4 handy ways to teach your child the lost art of writing letters.
In this series of writing worksheets, your child will read an example of a persuasive argument and then answer questions about the text's structure, meaning, and language. Your child will also get practice summarizing the writer's main points. Bonus: your child may use a dictionary...
Can you write a news article? In this language arts worksheet, your child will evaluate a poster and then write a newspaper story about the issue in the poster.
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.
Spark your child's interest in writing at home with engaging, fun activities.
My fourth grader does not have enthusiasm when it comes to writing. How can I evaluate his current writing ability to know if he is on the right path? He has no desire to write and when he does it is very short. I try...
Yes, kids should be out playing. But when you're waiting in line at the grocery store and your child's begging for your smartphone, try one of these apps to keep your child's brain sizzling.
Keep your child's brain actively engaged while school's out with these fun reading, math, science, and art activities.
Get expert advice on common spelling problems in kids with learning disabilities and tips for conquering them.
Your child can practice valuable skills and you can make a memorable gift when you create a family cookbook together.