Writing a First Draft
When your mind is brimming with ideas, it’s easy to start drafting. Write a beginning, a middle, and an ending.
The beginning tells what you are writing about and gets your reader interested. Create a strong beginning by trying one of these strategies:
After you grab your reader’s attention, provide more fascinating details about your topic.
Develop ideas in the middle.
In the middle part, provide lots of interesting facts and details about your topic. This paragraph tells about kites.
When you write the middle, imagine telling a friend about your topic. Write down all the amazing details you would like to share. Remember that a first draft doesn’t need to be perfect. It just needs to be!
Create a strong ending.
In the ending, wrap up your ideas by giving your reader something more to think about.