I just wanted to let you know that I added a new video to explain why and how we used a Writing Workshop in our homeschool. You’ll find that at the Writing Workshop page – homeschoolden.com/writing-workshop
Just click here:
Also, I talked for almost a half-hour. Sorry! Guess I need to turn the chatter box in me off a little bit! Hope this is helpful!
That post also shares some of our Writing Resources
and, if you scroll to the end, there are some Practical Pointers for Working with a Reluctant Writer (or any writer!).
Here are a few related posts that might be of interest:
If you are interested in how we use Literature Textbooks in Our Homeschool, you can visit this post. Obviously that ties closely to our Writing Workshop!! 🙂Plus, my kids have also done a lot of independent reading. Here are some of the classics we used…
In this post I shared some of the literature that is on our reading list for grades 7 to 9. These are well-known classics. We’re pretty flexible in that I won’t make them finish a book they “hate.” Life’s too short and their are too many amazing books!
Let me add that our list changes as the kids’ interest change and as we cover different things in our homeschool.
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