Kids usually have a lot to say when it comes to their birthdays. Instead of talking about it, challenge your child to write about it instead!
Keep this cute printable on your first grader's bedside table, and when she wakes up, have her write a story about her dreams.
When your child uses this worksheet, he'll work on his storytelling ability and a ton of other helpful skills as well.
What turned Louie's frown upside-down? This cute story starter gets your first grader writing a turtle tale.
Use storytime to tell a tale with your child, and let her practice important skills. While she's imagining she can use blank handwriting paper to record her ideas and practice writing, too.
Here are a few ways to help your first grader think about winter, by doing a little writing and drawing about the season.
It's raining, it's pouring... This cute and colorful printable gets her thinking about her favorite rainy day activities.
There's no better way to get your kid thinking about the weather than by having him write about it. Kids write a sentence about the weather in each picture.
Give your child practice with his writing skills with this printable writing worksheet that prompts your child to write about rainbows.
Although kids these days have never heard of snail mail, writing letters is a very important skill to have! This worksheet will show you how, step-by-step.