Are you looking for some activities and resources that will encourage your children in their writing? There are lots of ideas available that you can take advantage of in your homeschooling.
When my daughter developed an interest in fiction writing, I began to explore ways of developing her skill and encouraging her - and found lots of resources available that I wanted to share with you!
Here are some ways you can really explore homeschool writing.
Even non-competitive children can enjoy entering writing competitions. It gives them a challenge and usually inspires them to try their hardest. Here are some contests that run especially for kids.
|Would you like to help your children improve their fiction by 100%?|
Self-Critique for Fiction Writers is an online course that will teach you and your child how to improve over 100 aspects in fiction writing.
There are several magazines both aimed at children writers - and ones that will publish kids writing.
I was surprised to find that their are several free writing programs and courses on the internet. Not all of these are aimed specifically at kids, but worth taking a look.
It is worth doing a google search on groups in your area that may accept your child - libraries often run kids writing groups. There are also some good online groups and forums that they can join.
I hope this gives you some homeschooling ideas on helping your children develop their writing skills. If I have missed any resources that you think should be mentioned, then do write a review and share with us.