Celebrate with us the 100th birthday of the U. S. National Park Service! This bundle of prompts for 5th – 12th graders contains over a dozen creative writing prompts on parks: city, national, and international.
For more information on the National Park Service, including a cool page on nature’s sounds, follow this link. >>
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Could your students use some writing tools?
Your students have to come up with a paragraph or an essay, but they do not know where to begin. They do not know where to get ideas, how to formulate a plan, how to narrow down their topic, how to organize their ideas, how to write a credible paragraph, and so on.
Does this sound familiar?
Then you’ve come to the right place! Use the links below to equip your students with the writing tools they need to be successful this year. Many of these links contain tutorials and free worksheets to download. I hope you like #s 10 and 11. Thousands of moms and teachers have already downloaded them and found happiness. 😉
Ready? Let’s go . . .
- Where can students get ideas for their essays, ideas they just may be interested in writing about? Click on over to this fun tutorial that involves your students’ initials.
I was drowning. I needed help. My joy over homeschooling was robbed because I kept comparing myself to other homeschool moms.
My comparison battle
As a homeschool mom, I compared myself with other homeschool families. You know what I mean: reading levels and SAT scores of other children,