How to Write an E-mail 4


Writing an e-mail is a great way to keep in touch with a friend or family! Here we show you the parts of an e-mail to help you get started:

Salutation

 

A. Salutation:¬†Always start and end your e-mail with a salutation. Start e-mails with words like “Hi” or “Dear”

B. Body: This is where you tell the other person what you want to say.

C. Body: If you start talking about something new, start a new paragraph.

D. Closing: At the end your e-mails close with words like “Thank You” or “Regards”

E. Postscript: If you forgot to mention something, you can add it to the end!

 

Now that you have looked at the parts of an e-mail, it’s time to write your own! Head over to KidsEmail and register for an e-mail account and start practicing sending e-mails to your family and friends! They will be excited to get a message from you!

 

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4 thoughts on “How to Write an E-mail

  • Amy G.

    Hey there, I don’t mean to be nit-picky, but there’s a grammatical error in your sample email. The sentence after “Hey!” should not end with a question mark, as it is a statement; at least that’s how it looks to me. I apologize if I’m appearing to be a know-it-all or offensive. If there’s any way to delete this comment, please do so. Thank you, and I hope you have a great day!

    • Amy G.

      By “delete this comment,” I meant to delete MY comment, please! Also, I love this lesson and am definitely going to use it with my students! I should have included that in my original message!