This “recipe” will help your kids prepare, season, garnish, and sweeten their writing.
Learn how parents can model and teach writing with confidence.
Use this helpful homeschool checklist to determine if you need a formal writing program.
This simple lesson helps kids experiment with description that is full of life and movement.
Using active voice and lively, concrete verbs helps students achieve their goal of painting a vivid word picture.
Through sensory language, concrete writing is the key that unlocks the door of the reader’s imagination.
Writing strategies to help highly verbal children create more concise, manageable stories.
By choosing vivid details when describing a place, good writers bring life and emotion to their writing.
Solid roots help establish a firm foundation for kids, not just in life, but also in writing skills.
A food can be cold and rubbery or rich, flaky, and savory. Teach kids to use vivid words to describe tasty or yucky foods!
Guiding your kids through the steps of the writing process can position them for success.
Teens and adults can use these building blocks of the creative process to write a fictional story
This poetry roundup has tons of resources, activities, poetry lessons, and freebies for teaching poetry.
Do you tend to expect too much independence or focus on mistakes? These tips will encourage you!
Opportunities for kids to share their stories, poems, and essays with someone other than Mom!