Journal-style reports let kids write first-person diary entries as if they were a historical figure—or even an animal!
Math poetry puts a fun, positive spin on geometry, algebra, fractions, money, or other math concepts.
Imaginative students can combine creativity with writing using these art-inspired writing projects.
Students can create a historical newspaper to learn more about a time period in history or a specific day of a famous event.
Take a break from book reports and essays and try a few nature-inspired writing projects!
Teens can explore their culinary passion with a writing project about food and culture.
Special projects let kids demonstrate knowledge of a subject without having to include a lot of writing.
Springboarding from authentic historical journals, students write diary entries in their own words.
Follow up your homeschool field trip with an exciting writing activity that appeals to your children.
Pioneer writing prompts about covered wagons, log cabins, and adventures on the American frontier!
Explore foreign cultures and write about children around the world with these geography journal prompts!
It’s fun and easy to incorporate writing with unit studies through writing across the curriculum.
Imaginative kids can sail on the Mayflower, pan for gold, or create their own historical adventure
Project-based writing ideas for writing across the curriculum let kids write in the ways they learn best.
Writing becomes fun and meaningful when kids apply writing lessons to history, literature, or science.