Summer Learning Tips: Writing

Literacy | 07/20/2018

Eura Chang
State Operations Coordinator

Reading and writing go hand in hand, but did you know that practicing writing can actually improve a child’s literacy skills? Various studies have clearly demonstrated the tremendously positive impact that writing can have on reading comprehension and fluency.

The summer months are a fantastic time for your child to see how fun writing can be! Encourage your child to write as much as possible using the suggestions and links below. The best part is, all your child needs to improve their writing skills is paper, a pencil, and their own imagination and creativity!

  • Help your child create a special place of their own to jot down their thoughts and observations by making a personalized journal. Instructions here.
  • Get the juices flowing by asking your child to answer a thought provoking prompt from this list.
  • Inspire your child by reading a book written as a journal from the main character’s point of view. Find a list of some books here.
  • Read a book and use the story to spark some writing by using one of these suggestions from Scholastic. 

 

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