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#HOMESCHOOL WRITING

Sponsored by Time4Writing.com Hip hip hooray, it’s summer! So, how do you keep your writers writing when the sunshine beckons? Well, the key is to keep things fun and relaxed. Yes, you can…


Guest post by Sandra Larson In elementary school, children are encouraged to write short stories. The stories often do not have a plot, well-developed characters, or conflict. Many times,…


Sponsored post by Time4Writing.com Ahhh, welcome summer! Summer means vacation time for most students; but the lazy, hazy, crazy days of summer don’t have to mean that the hard-earned writing…


This post sponsored by Time4Writing.com Every year on April 22nd we celebrate Earth Day! This Spring holiday is all about promoting eco-awareness and encouraging us to become more proactive…


Guest post by Melissa Webb It was my first year in middle school. My new 6th-grade history teacher was young, energetic, and stylish! I just knew I would love her. And as a lifelong…


Sponsored by Time4Writing.com The English language is complex, no doubt about it. Hidden among the thousands of common words we use every day, lurk some of the most troublesome. There are…


Sponsored by Time4Writing.com Welcome, winter! Ah, chilly days and snowflakes, hot chocolate and good books, and a warm fire dancing in the hearth… Winter is a wonderful time to get creative…


Sponsored post by Time4Writing.com Now that a couple of months have passed, and you’ve gotten back into the rhythm of the new homeschool year, you might be noticing that your student isn’t…


Think back to the first time you ever held your newborn in your arms. That wriggling, tiny bundle of arms and legs felt so vulnerable in your grasp that you couldn’t help but feel your stomach…


Just because summer is drawing to a close, and the homeschool calendar is already filling up, that doesn’t mean children suddenly lose their curiosity or passion for play.  When it’s time…