How Can You Make Writing More Fun for a Reluctant Writer?

Finding curriculum for a reluctant writer has been such a struggle

We’ve had several key problems we’ve faced as a family of a reluctant writer, and finding something that fits all of our needs isn’t easy. One of the most common questions I get is about finding a good writing or math curriculum… So I know I’m not alone on this!

Until this year, I’ve not found anything with which I’ve been in love. There have always been fairly great things, but still, something missing, at least for us.  I want a writing curriculum that sparks joy and learning, not something that makes my kids hate writing, the same as I did at their age.

I’ve seen how “not being a writer” can follow you through the rest of your life.  You stick that label on, and there it stays.  It wasn’t until college, as a 30-year-old, that I received any decent instruction on writing that made any sense to me… That smoothed over some of my contempt for writing at least. 😉  I want something different for my kids. I want them to see that they are writers. 

If you have a reluctant writer who wails at the thought of learning about and practicing writing, read this! Here are the problems WriteShop solved for us!
The “Fold-N-Go” concept is awesome.

WriteShop has provided me with a curriculum for review purposes, however, all opinions represented here are my own.

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