Make your writing shine with a cover that pops! After students have completed a piece of informational writing, it’s time for them to make engaging covers. This worksheet helps students include all of the key elements—title, picture, and the author's name
Students will write an expositional essay about second grade with this end-of-year informational writing assessment. Use the included rubric as a jumping off point to assess student writing for proper grammar, structure, and content.
After writing a draft of an informational piece, have students revise their writing with this handy checklist. Students will work to improve their sentences and add more details and descriptions that will take their writing to the next level.
One of the best ways to prepare for writing is by examining another author’s work. In this activity, students look closely at a nonfiction text and answer questions about what they find in preparation for writing their own.
Editing is more fun with a partner! After writing a draft of an informational piece, this activity gets students working in pairs to improve their writing. Partners will read each other's work and then use this worksheet to provide constructive feedback.