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Make writing fun for your elementary and middle school students with these writing lesson ideas and activities for homeschool and the classroom.

100 Would You Rather Questions for Kids

Get to know your favorite people better with these fun 100 Would You Rather Questions for Kids! What is Would You Rather? Would You Rather is a quirky question game made for all ages.  It’s simple, fun, and highly addictive.  What’s great about playing this with the kiddos is that you will most definitely learn …

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Christmas Alphabet Handwriting Worksheets

Whether your child needs practice with printing or cursive handwriting, these free Christmas alphabet handwriting worksheets are a great way to incorporate some writing fun into the holidays! Christmas Alphabet Worksheets Handwriting has always been an important part of our homeschooling. Our oldest has dysgraphia so we spent a lot of time working on letter …

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May Writing Prompts BINGO {Free Printable}

Get your kids ready for a creative way to journal this May with this FREE May Writing Prompt Bingo game! UPDATE: A Digital Version to add to Google Classroom is now available as well! Writing prompts are fantastic tools to use with kids, especially if they occasionally struggle with what to journal about. Plus, it’s …

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April Writing Prompts – Free Printable Journal Writing BINGO

Finding ways to encourage kids to practice their writing can be difficult, but when you make a game out of it there is more fun to be had. These April writing prompts are organized on a bingo board to provide a new approach to journaling. This free printable bingo board incorporates twenty-five fresh writing prompt …

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How to Start a Nature Journal with Kids

Spring and summer offer us the perfect opportunities to get outside and soak up the sun. As homeschoolers, that time can be used to sneak in learning and cultivate curiosity. So, why not use that time to start a nature journal? Creating a nature journal instills a deep love of the environment while building so many …

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