Letter-Writing Printables & Activities Slideshow

Develop students' composition skills and celebrate Letter Writing Week with these printables and activities. Students will learn about basic letter formats and practice writing formal, persuasive, and friendly letters. Check out our Letter-Writing Lessons & Tips to discover even more great resources.
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Updated on: November 17, 2008
In this letter-writing activity, students pretend they are alive during World War II and compose a formal letter to the president. Use this activity during Letter Writing Week or anytime of year to teach students about the Holocaust.
This organizer will help students write a letter to a favorite author. Use this printable to develop students' composition skills during Letter Writing Week (January).

In this letter-writing activity, students compose letters to their favorite characters from the Katie Kazoo Switcheroo books.

Learn the basic format of a typical letter. Letter Writing Week is celebrated in January.
Use this template to create a correctly formatted letter. Celebrate Write to a Friend Month (December) or Letter Writing Week (January) with these activities.
Write a friendly letter with the date, salutation, body, closing, and signature. This is a great activity for introducing friendly letters and talking about friends. You can even use this printable activity to celebrate Letter Writing Week in January or Halloween.
Explore an activity that invites students to look seriously at their future by composing questions for themselves. Students will then write a letter to themselves with predictions about how their life will look in 20 years. Use this printable to celebrate Letter Writing Week with your students.
In this printable computer lesson, students learn the basic format for letter writing. They get practice in word processing while typing their own business or friendly letter. This is a great activity for Letter Writing Week, celebrated in January.
Use this printable to have children write a cover letter to sell a fake movie script they have written.
In this printable activity, children will write a letter to a company president explaining why electric lighting is good for the company.
Encourage your students to practice formal letter writing with this printable First Year Letters stationery. Use this lined paper as a template during Letter Writing Week (January) and throughout the year.
Use this printable writing activity to focus on correctly indenting a letter.

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