Reading and Writing Challenges
In this Reading Challenge, students read books in assorted genres, by a variety of authors, from different time periods, etc. There are also other, more unusual categories! Check them out, and have fun reading!
In the Enchanted Learning Writing Challenge, students write in a variety of prose and poetry forms, and about a wide range of topics. Do as many as you can!
For this Travel Reading Challenge, students read books related to travel, in a variety of categories, and they also do a bit of writing.
Read a book or story about the Pacific Northwest in each category, and keep track of what you’ve read. Plus do some writing too!
For this Winter Reading Challenge, students read books related to winter, in a variety of categories, and they also do a bit of writing.
Read 12 short stories over Winter Break, one for each month of the year, and keep track of what you’ve read!
Use these worksheets to record information about your reading. Worksheets include daily logs, bookmarks with short logs, and a year-long booklet.
These graphic organizers prompt the student to summarize, analyze and understand the parts of a story or event.
Graphic organizers to help students summarize, analyze, and understand a non-fiction book.
Worksheets with writing prompts for short essays. Categories: All, About the Writer, My Favorite, Invent Something New, Animals, Holidays and Seasons, Reports and Reviews, If I…, Travel and Adventure.
Poetry prompts, organized alphabetically and by topic. Categories: All Prompts, All About Me, Acrostic Poems, Animals, Colors, Family, Friends, and Other People, Food, Holidays and Seasons, Plants, The Senses, Sports, Weather, Miscellaneous.
Make your own comic book, school memory book, vacation memory book, and more!
Learn how to write a thank-you note, a business letter, and more.
Write a book report, learn to prepare a research report, use graphic organizers, and even make a book diorama!
Write inside a thought bubble, expressing the feelings or emotions of a character or animal.
Make a classroom newspaper, write a slogan for a T-shirt, and other miscellaneous writing activities.
Generate Your Own...
Subscribers can generate their own acrostic poem worksheets by simply typing a word or phrase (up to 13 characters). Each worksheet instructs the student to write a short poem in which each line starts with the word or phrase on the worksheet.
Subscribers can generate their own brainstorming worksheets by simply typing a word or phrase (up to 13 characters). Each worksheet instructs the student to find words and phrases that are related to or remind the student of that word.
Draw a picture and write about it – for young writers. Enter any topic you like (enter at most 35 characters) to generate a drawing/writing prompt worksheet.
Write about a topic then draw a picture of it – for young writers. Enter any topic you like (enter at most 35 characters) to generate a writing/drawing prompt worksheet.
Subscribers can generate their own writing prompt worksheets by simply typing a word or phrase (up to 35 characters). Each worksheet instructs the student to write ten things about the subject you specify (plus one thing they’d like to change about it).