Kids can practice freewriting to develop new ideas and write more vividly and concretely.
This simple lesson helps kids experiment with description that is full of life and movement.
Through sensory language, concrete writing is the key that unlocks the door of the reader’s imagination.
By choosing vivid details when describing a place, good writers bring life and emotion to their writing.
A food can be cold and rubbery or rich, flaky, and savory. Teach kids to use vivid words to describe tasty or yucky foods!
These tips for writing concisely will help teens express as much as possible without using unnecessary words or details.
With just 11 words and 5 short lines, a cinquain poem is compact and loaded with descriptive words!
Teens who love to write will appreciate these tips to hone their craft.
Looking for ways to strengthen your writing? Try these tips for brainstorming and revising, improving word choice, and constructing better sentences.
Teach kids to write a diamante poem—a fun, diamond-shaped poems about opposites.
Tips for effective writing include using active voice, parallelism, and concrete language.