Take the guesswork out of proofreading with a couple of simple proofreading strategies. Use the “find function” to speed up proofreading.
You’ve tried limiting their time in these activities, but it’s hard to keep them busy in the summer without them crying, “I’m bored!” and you feel like their not really learning or growing. Let’s engage them by using their playing as learning.
Sometimes it’s hard to write better character descriptions. Have you ever felt frustrated when you get a paper back, and it says in red ink, “include more description” or “show, don’t tell?” Here’s an activity that’ll help write better character descriptions and show instead of tell.
The one lesson planning strategy I use that saves TONS of time and creates hundreds of lessons in minutes
Our focus for today’s lesson on how to Teach Writing to Homeschoolers. In this post, you’ll learn one of my number one strategies for teaching kids using “fun repetition.”
Use more dialogue. Nuff said. You could just skip this one. Or you could read it and do the exercise. As long as you use more dialogue.
We’re going to look at two kinds of boring verbs: “State of Being” verbs and linking verbs. Both kinds slow down or make your writing stale. Freshen your writing by eliminating the following verbs.