How can you help your teen develop stronger writing skills for college and the workplace?
Grammar matters! Poor grammar, spelling, and punctuation can interfere with your student’s writing success.
Looking for ways to strengthen your writing? Try these tips for brainstorming and revising, improving word choice, and constructing better sentences.
Alexis Bonari is joining me today as a guest blogger here at In Our Write Minds. Today, Alexis shares some helpful tips on commonly confused---and misused---words. It’s difficult for any teacher to contradict the overwhelming number of usage errors in everyday...
Teach kids writing conventions, such as grammar and spelling, to help their writing become more readable.
Sometimes we get grammar questions in the WriteShop mailbag. Q: How is it determined when commas are needed or not needed between adjectives in a series? In WriteShop's Copying and Dictation Exercises, Lesson 5, there's a phrase I'm confused about. “Bright, fresh...
When editing your kids’ writing, how do you find the balance between appreciating content and addressing errors?