Short writing projects and bite-size assignments make writing more manageable for homeschool children with learning challenges.
Is your homeschool child a reluctant writer?
Why is your child such a reluctant writer? Is there such a thing as giving too much help?
6 ways to help your special needs child with homeschool writing
Help your special needs child with homeschool writing with 6 tips for kids who struggle with creative and physical writing.
How being a scribe is the answer when your child hates to write
Being a scribe is often the answer when your child hates to physically write.
3 learning disabilities that affect homeschool writing
Dyslexia, dysgraphia, and ADHD are 3 learning disabilities that affect homeschool writing.
Digital tools that make writing fun for struggling homeschool kids
Digital tools like speech-to-text apps make writing fun and help struggling writers adapt.
Writing with lists: Fun and useful homeschool writing assignments
Writing doesn’t always have to be stories and reports. Try writing with lists as a homeschool activity!
9 tips to help reluctant homeschool writers conquer the blank page
The blank page can intimidate reluctant writers. These tips can help them overcoming their fear.
Should my tween’s writing assignments be handwritten or typed?
Is my twelve-year-old supposed to write each of the assignments by hand, or can he type them?
Taking the tears out of copywork
Tips for children who can’t finish copywork because they daydream or keep losing their place.