Monday, November 14, 2011

Writing Support from Home
Writing is typically one of the last academic pieces to fall into place for students. Writing involves both mental and physical skills. It also depends on such variables as encouragement, motivation, support, etc. Because of this complex process, parents frequently ask for ways to help their child become a more fluent writer. In response, I was moved to compile various ideas, strategies, and tips for helping students write at home. Encourage a writing support system in your own classroom. Get your copy here today!

Check out these fabulous picture prompts 


Kathleen said...

How did you know I needed this tomorrow?! I am presenting to our Kindergarten parents tomorrow about supporting writing at home! Now I don't need to use my plan time to write this!! Thank you!!

Alicia Lochridge said...

I am so glad that I could help you out!! Our time is limited and so valuable. I will update this post and attach a link for downloadable writing prompts to use at home. So glad to help. Have a great day!!


Kari said...

Thank you so much!! This is great!


Danielle said...

These are great! Thank you so much for sharing! :) I have alwasy ssent home tips but I have never thought about sending home a letter about proper grip. Great ideas! :)

Rachelle said...

Thanks for the shout out Alicia!!!! Love it! And I really needed this printable for the parents! Sometimes they want to help, but just don't know how to!

Heather's Heart said...

I love this! Thank you so much. This is a great reminder to send home. I love your blog! If you haven't heard about my awesome giveaway I would love for you to check it out. I also have TONS and TONS of *freebies*!

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