Video: Paragraph Writing for Kids Learning to write a paragraph is an important skill, and children who can master it have what it takes to begin composing longer pieces of writing.
The «paragraph hamburger» is a writing organizer that visually outlines the key components of a paragraph. Topic sentence, detail sentences, and a closing sentence are the main elements of a good paragraph, and each one forms a different «piece» of the hamburger.
While most children in grades 3 and up can write a paragraph, it takes a little more understanding to write a good paragraph. Knowing the parts of a paragraph and how they are put together can help your child to write them well.
In this set of activities adaptable for grades K-3, parents and educators will find ideas for teaching about writing a paragraph. These activities are designed to complement the BrainPOP Jr. Writing a Paragraph topic page, which includes a movie, quizzes, online games, printable activities, and more.
How to Write a Paragraph is a simple, no-prep, 12-week writing program that will have your students building paragraphs in record time. This K-2 curriculum begins by reviewing sentence structure and writing mechanics then slowly builds to writing complete paragraphs over a 4-day week.
“Listen kids—a topic sentence can be placed anywhere in the paragraph, but most often the topic sentence is the FIRST SENTENCE in a paragraph. It’s true that sometimes the topic sentence is found in the middle of a paragraph, and sometimes it is at the end of a paragraph, but USUALLY it is the first sentence in a paragraph.
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