Spring is in the air! It’s a great time to look for fresh writing opportunities for your children.
Simple ways to increase your child’s vocabulary and make their writing stronger!
Create a journal legacy filled with snippets future generations will learn from and enjoy.
Family travel affords a great opportunity to start a journal. These fun prompts will get them started!
Conversation journals are simple spiral notebooks that help you connect heart-to-heart with your child!
What’s in your child’s “invisible pocket”? Download this free printable writing prompt and invite him to write about this secret pocket.
After a busy week in the classroom, Friday evenings were a quiet, delightful treat: Delightful because I got to curl up on my living room couch, with cookies and tea, and read through my students' journals. Delightful because the brightly colored pocket folders held...
If your 8- to 12-year-old hates journaling (or writing in general), try becoming your child’s pen pal.
This journaling activity lets kids write first-person diary entries as if they were a historical figure or animal.