Expository essay prompts for high school students help teens practice informative writing skills.
Why is your child such a reluctant writer? Is there such a thing as giving too much help?
Learn to listen for rhyme, onomatopoeia, repeated sounds, repeated words, and figurative language.
Have fun with easy spring poetry ideas such as acrostic poems and cheerful color poems.
Learn when and how to supplement WriteShop with literature, grammar, spelling, or vocabulary to round out language arts.
Add purpose and meaning to your kids’ writing by having them write for an audience. They’ll love these fun suggestions!
Grammar matters! Poor grammar, spelling, and punctuation can interfere with your student’s writing success.
Play a sentence-building game with your homeschool kids to reinforce parts of speech and help them write stronger sentences.
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.
Teaching writing is rarely one-size-fits-all, so you’ll appreciate these helpful tips for teaching writing in your homeschool.
Jumpstart your daily homeschool writing lessons with these kid-friendly warm-ups!
Ways to set up & organize your WriteShop Primary materials for easy lesson planning and stress-free writing times.
From wordless books to favorite novels, your kids’ reading can provide a springboard to book-themed writing activities.
Help your special needs child with homeschool writing with 6 tips for kids who struggle with creative and physical writing.
Make writing more exciting through appealing books, writing prompts, publishing projects, and more.