Ways to give your kids writing feedback, plus tips to help you overcome insecurity and doubt about editing and evaluating their writing lessons.
Is there anything harder than getting a child to write? Parents say it’s trying to grade that writing! Try these helpful tips.
Editing doesn’t need to be a negative or intimidating experience for your K-3rd grader
Editing skills improve with time and practice. Homeschool moms can approach their kids’ writing more objectively with these helpful editing tips.
Each of the Six Traits of Effective Writing is followed by specific elements WriteShop I and II look for in a composition.
Model writing through conversation to help children grow in their effective use of language.
Teach kids to identify common spelling errors to improve their writing.
Are you looking for ways to make the process of grading writing less subjective?
Tips to help teens proofread papers for grammar, punctuation, spelling, and sentence completeness.
Teens learn to add sentence variety and detail to their writing … while also clearing out the clutter!
If your kids are starting to drag their feet with writing assignments, head to the library for some kid-friendly writing activities!
Brainstorming, rough draft, editing, or revising — what’s your teen’s favorite part of writing?
Teens can look for context, structure, and organization when self-editing stories, essays, and reports.
Don’t let your teens depend on you to fix their writing. Hold them responsible to do their part!
Grading high school papers intimidates many homeschoolers. Here are six ways to help you be more objective when evaluating student writing assignments.