The “My Family” paragraph is the perfect assignment to teach or review the steps of writing a paragraph. Find out just how to teach it!
Make writing fun for your elementary and middle school students with these writing lesson ideas and activities for homeschool and the classroom.
Using National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) with Students: Inspiring Young Writers at Every Level
November 1st kicks off NaNoWriMo! Here are some ideas for how to use it with your students in elementary, middle, and high school!
Curious about the lifelong benefits of teaching kids how to use a planner? Find out how planning fosters organization, time management, and independence, helping them become more confident and paving the way for a successful future!
With so many (SO MANY!) homeschool curriculums to choose from, it can be challenging to know which ones are going to work best for you and your family.
Writing outlines are not always the easiest thing to teach, but they can make a huge difference in students’ success. Here are some tricks for teaching them!
Do you have students with dysgraphia in your classroom? Here are some tips for how to help students with dysgraphia succeed!
Dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia…what do each of these entail? And is there anything that links them? Read on for a summary of the 3 Ds.
Spark some fun today by doing secret code writing. Learning to make a secret code to cracking a coded message, your kids will love it all!
Are you looking for a fun way to get your kids reflecting on the year that was? Our Best Memory of the Year printable is perfect!
Do you feel like banging your head against the wall when teaching writing? Writing anchor charts will ease frustration for you and students.
Think it’s impossible to make penmanship practice fun? Think again! Check out these five ways to make penmanship practice a blast!
Keep your kids writing all summer long with these fun summer writing prompts for elementary age students! They’re engaging and creative!
Teaching cursive is about more than just nice penmanship; it’s teaching learners of all ages to become more fluent writers.