Ways to give your kids writing feedback, plus tips to help you overcome insecurity and doubt about editing and evaluating their writing lessons.
You sit down to grade your teen's latest essay. As you read, it occurs to you that the information seems familiar—so familiar, in fact, that you recognize it as the text from an online article you yourself printed out as a suggested resource. When you look up the...
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Pointers help children track words better, strengthening reading and writing skills.
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A dozen Thanksgiving writing prompts to inspire homeschool kids and teens!
Gratitude writing prompts help children and teens focus on the gifts of family, friends, and creation.