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Teaching your children how to write can be a little frustrating at times. In order to better equip you, the teacher, it is important to know about the different stages of writing.

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Did you even know that there are different stages to your children’s writing skills and ability? The Measured Mom has a great post about the early stages of writing. She breaks down the different stages of writing from scribbling to writing in simple sentences. There are 5 different stages our children go through and she gives teaching tips and mini lessons for each stage of writing. I found this post so extremely helpful!

Get the free teaching tips with detailed instructions HERE.

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