Your teacher wants you to write a paragraph—or a five-paragraph essay. Panic hits. Not anymore! What do you do? Print out the articles and templates below and use them on your own or with your parent's help. These resources will help you brainstorm, organize and put your thoughts on paper and before you know it, your assignment will be done!
Just for Kids
Paragraph Templates - A graphic organizer that you can use to organize ideas in note form and a corresponding template to help you write a rough draft in complete sentences.
Just for Teens
How to Write an Essay: Organizing and Brainstorming - This article will help you and your parents plan and compose an essay.
Essay Templates - These graphic organizers will help you plan your essay in note form.
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The World of Writing is part of Learning Disabilities Worldwide's Web-Based Educational Resources for Children and Teens with Learning Disabilities Project, which is funded through the generosity of Sovereign Bank. The educational resources are provided by Sedita Learning Strategies.