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04/30/2021



Tips to Help Your Child Become a Better Writer

If your child thought that writing was a one-time lesson, they may not be happy to hear that they will be working to improve their writing skills all through school. To help them become a great writer and breeze through these lessons, use these tips.

Start at the Beginning

Expecting to become a great writer in one day isn't realistic, so it's important your child understands that this will take some time. The best place to start is by ensuring they have a solid foundation. Mastering basics like how to write a complete sentence and using punctuation correctly will allow them to move on to more intricate writing lessons.

Plan What You Write

Many students may think they can simply sit down at their desks and write a masterpiece. They may get frustrated when they realize this simply isn't realistic. Before your child tries to do this, teach them that one of their best tools will be to plan ahead. They can brainstorm ideas for whatever they're writing and then sort these out into different sections that they can then elaborate on. This will give their work structure and direction. Once they have a more solid idea of what to write, it will be much easier to actually do it.

Get Experimental

Finally, your child doesn't always have to stick to the same type of writing. They can have a lot of fun experimenting with new styles, trying out different genres, and developing different types of characters. Encourage them to read many genres so that they can get inspired in their own work.

Enroll your child in tutoring in Macomb to get them back to their academic bestThe Tutoring Center, Macomb, MI, has academic programs that can help your child succeed. To learn more, give their tutors a call at (248) 318-1182, and don't forget to ask about your free diagnostic assessment!

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