91 Editing and Proofreading Worksheets + 223 Writing Prompts

91 Editing and Proofreading Worksheets + 223 Writing Prompts
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91 Editing and Proofreading Worksheets & 223 Writing Prompts Bundle (Gr. 3-7).

Keep language skills sharper than finishing school aristocrats with a four-download bundle. Use worksheets to practice, supplement, and review throughout the year.

This Editing and Proofreading Worksheets Bundle is comprised of the following:

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1) 12 Editing Prompts

• Labor Day

• Haunted House

• Winter Solstice

• Sled Racing

• White House Easter Egg Roll

• Valentine's Day 1886

• Rosie the Riveter

• Lewis & Clark

• Transcontinental Railroad

• Four Corners

• Gateway Arch

• Natchez Trace

2) 35 Editing Worksheets

• Sentences I

• Sentences II

• Paragraphs

• Nouns

• Subject-Verb Agreement

• Run-on

• Prepositions

• Apostrophes

• Commas I

• Commas II

• Quotations I

• Quotations II

• Conjunctions

• Colons

• Semicolons

• Fluff

• Double Negatives

• Wordiness

• Comma Splice

• Title of Works

• Transitions

• Subordinate Conjunctions

• Appositives

• Parenthetical Expressions

• Syntax

• Active vs. Passive Voice

• Hyphen & Dash

• Parentheses & Brackets

• General Practice I

• General Practice II

• General Practice III

• General Practice IV

• General Practice V

• General Practice VI

• General Practice VII

3) 44 Writing Skills

Basic

• Sentences

• Paragraphs

• Nouns

• Verbs

• Adjectives

• Adverbs

• Prepositions

Intermediate

• Apostrophes

• Commas I

• Commas II

• Quotation Marks

• Conjunctions

• Colons

• Semicolons

• Fluff (avoid)

• Hyperbole

• Similes

• Metaphors

• Personification

• Double Negatives

• Wordiness

• Comma Splices

• Bibliography

• Poetry

• Transitions

• Subordinate Conjunctions

• Appositives

• Parenthetical Expressions

• Email I

• Email II

• Syntax

• Deduction

• Tone

• Generalization

Advanced

• Active vs. Passive Voice

• Thesis

• Five-Paragraph Essay

• Persuasive

• Expository

• Dialogue

• Inference

• Imply

• Shades of Meaning

• Root Words

4) 223 Writing Prompts

Dialogue (20)

• County fair roller coaster.

• Cotton candy clown.

• Glenda the snow troll.

• Squirrels on winter vacation.

• Nick & Greg make a movie.

• Grandpa Al and brother Frank ride Penny Farthings.

• Showing George Washington the sights.

• Theodore Roosevelt's personal secretary.

• Peter Peter's Pumpkin Shop.

• County fair pumpkin carver.

• Veterans' Parade lead car.

• Announcing the Veterans' Parade.

• Unicycle parade clown.

• Pictures with Santa.

• Mrs. Claus saleswoman.

• Cupid Nick is on the scene.

• Sybille's passion for pink.

• Mr. Adams buys Valentine's chocolate at the gas station.

• Max and Chicky's mismatched lifestyles.

• Just another day at the Peep Factory.

Humor (33)

• Jack's new way to get to school.

• Deer photography trip.

• Randolph's big day at Feline Spa & Resort.

• Airplane tennis anyone?

• Dog sled team relaxing poolside.

• Night watchperson lost in castle.

• Snowed-in on a snow day.

• You go first Uncle Phil.

• Cousin Doug catches a mermaid.

• Skittles has a plan.

• Principal McPhee speaks.

• Dr. Lyttle to the rescue.

• How to be a good household pet.

• Kittles the swimming cat.

• Frying food on the sidewalk.

• Dad goes camping.

• Lulu earns a break.

• You win a haunted house!

• Haunted house housekeeping.

• Grandma Trudy makes a house haunted.

• First grade patriotic musical.

• Woofy, the town dog, contributes to Veterans Day.

• Beach Santa.

• Gift return hotline.

• Living in a gingerbread house.

• Valentines high heels.

• Uncle Al likes his job.

• Grandmas Hilda & Myrtle have a plan.

• Pin the tail on a real donkey.

• Rocko sings the classics.

• Egg salad for every meal.

• Ms. Kate decorates everything.

• Awful smell and a missing Easter egg.

Suspense (18)

• Night in the haunted house.

• Choose a scene.

• Thanksgiving package.

• Choose a topic.

• Downhill skiing final race.

• Lost on a trail with an unnerving feeling.

• Cara's big catch.

• Maya vs. Brussels sprouts.

• Presidential chauffeur.

• The Olympic ceremony is about to start.

• Volleyball last point.

• The hurdle race starts.

• Santa oversleeps.

• Pick a topic.

• Santa's dry cleaner has both good and bad news.

• Easter dinner lottery clean-up.

• Faberge eggs.

• Maria's Easter bunny suit arrives.

Expository (30)

• Explain Rube Goldberg's light bulb.

• How to remove a classroom fly.

• President Kennedy's quote.

• How to get kindergartners to get along.

• Rules a bus driver should know.

• Halloween history.

• Why do we have traditions?

• Christmas customs.

• Wish list vs. gratefulness.

• Easter Island scientific study.

• Living on an island.

• Valentine's Day history & transformation.

• Grocery store Valentines.

• Chocolate sales.

• VA hospitals.

• Daughters of the American Revolution.

• The American Legion.

• Disabled American Veterans.

• April Fools protocol.

• The perfect joke.

• Daylight Savings Time.

• Mother's Day.

• Martin Luther King: excellent speaker.

• Ruby Bridges' courage.

• Rosa Parks' non-violent protest.

• Barbecuing for 12 neighbors.

• Making frozen treats.

• Lemonade stand competition.

• Engineering the world's largest pizza.

• Starting your next world record.

Persuasive (17)

• Good ship Lollipop renovation.

• Captain Bligh and the HMS Bounty.

• Deserted island or forest wilderness?

• Randolph the other reindeer.

• Tia & Theo find a forest pet.

• Chuckles the clown interviews for a party.

• A persuasive real estate agent.

• Hot vs. cold.

• Life on other planets?

• Flexible school days.

• Persuading James it's bedtime.

• Cruise ship karaoke night.

• Cruise ship sing-along.

• Urban boating.

• Urban boating the right direction.

• Brown bear in my pool.

• Brown bear staying in my pool.

Irony (25)

• Unknown restaurant guest.

• Standing in line for something?

• Sounds from a lunch bag.

• Lynn captured by butterflies.

• An ocean with no fish.

• My parents gave me $20.

• Ice fishing derby.

• Tug on the fishing line.

• Hunger at the fishing derby.

• Gene & Neil like to fish.

• Walt fishing in a pothole.

• Pile of snow.

• Teachers play a joke.

• Balancing rocks.

• Shopping carts and a car.

• Dancing cobra.

• Short-horn cattle.

• Miguel's April Fools idea.

• Limbo with the Morris triplets.

• Kurt's first swimming lesson.

• Cousin Barry's personal pool.

• No parking at the public pool.

• Another slow day at the Woodlawn Community Pool.

• Meyers family lake toys.

• Jumping contest at Swanson Lake.

Non-Fiction (18)

• Tomb of the Unknowns and monuments.

• What impresses you about America?

• What would you show George Washington in America today?

• Abraham Lincoln's quote.

• President Grant's speeding ticket.

• Chester Arthur's 80 pants and midnight strolls.

• President Harrison's fear of light switches.

• The Oregon Trail.

• Pony Express challenges.

• Action at the Pony Express station.

• Describe where the Navajo live.

• Monument Valley, AZ.

• Living in a hogan.

• Navajo code talkers.

• Dr. Joseph Warren.

• Remembering Dr. Warren.

• The Minutemen.

• Molly Pitcher.

Reporting (22)

• Early morning balloon ride.

• Living on the tundra.

• Sarah rides a mule backwards.

• 12th Annual Funny Dog Show.

• Sweden's Ice Hotel.

• Ray's snow giants.

• Antarctica research station.

• Car phone.

• Wildland firefighters.

• Tour of California bike race.

• Cliff swallows return.

• Stormy day in Mountrail County.

• Jake & Lynn drive across America.

• Hot dog eating contest.

• Describing fireworks.

• Assemble a story.

• News reporter practice.

• Tomb of the Unknowns.

• The Liberty Memorial.

• WWII Memorial.

• Korean War Memorial.

• Vietnam War Memorial.

Respect & The Flag (5)

• Showing the flag.

• Flag folding.

• Memorial flags.

• Saluting the flag.

• Burning ceremony.

Historical - WWII (8)

• Dorie Miller.

• Torpedo Sqaudron 8.

• D-Day at Omaha Beach.

• Enola Gay.

• Battle of the Bulge.

• Bataan Death March.

• D-Day cemetery.

• Meaning of Veterans Day.

Abstract (6)

• Valentine's Day art contest.

• The latest gift rave.

• Choose a topic.

• What if there was no Valentine's Day?

• Is friendship a universal human trait?

• Should Valentine's Day be moved to another month?

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Apply grade 4 Reading standards to literature (e.g., “Describe in depth a character, setting, or event in a story or drama, drawing on specific details in the text [e.g., a character’s thoughts, words, or actions].”).
Provide a conclusion that follows from the narrated experiences or events.
Use concrete words and phrases and sensory details to convey experiences and events precisely.
Use a variety of transitional words and phrases to manage the sequence of events.
Use dialogue and description to develop experiences and events or show the responses of characters to situations.
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