This category contains sites which provide information, tips, guides, and activities to help kids and teens improve writing skills.
Topics include essays and reports, poetry, punctuation, spelling, and handwriting.
A concise guide to some of the most frequently violated rules of writing, punctuation, and grammar.
Tips for each of the five stages of the writing process.
Provides tips, tools, and resources to help improve writing skills. Includes why it's important to write well, the parts of speech, types of sentences, punctuation, spelling, and a downloadable file.
Offers quick tips on how to write essays, book reports, biographies, research papers, term papers, bibliographies, letters, speeches and more.
Includes reference, verse, fiction and non-fiction books. Search by author, title or subject.
Authoritative text on grammar, syntax, punctuation, writing techniques, and style.
Includes hints, tips and ideas.
An interactive way of improving written work, with ideas for practice sessions and an explanation of the drafting and revision process.
A catalog of literary terms with detailed definition and examples. Great resources for English students to do literary analysis and writing.
Resource for learning about and writing in these genres.
Step-by-step directions for organizing and writing a good paragraph.
An online writing tutorial; takes students through the actual steps of writing a paragraph online.
Use nonfiction science to create a science fiction story.
Pictures, stories, poetry, and a chatroom intended to provide motivation for writing.
Solicits and publishes teen writings; also offers writing tips and a manuscript/mentor service.
Basic information, writing prompts, and examples.
Characters from the Oxford Reading Tree offer games and worksheets about writing, grammar and punctuation.
Interactive exhibit takes visitors on a literary journey through the classic short story and examines the elements that come together to create a good story.
Offers resources for students and teachers to improve their English reading, comprehension, and writing skills.
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