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Grade Level Estimation: 1st
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Practice writing a friendly letter with, a date, salutation, body, and closing.
Most of the worksheets on this page align with the Common Core Standards. To see CCSS connections, simply click the apple core icon ().
ProjectsWriting to An Author Free
Write fan mail to your favorite author. Includes sample template and detailed instructions.Letter To Your Mom Member
Write a letter to your mother in which you tell her why she's special to you. Be sure the letter has a date, greeting, body, closing, and signature. This worksheet includes directions and a template.Letter To Your Dad Member
Write a letter to your father in which you tell him why he's special to you. Be sure the letter has a date, greeting, body, closing, and signature. This worksheet includes clear directions and a template.
Letter-Writing WorksheetsFriendly Letter: Cut & Glue Member
Cut out the names of the parts of a friendly letter. Glue them into the correct boxes on the page.Thank You Letter #1 Member
This worksheet includes a sample thank you letter. It asks students to identify parts of a thank you note, observe specific punctuation marks, and write several different closings.Thank You Letter #2 Member
Write a thank you letter. Use the sample friendly letter as your guide.
Date and Place Name
Rewrite the addresses. Use correct capitalization and punctuation.Place Names Member
Rewrite the sentences. Be sure to include a comma and correct capitalization for each place name.Writing Dates Member
Write each date correctly. Include correct capitalization and punctuation for each.
Letter TemplatesFriendly Letter Template #1
(Includes Prompts) Member
This template includes small-letter labels for each part of the letter, including date, salutation, body, and closing. Students write their friendly letter on the lines.Friendly Letter Template #2
(Prompts with Examples) Member
This template includes small-letter labels for each part of the letter, including date, salutation, body, and closing. This version also includes examples for each. Students simply write their letter on the lines given.Friendly Letter Template #3
(No Prompts) Member
This template includes lines, but no prompts.Christmas Letter Template Member
This template includes a picture of Santa and a Christmas elf.
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