#HOMESCHOOL WRITING

Guest Post by Gabriel Morse “Ugh, why do I have to write about these people?”  “Who cares about book reports, anyways?” I have to admit I used to employ these stalling tactics…


We've all heard it said that April showers bring May flowers, and here we are enjoying the results of all the rain of the last month! Did you know that May is celebrated as Gifts of the Garden…


APRIL 21, 2022

Writing War or Peace?

Guest Post by Gabriel Morse Teaching our children how to write well can often seem more like a war than a homeschool classroom. The declaration of war from our children may arrive in the open…


Now that a couple of months have passed, and you’ve gotten back into the rhythm of the new year, you might be noticing that your student isn’t always looking forward to his or her writing…


As far back as I can remember, I've always been a sucker for pretty journals, notebooks, pens...any kind of writing supplies. Even as a kid, I loved collecting sparkly, pretty places to write…


Many people wonder today if cursive handwriting and writing cursive letters is important enough to continue teaching... Here's one experienced homeschool mom's perspective. Crystal…


  Writing can be a difficult subject to teach and learn. Many children approach writing with anxiety and uncertainty, seeing it as something filled with subjectivity and open to criticism.…


  Why is writing so different from other school tasks? For most kids, writing takes a higher level of concentration and perseverance. Like reading, writing places a lot of information…


Guest post by Kimberly Smith. The other day I was looking over my homeschool emails and saw a post about not putting too much pressure on writing. It was not about handwriting, but about writing…


  With the pandemic, school closings, and remote learning still a reality in communities from coast to coast, children are facing challenges like never before. If you need a way to help…