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  3. Jenn
    @ 9:17 pm

    Thank you for such a quick response!

    I’ve not been too strict with grading their writing…even though I love very much writing!

    My son is 10 and daughter is 11. My daughter will be doing 6th grade work this year. She loves to journal and write. She has even written poems and songs.

    My son on the other hand, does not enjoy writing as much. He writes more like a columnist…as if he is talking directly to you…cute.

    Last yr was my first year home-schooling. They mostly wrote short summaries for each chapter of the books we read together. Also, they would journal love letters to God, do copy work, or write letters to their friends. =)

    Thank you again for your helpful guidance.


  4. Jeannie Fulbright
    @ 12:31 am

    I would begin evaluating around sixth/seventh grade depending on the kid.

  5. Evie
    @ 12:30 am

    My kids are only 7 and 5.5, but I found this very helpful for “one day.” Writing was my “thing” and school robbed my love of it. Now as an adult I see how horribly many people write and I wish that I had kept it up and used my talent! In some ways, I guess I do use it. But I wish that I had developed it more.

  6. Jenn
    @ 12:30 am

    Thank you for posting this!

    At what age do you feel is the best to begin seriously evaluating their writing?

  7. Bonnie
    @ 8:03 pm

    When are you coming out with this e-book?

  8. Anonymous
    @ 5:20 pm

    Thank you so much for posting this series on writing! I’ve found it very helpful and look forward to incorporating it this year.

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