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Here's a cheat sheet on where your child's writing skills should be at the beginning and end of third grade.
The same attitude that can drives parents crazy may also be the key to powerful and evocative writing. Here are ways to harnass your teen's spunk for good:
Teens with stellar SAT results haven't just given themselves a leg up to a great school, they've also scored themselves a publishing gig.
In middle school, students are expected to organize, synthesize, and take real ownership of their essays.  Here's what parents can do to help.
Here's a sampling of writing prompts to help your child understand different styles.
Here's how to help your child plan, research, and organize her upcoming research project or long paper.
Poor performance in language arts is not necessarily a life sentence, but it can feel that way to a first grader.  Here's what parents can do to help.
Story-time is important. But it doesn't have to always mean sitting down with child and book in lap, and reading. Instead, try creating a story together.
Correct pencil grip can not only improve handwriting, it can also help with overall brain development as well. So just what is the right way to hold a pencil?
Want to inspire a love of writing in your child, but aren't sure where to begin? Here are four expert tips to help turn your child onto the written word.
Writing a descriptive essay may be challenging, but children have the material, in their memory and imagination, to create a successful one.
Here are six journal ideas to turn your child onto writing.
This essay writing competition could win your family a trip to the Everglades!
A pen pal helps practice reading and writing, and teaches kids about life in other countries. Find out how to get your child a pen pal here.
Toss that text book. Here are four great ways to turn your child into a punctuation stickler.
What better day to remind your children of the importance of the handwritten word than today?
A discussion of materials that can be used to help develop a child's fine motor skills.
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