The ability to creatively stretch one’s mind with skills that can develop a thought on paper is crucial to a well-rounded student. It’s important to set before our teens a writing program that encourages them to enthusiastically do so, and this March Writing Prompt Calendar will definitely do that! It purposefully offers five prompt types […]
Elementary students will be inspired to write with this pack of writing prompts!Children in grades K-4 will love writing with these printable writing prompts. There are 28 prompts included in this pack – one for every day in February! The pack includes prompts that touch on holidays, inspiring questions, and creative writing prompts. Pick and […]
Do you know the difference between handwriting, penmanship, and copywork? The answer is found in these copywork tools! There are 29 pages in the free, printable Copywork Lessons. Included with the copywork pages are a podcast, an explanation of the benefits of copywork, a copywork checklist, and a step-by-step lesson plan. There’s so much information here, you […]
Spark your writer’s creativity with this bundle of winter-themed writing prompts for elementary aged kids.Print these prompts out one at a time or print and bind them into a writing notebook. This pack includes 31 writing prompts – one for every day of the month or January. Kids will write about goals for the new […]
The holidays are a great time to break up the monotony of every day homeschool lessons. You can add in some holiday-themed pages to reinforce what you’ve been working on or to take a break from your normal lessons. Tara, at Embark on the Journey, has just released a fun new writing pack for your elementary-aged […]
Wow! Creative writing will be so much fun for your student with this Writing Jar idea! It comes with 101 free, printable writing prompts. Some of the prompts are serious while others are funny. It’s a great way to get your student looking forward to expressing himself creatively!Click here to download your free printables!
Language Arts is one of those subjects that you are either passionate about or loathe. I happen to be in the first camp and absolutely love grammar, creative writing and even literature. It was one of my best subjects in school and I even tutored it through college. Unfortunately, my children have not yet found […]