Writing prompts about fictional characters help children use their imaginations to engage with make-believe friends who live inside favorite books.
Keeping a calendar helps teens take deadlines seriously and balance multiple projects.
Celebrate this special literary month by hosting a poetry slam, making magnetic poetry, and more!
Prompts to help children appreciate the kindness of others and the majesty of creation
This poetry roundup has tons of resources, activities, poetry lessons, and freebies for teaching poetry.
Creative, painless, and colorful Valentine-themed ideas that encourage kids to write!
Consider literary elements of character, setting, and conflict as they relate to works you've read.
Playing boardless Scrabble helps kids have fun as they build and develop vocabulary and spelling skills.
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Do your homeschool kids have a weak writing vocabulary? To improve their word usage, try these easy-to-implement ideas.