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.
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!
5 ideas for summer writing fun, including travel journals, travel brochures, and photojournaling
Invite kids to use paint chip names as inspiration for writing a descriptive story.
This simple lesson helps kids experiment with description that is full of life and movement.
No matter your homeschool style, try these four dynamic writing ideas to inspire your kids.
What’s in the Bag? is a fun prewriting game that teaches kids about descriptive word choice.
Try some fun writing warm-ups to get your kids and teens ready for writing time!
Young writers can learn ways to gather a few gold nuggets of Grandma’s storytelling.