When editing your kids’ writing, how do you find the balance between appreciating content and addressing errors?
Ways to give your kids writing feedback, plus tips to help you overcome insecurity and doubt about editing and evaluating their writing lessons.
Editing doesn’t need to be a negative or intimidating experience for your K-3rd grader
Editing skills improve with time and practice. Homeschool moms can approach their kids’ writing more objectively with these helpful editing tips.
Are you looking for ways to make the process of grading writing less subjective?
A terrific round-up of blog posts, Pins, and Instagram faves to help you teach your own reluctant writer.
Tips for homeschool parents who need help learning how to edit and grade high school writing
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.
Try these ideas to help improve kids’ editing skills and make the process more positive.
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...
Correct and grade wisely. An arbitrary grade based on feelings (”This feels like a B-”) won’t help your student become a better writer. Tip 4: Offer helpful and consistent feedback. Use objective checklists to help you pinpoint specific areas to improve. Value your...