Looking for a few last-minute Thanksgiving writing ideas to occupy your antsy children?
During Write to a Friend Month, kids will love these creative ideas that spark and encourage them to write letters by hand.
Whether you play online or with pencil, paper, cubes, or tiles, puzzles and word games help build vocab and thinking skills.
There’s plenty you can do to help young children become writers---even before they can write independently.
The Betsy-Tacy books explore friendship, loyalty, and the joy and curiosity that come with being carefree children 100 years ago.
Narration activities are perfect when age, immaturity, or lack of skill with a pencil prevents little ones from recording their own ideas.
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Ways to encourage children to express thankfulness and appreciation
Cultivating gratitude in children and encouraging thankful hearts will teach them to be "others focused," not just at Thanksgiving, but all year long.
Help your children count their blessings with these Thanksgiving-inspired gratitude lists for kids.