I'm excited to welcome Mystie Winckler as a guest blogger today as we continue celebrating National Poetry Month. POETRY IS a wonderful component to add…
THIS week, May 13-19, is Children’s Book Week. It’s the perfect time to revisit old favorites, and perhaps to add a few new titles to…
Creative holiday gifts for book lovers and writers, including books and beverages, journals and jewelry, and games, gadgets, and puzzles.
Creative gift guide for the writer, grammar geek, or literary enthusiast in your life.
From wordless books to favorite novels, your kids' reading can provide a springboard to book-themed writing activities.
Parents share why they love WriteShop. Their answers represent the scope of feedback we've received over the past 20 years of providing homeschool writing curriculum.
Families can take the 30 Days of Gratitude challenge with fresh ways to keep a gratitude jar or journal.
Apple writing activities include making collages, describing apples, or explaining a process!
Students can write a review, create a memorable film character, plan a hero's perfect weapon, and compare a movie to the original book.
Keeping a calendar helps teens take deadlines seriously and balance multiple projects.