Kindergarten is one of the most delightful ages for read alouds–kids are full of wonder, awe, and silliness, and the selection of picture books available to them is enormous. Here are 50 of the best books for kindergarten, including many timeless classics and new favorites.
April is National Poetry Month, a time to celebrate poets and their craft. It’s also the perfect time to study poetry with your learners. Here are 17 of our favorite poems about spring for kids.
This honors-level online high school writing course teaches kids everything they need to be college-ready writers, including academic and creative writing, while allowing parents to stay involved with their children’s education.
Writing poetry with kids is a delightful exercise. Use these poetry writing prompts for kids and poetry starters to inspire young poets.
WriteAtHome offers online writing courses for homeschoolers that can be completed in 8-weeks, a semester, or a year.Read our review here.
Story starters are an excellent way to get kids writing quickly. Here are eight ways you can integrate story starters into your language arts lessons.
Short stories have a lot of work to do. They have to convey vivid details about setting and characters while advancing a cohesive plot in a limited amount of space. Using a story planner template is an effective way to ensure a positive short story writing experience for both new and experienced writers.
Do your students grumble when it’s time to practice writing? Is getting them to write an essay about as much fun as getting grapefruit juice in your eye? Maybe it’s time to try some fun writing activities instead. Here are ten of our family’s favorite creative writing activities for kids.
The high school English curriculum created by PAC Works offers maximum flexibility and helps students master their English writing skills before college.
If you have young writers who are struggling to complete their stories, NaNoWriMo for kids may be the answer. Here are 5 reasons to give it a shot.