Take a walk outside and observe your surroundings! This writing prompt encourages you to sharpen your observation skills and practice your descriptive writing!
Editing skills improve with time and practice. Homeschool moms can approach their kids’ writing more objectively with these helpful editing tips.
Have a “blast” with this month’s printable writing prompt as you write about a trampoline bounce that goes terribly wrong!
Each of the Six Traits of Effective Writing is followed by specific elements WriteShop I and II look for in a composition.
Students can write a review, create a memorable film character, plan a hero’s perfect weapon, and compare a movie to the original book.
Fun writing center activities include poetry, silly sentences, and describing exercises!
Imagine new adventures digging up dinosaur bones, heading to sports camp, or planning a staycation!
Teach teens that gracious words in the digital world can build relationships and preserve integrity.
Like many fairy tales, these fun writing prompts also feature things that come in threes!
Young children love humor! This brainstorming activity helps primary kids plan a funny story.