Elementary School Writing Overview
If your elementary school student needs writing help, Time4Writing provides online writing classes and activities that teach grammar rules, sentence writing, paragraph writing, and essay writing. A strong foundation in writing while in elementary school will help students with their writing projects in middle school and high school.
Students enjoy learning to write when they have stimulating writing assignments and timely feedback. Time4Writing’s interactive elementary school writing courses provide fun and interesting writing prompts within structured lessons. All of our student-paced classes are taught by certified elementary school writing teachers.
Time4Writing is popular as a writing homeschool curriculum, for afterschool enrichment, for remediation, and as a summer school alternative.
Elementary School Writing Courses
Time4Writing’s lessons in writing fundamentals help elementary school students learn to write and form the foundation for strong writing skills in the future. Students will learn to identify the parts of a sentence, use correct capitalization and punctuation, and write complete sentences and paragraphs.
Plus, our elementary school writing teachers provide valuable feedback on your child’s writing assignments. It’s like having your own writing tutor right at your fingertips.
Time4Writing’s elementary school writing curriculum includes courses in
Elementary School Writing Lessons in Grammar Rules
The elementary school writing lessons in grammar rules teach students about the basic parts of speech (nouns, pronouns, adjectives, adverbs, verbs) and the 4 types of sentences, plus beginning capitalization and punctuation rules.
Students will also learn to identify subjects and predicates, as well as fragments and run-on sentences. In addition, students will begin to recognize and utilize basic proofreading strategies.
Elementary School Writing Class about Sentences
In Time4Writing’s elementary school writing class about sentences, students will learn to distinguish complete sentences from fragments and run-ons. They will learn about the different types of nouns and simple action verbs, and how to use adjectives and adverbs to describe nouns and verbs.
Using these writing skills, students will learn to write and revise the 4 types of sentences – declarative, interrogative, exclamatory, and imperative sentences – including descriptive details.
Elementary School Writing Course about Paragraphs
Time4Writing’s third writing course for elementary school is all about writing paragraphs. Our interactive paragraph writing curriculum will teach students about the parts of a paragraph, including topic sentences, supporting details, and closing sentences.
Students will learn to write narrative, expository, descriptive, and persuasive paragraphs in chronological order. By the end of the course, students will be prepared to learn about essays.
Elementary School Writing Instruction for Essays
In our introductory essay writing class, Time4Writing’s certified elementary school writing teachers introduce grade school students to essays with fun and simple writing assignments and helpful teacher feedback.
This course will prepare students for essay writing by engaging them in the process of writing various types paragraphs such as expository, persuasive, and narrative. The culminating activity of the course is writing a five paragraph narrative essay.
A New Approach to Writing Courses for Elementary School
Online education is an innovative approach to learning that young elementary students can immerse themselves in and enjoy. Time4Writing takes advantage of today’s technology by offering online lesson plans to help elementary school students learn to write. Our interactive writing curriculum engages and challenges students while they work at their own pace.
For parents, our online elementary school writing classes have several advantages. Individualized learning paths assure that your child will master the writing skills and concepts necessary to succeed.
In addition, you can track your child’s progress with each lesson.
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