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Persuasive writing - Year 3/4

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Persuasive Writing Unit | Activities & Games | Year 4-6 - Rainbow Sky Creations

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Persuasive Writing Unit | Activities & Games | Year 4-6

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Create confident writers with these persuasive writing activities and games. This resource breaks down writing instruction, so it is simple to teach and fun to learn!

Children love learning through games, and as teachers, we have witnessed the benefits. Due to this, we have included lots of games in this package to build persuasive language skills!

It also includes a range of writing prompts, ready to print proformas, reflection activities, text analysis and more.

How this pack works:

We have divided this pack up into sections to make it easy to use and plan for your writing lessons. The sections are sequential, so if you use this pack for your entire persuasive writing unit, start and the beginning and work your way through.

Alternatively, you can pick and choose activities and games to support and supplement your lessons.


We know how important it is to cater for the range of needs in the classroom. This pack includes lots of opportunities for differentiation (and we have done the hard work for you!)

  • We have included two variations of the persuasive text structure, or you could use the blank template to create your own depending on your students’ needs.
  • The word wheels can be used as individual tools to support students, especially those kinaesthetic learners.
  • Lots of speaking and listening games have been included to support students before being asked to write independently.
  • The spinner games are a great way for students to work in mixed ability pairs, so students needing support can hear modelled sentences before constructing their own.
  • Different planning templates have been included depending on the complexity of writing you expect from each of your students.
  • All writing proformas/templates include two versions, one that provides text structure support and the other that doesn’t.


Assessment Resources

  • Cold Writing Task – Should boys and girls be allowed to go to separate schools?
  • Post Assessment – Should boys and girls be allowed to go to separate schools?
  • Assessment Checklist

Building the Field

  • Would you rather game
  • Persuasive writing retrieval chart
  • Topic brainstorm

Reading and Responding

  • List of persuasive texts to share with your class
  • Text Response: retrieval chart (2 versions)
  • Reading reflection

Text Structure

  • Persuasive text structure overview
  • Persuasive text structure cut and paste
  • Text reconstruction (cut and paste)
  • Structure identification arrows

Language Features

  • Language sort cut and paste
  • Emotive Language cloze
  • Rhetorical question sort
  • Rhetorical question prompt cards and activity
  • Facts and Statistics sort
  • Modality and opinion word spinner game
  • Convincing language spinner game
  • Construct a conclusion spinner game
  • Word wheels: High modality, language of opinion, time connectives, adding evidence (cause and effect).
  • Funny persuasive sentences game (Chatterbox/Cootie Catcher)
  • Modelled Text for identifying language features

Creating Arguments

  • Agree or disagree game
  • Creating arguments proforma
  • Peer writing task
  • Adding evidence proforma

Planning and Writing

  • Opening statement, argument and concluding statement formula activities
  • Writing detective – editing and proofreading activity
  • Planning template
  • Planning think board
  • Writing checklist + writing goal template
  • Topic Chatterbox / Cootie Catcher
  • Writing Bingo
  • Writing prompt cards
  • Speaker roles information sheet
  • Debate planning template
  • Debate topic cards

Writing Proformas / Templates (2 versions of each to support learners)

  • Kids under the age of 13 should be banned from having social media accounts
  • People should be allowed to visit Mars
  • You can choose one superpower to help others: Fly or stop time. Which would you choose and why?
  • Eating the Coat of Arms should be illegal
  • Schools should start later in the morning
  • Women sports stars should be paid the same as men
  • Kids under age 13 shouldn’t be allowed to have jobs anywhere

❤️ What other teachers are saying about this resource: ❤️

“So great! Really awesome variety of engaging activities to suit even the fussiest of students. My class realy enjoyed them. ” – Helen F.

“The kids loved using something that was a bit different to a worksheet that fully engaged them and got them practicing which was fantastic to see. Thank you! ” – Sophie W.

“My students loved this resource. It was an amazing resource to aid the teaching of persuasive writing and I am very happy to have it.” – Kate H.

“My students loved using this as part of our persuasive writing. They really liked the hands on activities and the spinners.” – Sarah T.

“My students loved this resource! There are so many engaging options to choose from, and I look forward to introducing more of these into my classroom this week:)” – Martha

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Hamilton's English lesson planning includes differentiated activities for your class and beautifully designed worksheets and resources. In addition, our SPaG-focussed sessions include teaching PowerPoints that walk children through key SPaG concepts.

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Help kids put together a convincing argument, whether it's in an essay, advert, debate or letter, with these lessons, ideas, activities and more for Key Stage 2 English lessons…


What is persuasive writing?

Persuasive writing tries to convince the reader to do something or believe something. Adverts, reviews, leaflets and letters can all include persuasion.

Persuasive writing examples

Adverts   Have a break, have a Kit Kat.

A speech   ‘I have a dream that my four children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the colour of their skin but by the content of their character.’ Martin Luther King Jr

Persuasive argument   You should do your homework first, then you have all weekend to play and don’t have to worry about it.

Persuasive essay   Is it all right to boil a sentient creature alive just for our gustatory pleasure? David Foster Wallace ‘Consider the Lobster’

Persuasive writing techniques

Rhetoric/rhetorical questions   ‘Is the Pope Catholic?’

Opinion stated as fact   This is the greatest invention of the 21st-century!’

Hyperbole   ‘Gillette, the best a man can get.’

Emotive language   ‘I will be as harsh as truth, and as uncompromising as justice. On this subject, I do not wish to think, or to speak, or write, with moderation.’ William Lloyd Garrison

Emotional appeal   ‘For just £5 a month you can help her and others in her village access clean water that will save lives.’

Repetition   ‘…and that government of the people, by the people, for the people shall not perish from the earth.’ Abraham Lincoln

Rhyme   ‘If the gloves don’t fit, you must acquit’ Johnny Cochran

1 | Persuasive Writing KS2 – ‘Eating Insects’ Topic in 5 Lessons

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This 43-page download contains plans and resources for a series of five lessons centred on a unique ‘writing for a purpose’ activity – convincing a teacher to eat insects!

The lessons in this pack aim to give children the opportunity to rehearse persuasive arguments and create a piece of persuasive writing via a series of distinct stages.

And don’t worry, you’re not just finding worms in the playground and gobbling them down.

Check out this resource here.

2 | KS2 persuasive writing model texts and worksheets – Text types

persuasive writing homework year 4

Support children in KS2 to develop their skills of persuasive writing with this persuasive language KS2 text types pack .

It features persuasive writing examples for KS2 – including a persuasive writing techniques KS2 checklist, a vocabulary bank, writing plan and two persuasive letter writing KS2 model texts.

3 | Persuasive writing model text resource packs

persuasive writing homework year 4

These writing units for UKS2 are built around an original persuasive writing model text on various topics.

In each two-week unit, pupils will look at the features of the persuasive writing and the devices used before creating their own version.

Click the links to give each one a look:

  • Why buy this brick?
  • Come to Darlington Academy
  • Why should I visit Skara Brae?
  • Visit Russia
  • Visit Yorkshire
  • Is your child fit and healthy?
  • A greener tomorrow
  • Visit Florida
  • Is this the perfect trainer?

4 | Practise persuasive writing skills with Topical Tuesday

persuasive writing homework year 4

Each week, kids’ newspaper  The Week Junior  produces these Topical Tuesday resources which feature a current news story, with four accompanying reading and writing activities for KS2 students.

Each of these has a persuasive writing activity as one of its four tasks.

To see more about each of these persuasive writing topics, click these links:

  • Why should students be at home during Covid-19?
  • Write a persuasive advertisement, promoting your amazing new invention
  • Write a letter protesting a supermarket opening in an open, natural space
  • Write a persuasive argument for something you strongly believe in
  • Write to the Prime Minister on how they should make the country a more-inclusive place
  • Design and write a persuasive poster letting people know why you should be the President of the USA
  • Write a persuasive letter to your MP about either protecting or changing the name of something in your region
  • Write a job advertisement to persuade people to volunteer for a space mission
  • Write a persuasive argument why someone you know should be made a knight or dame
  • Write an advertising poster for a museum near you
  • Write an advertisement for taking a holiday in your own house
  • Write a promotional leaflet encouraging people to visit a new archaeological find
  • Write a persuasive text arguing that people are assumed to consent to the transplant of their organs unless they have said otherwise
  • Create an advert persuading aliens to visit Earth on holiday
  • Create a persuasive advert convincing European beavers to help look after British rivers
  • Write an informal, persuasive letter from nature to you, asking you to look after it
  • Write to your MP as to why children should be allowed to vote
  • Write a persuasive article proposing a famous person to be commemorated on a 50p coin

5 | Dr Seuss Green Eggs and Ham persuasive writing resource

persuasive writing homework year 4

Dr Seuss’ classic book  Green Eggs and Ham , featuring the famous Sam-I-Am, celebrated its 60th Anniversary last year.

While this is a Key Stage 1 resource, Year 3 children can still use this Dr Seuss-inspired teaching plan to play with words and the power of persuasion.

There are starter questions, three full activities and an extension activity.

6 | Pie Corbett’s Alex Rider persuasive writing lesson

persuasive writing homework year 4

Break out the gadgets and take your class undercover with Pie Corbett’s Alex Rider-themed look at persuasive writing.

Children can design and advertise their own spy gadgets with these examples and exercises.

Download it here.

7 | Features of persuasive writing worksheets

persuasive writing homework year 4

These worksheets are an excellent way to develop children’s understanding and use of persuasive writing in KS2. There are a number of activities that demonstrate different types of persuasive writing, along with a model text, examples of adverts, and writing challenges.

There are images to included to help inspire children’s writing, as well as sentences for the children to rewrite and improve upon.

It’s a great way to revise previous learning, and to experiment with new ideas.

Give it a look here.

8 |  The Day the Crayons Quit  KS1 book topic

persuasive writing homework year 4

Explore empathy, persuasive writing and understanding emotion in this activity-packed book topic from Sue Cowley, based on Drew Daywalt’s book.

Ignored, stereotyped and diminished, if the crayons in your classroom could talk, they might object to their treatment. Understanding why leads to great lesson activities, such as looking at emotion cards, getting creative with colours and dramatising feelings.

Find this book topic here.

9 | KS2 cohesive devices in persuasive writing pack

persuasive writing homework year 4

Cohesive devices are used to connect ideas, sentences and paragraphs. As the name suggests, they add coherence to what we are saying.

This powerful KS2 grammar resources pack provides everything you need to teach a series of five lessons on cohesive devices in persuasive writing, culminating in an extended writing task where children can use their grammatical understanding in context.

10 | Hyperbole worksheets for KS2 persuasive writing

persuasive writing homework year 4

This worksheet is an excellent way for Key Stage 2 pupils to revise and practise recognising and using hyperboles – exaggerated statements used for effect, not meant to be taken literally.

Hyperbole can be used for comedic effect or persuasive reasons. It helps to emphasise your point by over-stressing the qualities involved.

This resource contains examples of hyperboles and five different challenges, which can be tackled during one lesson or spread over a number of teaching sessions.

Questions encourage creative responses as well as revision, and include interesting images to stimulate ideas.

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