Here’s a fun way to spread some Valentine cheer among your kids! Make a Valentine Mailbox!
In middle and high school, students should learn the basics of how to write a formal business letter.
How can you help your teen develop stronger writing skills for college and the workplace?
Creative letter-writing prompts let kids apply for a job in a candy shop or rebuke a naughty appliance.
During Write to a Friend Month, kids will love these creative ideas that spark and encourage them to write letters by hand.
Try these fun letter-writing prompts to tickle your children’s imagination!
Set kids loose to journal about favorite books, write to a pen pal, or use imaginative story starters!
Write uplifting, cheerful messages to people who could especially use a letter of encouragement.
Narration activities are perfect when age, immaturity, or lack of skill with a pencil prevents little ones from recording their own ideas.
As we continue celebrating National Poetry Month, I'd like to share a few more great (and free) online poetry links and resources with you. Poetry Links Poetry-Writing Workshop with Karla Kuskin - Children's poet Karla Kuskin helps children turn their words and ideas...
Children will enjoy this Friendly Letter Boogie movement activity to help them remember the parts of a friendly letter.
It's December 20th, and I still haven't written my Christmas letter for 2010. But hope springs eternal! If you're in the same boat, you might appreciate a few ideas to inspire you. Creative Christmas Letters 1. Use a newspaper format with major events written as...