It’s possible for self-editing to go from a hated chore to a task kids actually enjoy!
Editing skills improve with time and practice. Homeschool moms can approach their kids’ writing more objectively with these helpful editing tips.
Model writing through conversation to help children grow in their effective use of language.
Tips to help reluctant teen writers deal with writer’s block, frustration, and perfectionism.
Don’t let your teens depend on you to fix their writing. Hold them responsible to do their part!
Tips for homeschool parents who need help learning how to edit and grade high school writing
Self-editing is hard, but here are 7 ways to make the process easier during homeschool writing lessons.
Great tips for how to love your kids’ writing, especially when you’d rather wad it into a ball and toss it across the room.
Whether you’re teaching a homeschool co-op or five high school English classes, editing and grading compositions and essays has the potential to suck the very life out of you. Even if you devote a mere 5 minutes a week to 100 compositions, you’d spend over 8 hours on...
When it comes to chores, character training, and schoolwork, you can’t always be the nice guy, the friend. Nope. You’ve got to be the parent, which means it falls to you to judge and evaluate your kids’ work. But if you don't evaluate with wisdom and purpose, you can...
The Parent Editor: Beauty or Beast? Grading or editing your kids' writing assignments can bring out the beast in the most agreeable parent. When a paper is filled with errors, it can be hard to see past the mistakes---especially if they crop up again and again. Yes,...