Writing Prompts for Various Ages
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Writing Topics (for First - Twelfth Graders)
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Create a Writing Project
Read Write Think's "Interactive Printing Press" lets you create and print a project. The project can be a a booklet, a flyer, a newspaper or a brochure.
Alabama State Course of Study for First Grade
English Language Arts
3.) Demonstrate vocabulary skills, including sorting words into categories and deriving word meaning from context within sentences and paragraphs
4.) Read with comprehension a variety of first-grade narrative andinformational texts, including recalling information and retelling a story with beginning, middle, and end.
6.) Recognize a variety of narrative text forms, including fairy tales, adventure stories, and poetry.
8.) Use complete sentences to address a topic or tell a story.
9.) Use periods at the end of sentences and capitalization at the beginning of sentences and with the pronoun I.
10.) Use a word that names a person, place, thing, or animal as the subject of a sentence.