Try this idea for a pocket word bank to help children choose strong, descriptive synonyms.
See how small successes can usher frustration right out the door, leaving encouragement and accomplishment in its wake!
By choosing vivid details to describe a place, your teens will bring life and emotion to their writing.
Students need measurable, clear writing expectations. Achievable goals and specific directions help boost skill and confidence.
Teaching writing is rarely one-size-fits-all, so you’ll appreciate these helpful tips for teaching writing in your homeschool.
Jumpstart your daily homeschool writing lessons with these kid-friendly warm-ups!
Help your special needs child with homeschool writing with 6 tips for kids who struggle with creative and physical writing.
WriteShop homeschool curriculum can carry you from elementary to high school and fully prepare your teens for college writing!
Follow a reluctant boy writer’s journey from 6th-grade story soup to academic master’s thesis.
Teach kids writing conventions, such as grammar and spelling, to help their writing become more readable.
Being a scribe is often the answer when your child hates to physically write.
Once you discover how to teach homeschool writing in measurable, objective ways, your confidence will soar.
The best ways to teach your 3rd-5th grader homeschool writing: what to do and what to expect.
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WriteShop I & II 5th ed. books are here, with refreshed content, updated student instructions, &improved checklists.