Friendly Letters Worksheets To Print:
an Author - The example writes a letter to J.K. Rowling. We walk you through the four step process of composing this to the author. We also show you how to prepare an envelope for mailing it.
Message a Family Member
- Do we do this anymore? Write a very special friendly letter to someone in your family - your mom, dad,
grandma, sister, or brother. In your work, tell this person why they are important to
you! Support your main ideas with details.
The Five Parts
- Johnny is very thankful for his mother. Every letter includes five parts: the
body, date, greeting, signature, and
closing. We have you color these parts in a pre-written piece.
Highlight It - We
highlight all the main points you need to identify when writing. We ask that you identify these for us.
Break it Apart -
This coaches you to write your own. Write a letter to a
been doing in
- Now you get to write your own thank-you letter! Write a thank-you to your teacher to thank them for everything they do.
Piece It Together
- Write your own letter to Santa using all five parts of a letter.
Make sure to tell him what you would like for Christmas.
- The letter shows an example envelope which follows the rules of
Make Up Envelopes
- Address an envelope-send a letter or drawing to someone you know.
Break It Down
- On the next page, write a letter to your mom or dad using all
Piece Those Letters
- Always make sure to capitalize every word and use a period after
abbreviations for words like street (St.), drive (Dr.), circle (Cir.),
and lane (Ln.).
- Pay special attention to how this friendly letter is written. On the next page, circle the
correct way to write each of the five sections.
- Rewrite these dates correctly. Each letter should begin with a date in the top right corner of the page.
Always capitalize the day and month when writing the date, and always
place a comma between the day and month.
- For the letter, cut out each of the five sections needed for a
friendly format (body, date, signature, closing, and greeting).
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- Label each section of the letter using the words body, date, greeting,
signature, and closing.