Teens who love to write will appreciate these tips to hone their craft.
Through sensory language, concrete writing is the key that unlocks the door of the reader’s imagination.
These tips for writing concisely will help teens express as much as possible without using unnecessary words or details.
Here’s an icy blast of words that will help your kids write stories about winter!
This family game uses a thesaurus to teach kids and teens how to make better vocabulary choices!
Editing tools for young writers help children acquire important self-editing skills and grow to see editing as a natural part of the writing process.
For the past several weeks, we've been looking at writing issues that plague students and their parents. Writing isn't a one-size-fits-all subject, but certainly there are overarching principles that apply to many students and situations. In this series, 10 Stumbling...
Try this idea for a pocket word bank to help children choose stronger synonyms.
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...