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March 23, 2015
Encourage Your Child to Write About What She Already Knows

Children find it easier to practice their writing skills when writing about topics they already know. So give your child a writing prompt that involves something she knows quite well — like her own bedroom. The prompt could begin "What I love most about my bedroom..." When she’s done, talk about the story.

 
 

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