This fun adjective game makes learning “describing words” more meaningful to K-3rd graders.
Awesome gift ideas for book lovers of all ages, including literary-themed games, clothing, toys & movies.
Make a mini-book with your young kids to introduce the concept of nouns.
If your child is a perfectionist, try these homeschool writing tips to make writing lessons lighthearted!
Once you discover how to teach homeschool writing in measurable, objective ways, your confidence will soar.
Teach the 5-paragraph essay in your homeschool by familiarizing teens with a formula for successful essay writing.
Before asking your child to write, model the steps of the brainstorming process first.
Hands-on homeschool writing center activities let kids write about rainforests, favorite books, family news, and more!
Use writing prompts as a standalone tool or alongside your homeschool writing program.
Fun writing prompts about magical hats, coats, shoes, and sunglasses help kids imagine wild adventures with surprising twists!
What funny things would your kids “never” do? Let those ideas inspire them to write a silly poem
Kids will love drawing a cat comic strip using only pictures and sound words like “purr,” “splat,” and “whiz”.
No matter what field your homeschooled teen pursues, the ability to write persuasively will be one of their greatest assets.
Persuasive essay prompts help teens develop clear opinions and strong supporting arguments.
We asked a dozen homeschool moms to share their most valuable back-to-school tips with us. You can tell from their advice (and often from the number of years they've been homeschooling) that they've learned these tips through plenty of honest trial and error. Lean on...