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Kindergarten basics 2: Getting ready to write

Cutting, pasting, and playing ball will help prepare your child's hands for writing.

Letter writing for kids

4 handy ways to teach your child the lost art of writing letters.

Writing letters c and o

In this early writing worksheet, your child practices tracing and writing lowercase letters c and o.

Write your name

Can you write your name? This early writing worksheet lets your child identify the letters in his or her name and practice writing it.

Writing a report about dinosaurs

Learn how to write a basic report! In this language arts worksheet, your child will read a nonfiction passage about dinosaurs and then use the text to answer questions in complete sentences.

My Kindergartner Refuses to Write or Draw

My child refuses to write his name or make any attempt at drawing pictures. When given a pencil, crayons and paper he just makes small marks in the same place until there is a hole in the paper. He just says, "I can't."...

Kindergarten signs and symptoms of an LD

How do you know if your child has a learning disability? Learn to read the signs.

Tips for helping your child with writing assignments

Written language may be the most difficult form of language expression. For children with LD, it can be a serious challenge. Learn how to support your child in this important subject.

Your kindergartner and writing under the Common Core Standards

Writing goes from zero to 60 in kindergarten, from tracing the ABCs and culminating in higher level thinking skills like forming, organizing, and expressing complete thoughts.

Seven great ways to encourage kids' writing

Spark your child's interest in writing at home with engaging, fun activities.

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