5th Grade Writing Worksheets To Print:
Wild West Vacation - Describe what is going on in Kevin's photos. Kevin took some photos on his recent vacation to the wild, Wild West. Choose one
photo and write a paragraph that describes what is happening in it. Remember to use
What is Yoga? - You might need to be flexible on this one. Pretend you have been given a writing assignment for your class newspaper: What is Yoga? Use
appropriate resources to develop a short article about what yoga is and why people do it.
How to Outline a Short Story - Here is a handy way to look at these. Do you have an idea for a short story? Follow these guidelines to plot your story. Then, on a separate sheet of
paper, write your story.
Expository Writing - Which subject interests you the most? Choose one of the subjects below and write a paragraph about it. Use the back of
this page if you need more space.
Persuasive Writing - Make me cringe if I'm not persuaded. Choose one of the topics. Write
a paragraph to persuade the principal of your
school that he or she should make this
change. Provide at least three reasons, and
back up each reason with supporting details.
My Favorite Food - Write a descriptive essay about your favorite food. Use the back of the page if you need more space.
Describe a Time - Describe a time when you were really unhappy. Include the use of as much sensory language as you can.
Write a Short Story - Do you have an idea for a short story? Follow these guidelines to plot your story.
Time to Write: Essay - Use the outline below to plan your essay. Then write your essay on a separate sheet of paper.
Narrative Writing - Look at the picture below. What do you think is going on? Why? What do you think might happen next? Write the story in the space
provided. Use the back of this page if you need more room.
I Would Like to...
- Write about something that you would like to learn how to do and why. Get deep into the why behind it.
Write an Essay
- Choose one of the topics. 1. A dream you had
recently. 2. Something you
can't wait to be
old enough to do. 3. A goal that you
have. Write on the lines provided.
Plan Your Essay
- Use the outline below to plan an essay. Then write your essay
on a separate sheet of paper.
- Choose one of the subjects below and write a paragraph about it.
Use the back of this page if you need more space.
The County Fair
- Think about the last time you were at a county or state fair,
or at an amusement park. Write a descriptive paragraph about your
experience that will appeal to all of your readers' senses.