Introduce brainstorming ideas through freewriting, story starters, listing, and mapping.
When reluctant writers have trouble with ideas and details, guide and teach them how to plan a story.
Before asking your child to write, model the steps of the brainstorming process first.
Young children love humor! This brainstorming activity helps primary kids plan a funny story.
Help reluctant teens embrace the writing process with tips that can help avoid arguments and apathy.
Learning how to brainstorm with children is as simple as discovering these four different methods to help them write.
Before writing a research paper, narrow the topic and choose your audience.
Kids can practice freewriting to develop new ideas and write more vividly and concretely.
Get creative when you brainstorm with kids ages 9-12, using colorful tools to excite and inspire!
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
Brainstorming is a lot like planning a road trip itinerary: It points your writing in the right direction!
Brainstorming, rough draft, editing, or revising — what’s your teen’s favorite part of writing?
Writing doesn’t always have to be stories and reports. Try writing with lists as a homeschool activity!
Helping kids write about a favorite memory is a perfect way to teach them about the writing process.