Try these tips in your homeschool to light a fire under your lazy writer!
Personal pressure to “get it right the first time” is the key contributor to writer’s block.
Digital tools like speech-to-text apps make writing fun and help struggling writers adapt.
Do your homeschool kids have a weak writing vocabulary? To improve their word usage, try these easy-to-implement ideas.
When homeschool writing lessons don’t motivate kids to write, offer different writing experiences and freedom to choose their own topics.
Playing writing games and using graphic organizers are just two ways to help kids improve weak writing skills and become better writers.
See how small successes can usher frustration right out the door, leaving encouragement and accomplishment in its wake!
Publishing with flap books is a simple way kids can showcase their stories, reports, or other writing.
WriteShop I encourages homeschool teens that writing doesn’t have to be scary or hard, and it equips parents to teach with confidence.
Why is your child such a reluctant writer? Is there such a thing as giving too much help?
Add purpose and meaning to your kids’ writing by having them write for an audience. They’ll love these fun suggestions!
Teaching writing is rarely one-size-fits-all, so you’ll appreciate these helpful tips for teaching writing in your homeschool.
Make writing more exciting through appealing books, writing prompts, publishing projects, and more.
Follow a reluctant boy writer’s journey from 6th-grade story soup to academic master’s thesis.
Being a scribe is often the answer when your child hates to physically write.