You can prepare your child to write by reading a good picture book together as a prewriting activity.
A homeschool creative writing center lets kids practice and reinforce writing skills in a fun, relaxed setting!
Play a sentence-building game with your homeschool kids to reinforce parts of speech and help them write stronger sentences.
Jumpstart your daily homeschool writing lessons with these kid-friendly warm-ups!
Sometimes, all a reluctant writer needs is a catchy, clever, or silly topic to set ideas in motion. StoryBuilders to the rescue!
Young children will have fun making a paper plate story pocket to “publish” their story.
Children will enjoy this Friendly Letter Boogie movement activity to help them remember the parts of a friendly letter.
Play this fun game to help homeschooled children remember the key elements of favorite stories!
Describe winter as a person! Invite kids to explore figurative language and personification with this fun writing activity.
The 5 Ws help children organize their thoughts before writing a paragraph on the meaning of Christmas.
Pointers help children track words better, strengthening reading and writing skills.
This fun adjective game makes learning “describing words” more meaningful to K-3rd graders.
Make a mini-book with your young kids to introduce the concept of nouns.
Hands-on homeschool writing center activities let kids write about rainforests, favorite books, family news, and more!
Fun writing center activities include poetry, silly sentences, and describing exercises!