Writing Article Archive
Building Writing Skills
- Handwritten Thank-You Notes Offer Many Ways To LearnParents can add humor—and math and history learning—to this task, which is one that most children initially resist.
- Help Your Teenager Become a Confident WriterA literacy coach and author shares tips to help parents encourage their teen’s writing ability—without doing the work for them or having them take offense during the editing process.
- Help Your Child Build Writing SkillsParents can help by encouraging their children to embrace the concept of revision. Through reviewing and revising, kids will soon see their writing improve.
- Build Your Teen's Writing SkillsThe ability to express oneself in writing is an important skill.
- Encourage Your Teen To WriteThe ability to write well becomes more important as students move through school.
- 4 Writing Styles Your Child Should KnowIn middle school, your child will be asked to write both fiction and nonfiction. And he’ll have to be able to use several different formats for each kind of writing.
- 6 Keys for Good WritingKnowing six key areas of writing can help improve your child’s compositions.
- Have Kids Write About Their InterestsThere’s an old saying among writers: “Write what you know.” Invite your child to follow that good advice.
- 8 Steps to a Strong ParagraphKnowing how to write a good paragraph is a key to successful writing.
- Practice Different Kinds of WritingThere are many different reasons to put words onto paper.
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