Ways to give your kids writing feedback, plus tips to help you overcome insecurity and doubt about editing and evaluating their writing lessons.
Homeschool doubts hit every homeschool mom, but you don’t have to fight this battle alone.
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...
Solid roots help establish a firm foundation for kids, not just in life, but also in writing skills.
How well does WriteShop prepare homeschoolers for college and beyond? Read these success stories.
Let springtime lead to new avenues of writing and learning with your children.
Follow a reluctant boy writer’s journey from 6th-grade story soup to academic master’s thesis.
Opportunities for kids to share their stories, poems, and essays with someone other than Mom!
Learning to read life and observe their world can help children become better writers.
In the spirit of Eudora Welty, inspire a love of life and words through listening.
The best ways to teach your 3rd-5th grader homeschool writing: what to do and what to expect.
Can you really raise a writer? Yes! Start by looking for the things you’re already doing well.
Find out how your child’s writing is like a garden. Is it flowering and bearing fruit, or is it dry and listless?
Great tips for how to love your kids’ writing, especially when you’d rather wad it into a ball and toss it across the room.
If you feel like a homeschool failure, remember that the spiritual battle is already won!