Modeling writing for young learners happens naturally as you introduce and talk about writing ideas together.
Pointers help children track words better, strengthening reading and writing skills.
It’s normal for 9-year-olds to be reluctant writers, so how can you motivate them?
Asking questions to prompt writing helps kids come up with ideas, choose stronger words, and develop the ability to think and explain.
Learn how parents can model and teach writing with confidence.
Guiding your kids through the steps of the writing process can position them for success.
Follow a reluctant boy writer’s journey from 6th-grade story soup to academic master’s thesis.
Tips to help teens proofread papers for grammar, punctuation, spelling, and sentence completeness.
Teens learn to add sentence variety and detail to their writing … while also clearing out the clutter!
Teens can look for context, structure, and organization when self-editing stories, essays, and reports.
When teaching writing, try these three simple writing ideas to encourage reluctant writers.
Why is writing so difficult to teach? Learn what hurdles to overcome and how to clear them!
Silly journal prompts make writing fun, especially when kids can write about candy, cookies, and ice cream!
Imagine running a pizza shop for animals where kids create unique pizza recipes for their furry patrons!
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