Creative Writing for Homeschool iHomeschool Hangout & Podcast

In this hangout, we discuss the role of creative writing in the homeschool language arts curriculum.

•Why should you encourage your kids to write creatively? Aren’t essays and research papers more important and more practical than writing short stories and novels?
•What are some good ways to teach creative writing? What materials do you recommend?
•When do you start teaching it? When do kids out grow it?
•What if your child hates creative writing? Should you force it?
•What is the connection between reading and being a good writer?


Novembre 6, 2014 Episode Teaching Creative Writing in your Homeschool
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Jimmie Quick

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Jimmie Quick , co-founder and current owner of iHomeschool Network, is a freelancer, entrepreneur, and veteran homeschool mom. Jimmie’s background is in education (BA in English and a MS in education). It was after seven years of teaching middle school language arts in public schools that she began homeschooling her daughter Emma when she was a Kindergartner. Emma is currently a senior at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, IL.

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