Use writing prompts as a standalone tool or alongside your homeschool writing program.
These writing prompts about the heart of Easter will help kids reflect on the true meaning and joy of the season.
Do your kids go crazy for cats? Tempt them to pick up their pencils and have some fun with these prompts!
Kids who complain “I can’t think of anything to write about!” will love some fresh ideas.
Add variety to a teen’s writing with essay prompts about lesser-known or unusual October holidays.
No matter your homeschool style, try these four dynamic writing ideas to inspire your kids.
Imaginative story starters give young children a chance to dream up tales of adventure and mystery.
Slip in some warm-weather writing by having your children create a summer acrostic poem!
Inspire your teen to learn more about Honor America Days, our nation, and the American flag.
As vivid as a moment seems at the time, memories fade. These childhood memories prompts will help jog them!
Investigation and imagination help teens dig into three creative writing prompts about art!
Have some creative fun with essay prompts featuring extraordinary mothers from across time and imagination.
Spring is in the air! It’s a great time to look for fresh writing opportunities for your children.
Before the snow melts, treat the kids to writing prompts that will leave them shivering in their boots!
During the holidays, let the children have some fun with these Christmas journal prompts.