6 Ways to Help Build Strong Writers Writing can be a challenge, even for the best of students. For some it is a laborious task that provides little enjoyment. For others, it’s an opportunity to be expressive and creative with words. How do you help your child to be one who enjoys writing? Here are 6 ways to help build strong writers. 1. Foster a love of reading The best writers are those who also love to read. Reading helps children experience a variety of writing styles, the creative use of words and different kinds of texts. By helping your child to enjoy reading and getting them hooked Continue Reading...This post may contain affiliate links. See my full disclosure policy.
10 Handwriting Exercises for Preschoolers As your little one reaches three or four, there are already steps that you can take to get him or her interested in writing and in the process of making letters. No, this doesn’t mean sitting down with a manuscript book. Early handwriting exercises can be educational and a lot of fun! Here are 10 handwriting exercises for preschoolers. 1. Get out the Shaving Cream One activity done in many kindergarten classrooms is spreading shaving cream out on table tops. Allow your child to write his or her letters, names of friends or other familiar words in Continue Reading...This post may contain affiliate links. See my full disclosure policy.