Looking for some help teaching writing to elementary aged students? Looking for some creative writing pages, editing checklists, and story planners? Look no further!



This year I thought I’d get a head start on our writing process and created some helpful printables to help make writing a little easier and a little more fun!

–> Download the Writing Pages Printables <–

One of the things we need to work on this year is our writing skills. Writing isn’t Turbo’s favorite subject and I found out that he does much better if he has a way to plan out stories or letters prior to working on them.

So this year I created a bunch of different writing pages to help make the process a little less painful.

What’s Included?


(not all worksheets shown)

Editing Checklists: (These are small 2×3 sized cards that can be laminated then hole punched. Store them on a keyring for quick access to help students edit and proof their writing! (See above photo)

  • Editing Checklist
  • Proofing Marks
  • Capitalization Checklist
  • Grammar Review
  • Punctuation Listing

Writing Pages:

  • My Story Plan Web
  • Writing Structure Outline
  • My Story Writing Pages (3 different line heights)
  • My Book Report Outline
  • My Report Writing Pages (3 different line heights)
  • Friendly Letter Template (2 different line heights)
  • Thank You Letter Template (2 different line heights)
  • Vocabulary Word Template

–> Download the Writing Pages Printables <–

I hope this blesses you in some way and makes writing a little bit more fun! For some great writing prompts to go along with these printables check out the Writeshop StoryBuilders! They have several different options, themes, and ideas to help reluctant readers be successful with creative writing!


  1. Last night my son said to me he was not a good writer, after some questions I found he just has trouble thinking of what to write. I was going to look for something or make something up myself when your email arrived today. THANK YOU!!!

  2. Thanks Erica!!! We haven’t formally started any writing in our homeschool, but my eldest child is beginning to show an interest so I may need to get something going for next year (we school by calendar year).

    Also, just wanted to point out that possession is spelled incorrectly (See Apostrophe). Mainly because you have got a reminder to check spelling on a previous card. 😉

    Bless you!

  3. WOW! What a great site! What great writing helps too. Some of my kiddos are soo intimidated by writing, but by the way you have broken it down soo simply, I’m sure that these pages will help! Thank you!! 🙂

  4. Erica, I had seen the free writing printables and was very interested to use those with my daughters, but for some reason every time I go to download them, I come up with a blank screen. I would even be happy to pay for them. I think they’d be a very valuable tool. Any tips?



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