A fun, 'newspaper style' worksheet to help students plan an order of ideas for writing using who, what, when and where in a sentence. As a teacher of children with special needs, I am always looking for new and innovative ways to teach my students common core goals. This worksheet allows students the opportunity to be successful when writing a sentence. They can pretend to be journalists with their own 'by line'! This editable form provides students with 4 who, what, when and where choices that they can use to build a sentence. Just be careful if you edit. You must make sure that your provided choices will make sense no matter which options the students choose. (Some sentences may be funny. That's okay! It's just important that they make sense.) The bottom of the form allows students to use their knowledge of conventions (capitalization, punctuation) when writing their sentence. Students can also provide an opinion sentence to finish their brief (but sometimes funny) news article!