#HOMESCHOOL WRITING

  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…


  Welcome to the new year! It’s January and a traditional time for a fresh start. Maybe you’re thinking of changing from a curriculum that isn’t working out to one that better…


  Winter break is here! Can you keep writing skills sharp while still having fun? Of course! Writing can even become something your children look forward to when you use engaging, creative…


Sponsored by Time4Writing. What’s so great about November? It’s National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo)! Back in 1999, a challenge was issued for creative writers to write 50,000 words…


Sponsored by Time4Writing. This year is an election year! For homeschoolers, it’s an interesting addition to any social studies curriculum. You can learn more with your child about caucuses…


  Ever get the feeling that you could do more to help your children with certain subjects? Writing can be one of those areas where the feeling is strongest if you’re not confident in…


Sponsored by Time4Writing. Was your kids’ summer writing limited to scribbling their names in sidewalk chalk on the driveway? Don’t worry! You have plenty of time to get back in the swing…