Teens who love to write will appreciate these tips to hone their craft.
Hands-on homeschool writing center activities let kids write about rainforests, favorite books, family news, and more!
Invite kids to use paint chip names as inspiration for writing a descriptive story.
This free printable combines art and writing as kids create a design for a playing card and describe it in detail.
Simple descriptive writing prompts can help young kids break through writer’s block!
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.
Descriptive writing prompts that encourage teens to describe objects, people, and personality traits.
A food can be cold and rubbery or rich, flaky, and savory. Teach kids to use vivid words to describe tasty or yucky foods!
Spring is in the air! It’s a great time to look for fresh writing opportunities for your children.
When spring fever strikes, head outdoors to try descriptive writing and spring journal prompts.
When teaching writing, try these three simple writing ideas to encourage reluctant writers.
Learn how to describe a person using vivid vocabulary and keen observation skills.
Do you have a creative writing center in your home? Don't let the name fool you: these centers are both flexible and portable---whether you have a dedicated school room or you homeschool all over the house! A homeschool creative writing center lets kids practice...