These writing prompts invite teens to make an outline, write a letter, or formulate an essay.
When editing your kids’ writing, how do you find the balance between appreciating content and addressing errors?
Introduce brainstorming ideas through freewriting, story starters, listing, and mapping.
Find out how many credits you can give a high schooler who completes WriteShop I or II.
Journal-style reports let kids write first-person diary entries as if they were a historical figure—or even an animal!
Children will enjoy this Friendly Letter Boogie movement activity to help them remember the parts of a friendly letter.
It’s possible for self-editing to go from a hated chore to a task kids actually enjoy!
WriteShop I & II 5th ed. books are here, with refreshed content, updated student instructions, &improved checklists.
If your child is easily upset by his writing mistakes, here are some things you can do to help.
Homeschool parents can teach and guide teens to develop strong academic writing skills.
Teach kids to write a diamante poem—a fun, diamond-shaped poems about opposites.
Play this fun game to help homeschooled children remember the key elements of favorite stories!
Take heart! Sitting with your kids and coaxing the writing out of them will pay off one day.
Free homeschool language arts printables and activities to keep kids writing when school’s cancelled.
Learn how to describe a person using vivid vocabulary and keen observation skills.