Most popular blog posts of 2014

Most popular blog posts of 2014 include writing prompts, writing across the curriculum, high school writing ideas, and seasonal writing activities.

Happy New Year!

2014 has been a fun and busy year here at WriteShop. In June, we introduced WriteShop Junior Book E, which has quickly become one of our most popular products. Throughout the spring and summer, we enjoyed meeting many of you at homeschool conferences around the country. And here on the blog, we’ve kept your kids’ pens flying with 52 weeks of engaging writing prompts.

Looking back over a year of blogging, I’ve highlighted each of 2014’s most popular blog posts (most read) by month.

2014: TOP POSTS BY MONTH

January

Screwtape Letter Feel Like Failure

So You Feel Like a Failure? Screwtape Letter for the Homeschool Mom

February

Speech Writing Tips for High School Students

Speech-Writing Tips for High School Students

March

Detective Writing Prompts

Detective Writing Prompts

April

Minecraft Prompts

Minecraft Writing Prompts

May

These kid-friendly writing prompts celebrate the little things under our feet.

“I Spy” Writing Prompts

June

3 Ways to Keep Kids Writing This Summer

3 Ways to Keep Kids Writing This Summer

July

Minecraft More 1

More Minecraft Writing Prompts

August

Summer Vacation Prompts 1

Summer Vacation Writing Prompts for Kids

September

Fictional Characters - Collage

Writing Prompts about Fictional Book Characters

October

Writing across curriculum ideas

78 Ideas for Writing Across the Curriculum

November

These writing prompts about gratitude help children and teens focus on the gifts of family, friends, and creation.

Writing Prompts about Gratitude

December

Christmas Memories Journal Prompts

50 Christmas Memories Journal Prompts

2014: TOP ARTICLES OF THE YEAR

And here are the five most-visited blog articles of the past year. Though some of these were written before 2014, they continue to encourage and inspire our readers with their timeless content.

#1

Childhood girls

22 Writing Prompts That Jog Childhood Memories

#2

Describing a Place | Writing with Vivid Vocabulary

Describing a Place | Choosing Vocabulary

#3

Pet Peeves

Pet Peeves, Apostrophes, and Plural Family Names

#4

High School Writing 2

7 Pinterest Ideas for High School Writing

#5

How to write a standout college application essay

How to Write a Standout College Application Essay

 

 

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