Short writing projects and bite-size assignments make writing more manageable for homeschool children with learning challenges.
Why is your child such a reluctant writer? Is there such a thing as giving too much help?
Help your special needs child with homeschool writing with 6 tips for kids who struggle with creative and physical writing.
Being a scribe is often the answer when your child hates to physically write.
Dyslexia, dysgraphia, and ADHD are 3 learning disabilities that affect homeschool writing.
Digital tools like speech-to-text apps make writing fun and help struggling writers adapt.
Writing doesn’t always have to be stories and reports. Try writing with lists as a homeschool activity!
The blank page can intimidate reluctant writers. These tips can help them overcoming their fear.
Is my twelve-year-old supposed to write each of the assignments by hand, or can he type them?
Tips for children who can’t finish copywork because they daydream or keep losing their place.