Once you discover how to teach homeschool writing in measurable, objective ways, your confidence will soar.
Before asking your child to write, model the steps of the brainstorming process first.
Help reluctant teens embrace the writing process with tips that can help avoid arguments and apathy.
Part 3 looks at note-taking, outlining, writing, and revising the research paper.
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.
Teens and adults can use these building blocks of the creative process to write a fictional story
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!
Brainstorming, rough draft, editing, or revising — what’s your teen’s favorite part of writing?
Teens can look for context, structure, and organization when self-editing stories, essays, and reports.
Don’t let your teens depend on you to fix their writing. Hold them responsible to do their part!
Helping kids write about a favorite memory is a perfect way to teach them about the writing process.
The best ways to teach your 3rd-5th grader homeschool writing: what to do and what to expect.
The blank page can intimidate reluctant writers. These tips can help them overcoming their fear.