksheets!

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Our printable writing prompts worksheets for grade 6 will get the young wordsmiths instantly going! Children will never experience writer's block and will kick-start their creativity to write engaging narratives, reports, and essays. Challenge kids with writing tasks that require critical thinking and implementing writing techniques. Write informative/explanatory texts to examine a topic and convey ideas through selecting and organizing relevant content. Use appropriate transitions and domain-specific vocabulary. Grab our free pdf 6th grade writing prompt worksheet and the others will soon be on your wish list for sure!

How Is Life in an Igloo?

How Is Life in an Igloo?

How do igloos keep you warm in the worst winter conditions? Interesting, isn't it? Narrate how life in an igloo would be like. Support your claims with clear reasons and relevant evidence.

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Look before You Leap

Opinions differ on whether we should carefully consider the consequences before doing something or we should be daring and adventurous. Write an opinion essay explaining your point of view.

Baking a Birthday Cake

Baking a Birthday Cake

In this printable 6th grade writing prompt worksheet, write step-by-step instructions on how to make a birthday cake. Include details of what ingredients to use, too.

Endangered Animals

Endangered Animals

Write a research report on animals that are in danger of being harmed or lost. Gather information from multiple print and digital sources; quote or paraphrase the data to avoid plagiarism.

Book Report 6

Book Report 6

Which book did you read recently? Write the title and author's name. Besides providing a summary, describe the story setting and main events. Do let us know more about your favorite part in it.

Story Prompt 1

Story Prompt 1

A room at your grandmother’s, which is always locked, is open one day. Write a story about what happened next. An excellent opportunity for grade 6 kids to express themselves through writing.

Air Pollution

Air Pollution

Air pollution is a major concern, and many believe the best way to address this is to ensure as many people use public transport as possible. Write if you agree. Provide reasons and examples.

Riding a Bike

Riding a Bike

It's important for children to learn how to ride a bike because it not only helps them move out independently, it also makes them more responsible. In this 6th grade pdf, write how to ride a bike.

Niagara Falls

Niagara Falls

This printable writing prompt asks kids to prepare a research report on Niagara Falls. Provide the basic bibliographic information of the sources you use. Draw evidence to support reflections.

If I Won a Jackpot

If I Won a Jackpot

We all dream about winning a jackpot someday! Imagine you won a huge jackpot - one that's worth $1,000,000! What would you do? Write a narrative to develop this imagined experience.

Social Media

Social Media

Social media has come a long way since it began! For example, it offers an incredible chance to meet people. Write a research report on websites that allow people to communicate with each other.

Story Prompt 2

Story Prompt 2

The oldest form of written composition, story writing is an art. In this writing prompt pdf worksheet for grade 6, write a story about what was inside a mysterious package that was on your doorstep.

Technology in Classroom

Technology in Classroom

While technology makes learning easy, it also helps make life more enjoyable. In this part of our writing worksheets for grade 6, write if you agree with this statement. Provide evidence.

Retelling the Story with a Twist

Retelling the Story with a Twist

This printable writing prompt is fun! The main character of your most loved story has stepped out. Write what happened next. Use narrative techniques, such as dialogue and description.

Story Prompt 3

Story Prompt 3

This part of our 6th grade writing prompt worksheet pdfs is a story about life with aliens. Help yourself gain significant literary momentum through this creative exercise! Leave your readers craving for more!

If I Were a Zookeeper

If I Were a Zookeeper

You are greatly concerned about animals and their welfare. Write what you would do to protect the animals if you were the zookeeper at the Bronx Zoo for a day. What steps would you take?

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