Write a little every day-Woodmam

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 The worst thing about writing is to sit down in front of your desk with a pen and paper ready and tell yourself "I'm going to write". The key to improving your writing skills is to write a little every day.

  A. Guide to write when you think of it. There is no limit to what you can write about, so let your child play freely. If you think of something interesting or something worth thinking about, write it down immediately and always keep a small notebook with you. Of course, for children, it may be a little difficult at first, then you can take one step at a time, for example, you can put a pen and a small book in each of the four places: bed, desk, school bag, toilet, etc. This small book should be beautiful.

  B. Communicate with your child by letter. Writing a letter is a wonderful thing that people don't pay much attention to these days, but it's actually a very classic and timeless activity. Communication with children with letters is also a new "lubricant" to maintain a good parent-child relationship, and for the development of children's writing skills is also a way to wait for the future.

  C. Write with your child on the same topic. Parents with the conditions and patience can also be held with their children "the same topic writing" game, a limited number of words, not too many words, such as 300 words, parents and children together to discuss an interesting topic, or travelogue, or after reading, and then each completed for comparison and discussion.

  Show the results of your writing with your child

  Your child's writing also needs positive feedback and evaluation, so whenever your child creates good writing, be sure to find ways to show it so that your child is encouraged.

  A. Select good sentences. It is important to evaluate your child's work objectively, but every piece of work should have some well-written, authentic, and even wonderfully written sentences. You can cross out the good sentences with a colored pencil together with your child, and then discuss with your child why these are good sentences and how you came up with them at the time.

  B. Edit a selection of good essays. You can save the results of your child's writing, and when a certain amount of time has passed, you and your child can select some of the more beautiful essays at the time, ask your child to make a revision, then print out a few copies, design a simple cover, bind them into a few volumes, and give the selected excellent essays to your friends and ask them to comment on them.

  C. If necessary, you can participate in essay competitions. Nowadays, schools and communities often hold essay contests for students, and if conditions allow, children should be encouraged to actively participate. In addition, you can also invite five or six friends' children to design a "writing camp" during the holidays, and set up a small-scale essay contest during the camp's activities, to collectively evaluate the first, second and third prizes, to be awarded, everyone wins, but there are high and low levels.

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