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12/09/2015

Help Your Child Improve Their Writing Skills

As your child starts school, building reading and writing skills are extremely important. Their first years should be spent developing their language abilities, so they can continue to build off of these as they grow older. The Tutoring Center in Middletown has some tips you can use to help your child improve their writing abilities.

Read with Your Child

Encouraging your child to read can go a long way in improving their writing abilities. Provide your child with magazines and books that cover different topics and that employ different writing techniques. Reading is a great way to learn grammar, spelling and different writing styles. Take time to read to your child each day from a young age in order to help them foster a love for reading.

Play Fun Word Games

Fun word games can help your child improve their writing abilities as they have fun. Games that require spelling will help your child improve spelling abilities as well as expand their vocabulary. Games that require creative thinking and brainstorming will help them communicate in creative manners and may even help their storytelling abilities.

Encourage Your Child to Write

In order to improve writing abilities, your child needs to practice it often. Provide your child with a journal or notebook that they can personalize. Set daily writing prompts that encourage them to get creative or allow them to decide what they want to write about. You can help your child explore different writing styles such as poetry, fiction writing and news writing.

Tutoring in Middletown

The Tutoring Center in Middletown can help your child practice their writing skills. Our one-to-one tutoring sessions ensure your child will get the help they need. Check out our academic programs in reading, writing, math and test preparation. Contact us at (302) 378- 8580 to set up your free consultation.

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