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Writing a Good Paragraph

Writing A Good Paragraph Lesson & Worksheet - My Schoolhouse - Online Learning
 
It's important to learn how to write a good paragraph. Look below to learn about how to write a paragraph.

Every good paragraph has the following:

Topic sentence (Opening sentence)

A topic sentence tells what your paragraph will be about.

It is the first sentence.

Supporting sentences (3 or more)

Supporting sentences add details.

Each sentence is about your topic.

Ending sentence (Closing sentence)

This sentence closes your paragraph.

Restate your topic sentence or close it in another way.

 

<Topic>My dog Tia is the best dog!<Topic>  <Supporting>She is a black lab and is getting old.  Tia is 10 years old and her birthday is July 10.  She lives outside in her kennel and doesn’t come in the house.  Tia loves to get out of her kennel and race around the yard and play.  She also likes to play fetch with the tennis ball.  Tia absolutely loves to jump in the lake or pond.  But be careful when she gets out and shakes though!<Supporting>  <Ending>My dog Tia is a very good dog.<Ending>

 

1. My dog Tia is the best dog!  This is the

Topic Sentence

Supporting Sentence

Ending Sentence

2. My dog Tia is a very good dog.  This is a(an)

Topic Sentence

Supporting Sentence

Ending Sentence

3. Tia loves to get out of her kennel and race around the yard and play.  This is a(an)

Topic Sentence

Supporting Sentence

Ending Sentence

4. Every good paragraph has

A Topic Sentence

Supporting Sentences

An Ending Sentence

All of the Above

5. A good paragraph has

One Supporting Sentence

Two Supporting Sentences

Three or more Supporting Sentences

None of the Above

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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