Math poetry puts a fun, positive spin on geometry, algebra, fractions, money, or other math concepts.
Students can create a historical newspaper to learn more about a time period in history or a specific day of a famous event.
Use this helpful homeschool checklist to determine if you need a formal writing program.
Special projects let kids demonstrate knowledge of a subject without having to include a lot of writing.
Make writing more exciting through appealing books, writing prompts, publishing projects, and more.
It’s fun and easy to incorporate writing with unit studies through writing across the curriculum.
Imaginative kids can sail on the Mayflower, pan for gold, or create their own historical adventure
Writing becomes fun and meaningful when kids apply writing lessons to history, literature, or science.
Last week we talked about skills and tools a student can use to make his writing more interesting. As we continue this series on 10 Stumbling Blocks to Writing, today's focus turns to a very common writing issue. Stumbling Block #3 Problem: No motivation to write...
High schoolers can use WriteShop II lessons to write about topics from their history studies
This journaling activity lets kids write first-person diary entries as if they were a historical figure or animal.