Some teens just do not like to write. They may feel overwhelmed or stuck when they are having to write for a school assignment. How can we as parents help our homeschooled teens when they are reluctant to write?
It can be frustrating as a parent when our teens are struggling with school, sometimes we may not be sure of what to say or do or how to encourage them when they are frustrated. WriteShop specializes in teaching kids how to write, so they have some great tips to help us encourage our teens when they may be stuck. There are ten truths that we can give to our teens when they are reluctant to write. These will encourage them to press on, and give them some ideas and suggestions to keep going.
You can get the 10 writing tips and truths for reluctant teens HERE.
Take a look at some of these creative writing books geared to teens:
Rip the Page!: Adventures in Creative WritingCreative Writing for TeensSpilling Ink: A Young Writer’s Handbook50 FUN Creative Writing Prompts – Just for Teen Girls: Spark Your Fun-Schooling Adventure! (Purse-Sized Homeschooling Books for Teens) (Volume 1)Start Where You Are: A Journal for Self-ExplorationBecoming Me: A Work in Progress: Color, Journal & Brainstorm Your Way to a Creative LifeCreative Writing Prompts: Over 100 Creative Writing Prompts To Inspire The Writer Inside YouWriting Advice for Teens: Creating Stories