Modeling writing for young learners happens naturally as you introduce and talk about writing ideas together.
Kids can practice freewriting to develop new ideas and write more vividly and concretely.
Try some fun writing warm-ups to get your kids and teens ready for writing time!
When high school students read before writing, it helps them prepare to write essays and reports.
Prepare your child to write by reading a good picture book together!
Help your child associate writing with fun through play and they won’t even know they’re learning!
Boost writing skills from the backseat without even using a pencil with these hilarious road trip activities.
This family game uses a thesaurus to teach kids and teens how to make better vocabulary choices!
Help children plan and practice adding details to a story by playing a fun variation of hopscotch.
This oral story planning game teaches kids how to plan characters and setting.
This entertaining game introduces kids to planning a 5-paragraph descriptive narrative.
WriteShop shares 8 fun writing ideas from Pinterest
Play this game to help your child remember the key elements of favorite stories!
1. Kids only want to write a paper once. But getting it right the first time is pie-in-the-sky. Perfectionism sets your child up for failure. 2. The writing process is a lot like scrapbooking. Analogies are great teaching tools! Let's say you have a dozen photos to...
Writing games and writing warm-ups serve an important purpose in the writing process.