Make writing less stressful with these simple adjustments to your teaching approach!
Part 3 looks at note-taking, outlining, writing, and revising the research paper.
Teens learn to add sentence variety and detail to their writing … while also clearing out the clutter!
Brainstorming, rough draft, editing, or revising — what’s your teen’s favorite part of writing?
Self-editing is hard, but here are 7 ways to make the process easier during homeschool writing lessons.
“Why do we need to revise?” Kids discover for themselves how much better writing sounds when they take time to improve it.
Looking for ways to strengthen your writing? Try these tips for brainstorming and revising, improving word choice, and constructing better sentences.
Sometimes, your teen's opposition to writing has nothing at all to do with laziness, procrastination, perfectionism, or confidence---and everything to do with relevance. In other words, she resists writing because she wonders: What's the point? This brings us to...
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...
A WRITER'S ALPHABET I will… Accept feedback and suggestions Brainstorm to get my ideas on paper Create word pictures Develop my narrative voices Edit my writing Find synonyms Give my writing the time it deserves Hone in on details Imagine the...