If “old school” is reading, writing, and arithmetic, then why is learning to write or the skill of composition left out for “someday, when your student is older?” Did you know your child begins their journey as a writer in pre-school? Each growth and development milestone is important, and there are practical ways you as a parent can help your child move to the next writing level. Beth Mora, homeschool mom, co-op teacher, and author of Here to Help Learning’s Writing Program will identify growth and development benchmarks and present sensible teaching tips for each writing level. She will also address how to correct a child’s paper without squelching their spirits and what you can do as a parent to create a culture for writing in your home.
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