Free homeschool language arts printables and activities to keep kids writing when school’s cancelled.
Kids will love drawing a cat comic strip using only pictures and sound words like “purr,” “splat,” and “whiz”.
Take a walk outside and observe your surroundings! This writing prompt encourages you to sharpen your observation skills and practice your descriptive writing!
Have a “blast” with this month’s printable writing prompt as you write about a trampoline bounce that goes terribly wrong!
The whole family will have fun writing an adventure story together using these story tiles!
This free printable combines art and writing as kids create a design for a playing card and describe it in detail.
Free printable! 9 delightful, kid-friendly poems to clip or memorize. Ideal for Poem in Your Pocket Day!
Have your student choose an item from each box and create a story. It can be serious or fun-filled and whimsical!
This month we have two printable writing prompts– one geared toward teens and the other for elementary kids!
It’s Valentine’s Day Eve, and all the flowers have disappeared from the shops. Use this free printable to write a news story to investigate the mystery!
Download this free printable writing prompt about a forgotten Christmas bell!
This free printable includes a Christmas story word bank that’s especially helpful for reluctant writers.
Use your imagination and craft a summer caper with words in honor of National Hot Dog Day.
Slip in some warm-weather writing by having your children create a summer acrostic poem!
To prove their mom is the best, kids will both persuade and describe using this Mother’s Day printable.