Developing Topics Worksheets To Print:
Main Themes – Add details to that main theme that is presented to you.
The Hamburger Paragraph – You have your main idea, which is the top bun, your details, which are the insides of the burger, and a conclusion, the bottom bun.
Raining Cats and Dogs – You might have heard the phrase above before. Can you imagine if when it rained, it really rained cats and dogs?
Hunting for Clues – We need you to organize your team to go on a hunt looking for clues to find a missing black dog named Spike.
Fact Helps Frog – The facts will need to be rewritten to make sense in the sentence.
George – Some basic Washington facts for you.
George Report – Using the facts from above, compose a report titled "Fun Facts about George Washington".
Money Trees – Some people say that money doesn't grow on trees. Write a short story on the topic of what our world would be like if money did grow on trees.
Dream Vacation – Perhaps you are high in the mountains, camping under the stars. Or maybe you are at an amusement park with all of your favorite rides.
Crazy Dreams... – Thinking about the last crazy dream you had, write a story below telling somebody else about it.