What Did You Say? Writing Dialogue practise

"What did you do today?" Help your student develop dialogue writing skills with these fun comics and worksheets. practise using punctuation that will set speech apart from other words.

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How to Write Dialogue

How to Write Dialogue

Learn how to write dialogue with this writing activity that, in the long run, will help you better understand literature.
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Writing Dialogue

Writing Dialogue

This worksheet is a fun-filled way to write dialogue about a familiar party staple: balloons. Your 3rd grader creates the conversations between family members.
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Write the Dialogue

Write the Dialogue

What are they saying? Write the dialogue for the scientist and robot!
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Make Your Own Comic Strip

Make Your Own Comic Strip

Fill in the speech and thought bubbles as a guy and girl talk on the phone.
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Cat Comics: Joy Ride!

Cat Comics: Joy Ride!

Let your fourth grader dig deep into his imagination to come up with his own adventure for A.J. and C.K., in this fill-in-the-blank comic strip.
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What's the Painting?

What's the Painting?

You decide what's happening on the page by drawing and writing it in!
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Brainzy Presents: Floyd and Roly's Amazing Adventures

Brainzy Presents: Floyd and Roly's Amazing Adventures

Floyd and Roly are best friends and neighbors! Help your child stretch his writing skills with this fill-in-the-speech-bubbles worksheet.
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Brainzy Presents: The Amazing Adventures of Floyd and Roly

Brainzy Presents: The Amazing Adventures of Floyd and Roly

What are Floyd and Roly talking about? Fill in the word balloons and make up your own comic!
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Dialogue for Kids

Dialogue for Kids

Punctuating dialogue can be hard for kids to remember how to do. This worksheet helps them practise and shows examples.
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What are Quotation Marks?

What are Quotation Marks?

Help your student learn all about writing dialogue and using quotation marks correctly with this introductory worksheet.
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Using Quotes in Writing

Using Quotes in Writing

This narrative writing worksheet teaches your budding author how to use quotes. Correctly using quotes in writing comes in handy for all ages.
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Using Quotation Marks

Using Quotation Marks

When writing dialogue, it's important to know where to place quotation marks and other punctuation. Get some practise with this passage from The Secret Garden.
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Quotation Marks Quiz #2

Quotation Marks Quiz #2

Got questions about quotations marks? No problem! This worksheet will help your child build his grammar and punctuation skills.
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Quotation Marks Quiz #1

Quotation Marks Quiz #1

If your child needs some punctuation practise, give him a challenge with a quick quotation marks quiz!
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