Typing Worksheets To Print:
If... - We give you three prompts
to have fun with. Choose one of the
three writing prompts below. In
three typed pages or more, explain
your answer completely.
Be a Writer - Put yourself
in the shoes of writers and see what we can put together. Writers get to spend all day thinking up stories. Where do you think they get
their ideas? What do you think is happening in each of the pictures below?
A Class Cookbook - Use a
computer and put this together as a whole class. For this project you will use a computer to compile and publish a Class Cookbook. Make sure that your typing is accurate.
Taking a Side: Pro & Con -
Is it better to give a gift than get a gift? Choose 1 of the 5 questions below. Answer the question as if you agreed with it. Type a minimum
of 1 1/2 pages or more outlining your argument. Then, take the other side.
Agree or Disagree?
- Choose 1 of the 5 questions below. Answer the question as if you
agreed with it.
The Mind of a Dog
- What is this dog looking at? Type at least three pages that explains
where the dog is, what he or she is looking at, and why.
A Writing Exercise
- Choose one of the writing prompts. Use a computer to write at
least three pages answering the prompt.
A Peek into History
- What was life like during the middle ages? How much do you know
about it? Write down any questions that you have. Use a computer to do some research in
preparation for writing a story set in the Middle Ages.
- Choose one of the writing prompts. Use the space at the bottom
of the page to organize your thoughts.
What's Going On?
- Choose one of the pictures below. What is happening in the picture? Type at least three pages about the picture.
Your writing may be in the form of a report, an essay, or a story.
- Choose one of the writing prompts below. Then use the computer
to type at least three pages that answers the prompt.
The Time Machine
- Choose one of the three writing prompts. Use a computer and
type at least three pages answering the prompt.
- Choose one of the proverbs below and develop a story that illustrates
the thought, or that has the thought as its moral.