How are homeschool writing lessons going for you lately? Are there tears of frustration or long minutes staring at a blank piece of paper because “I don’t know what to write about!”


Here’s a solution— WriteShop curriculum.


Finally! A writing program that understands the challenges of teaching writing! WriteShop has options for kindergarten all the way through high school. 


With engaging, step-by-step lessons, WriteShop gives students the necessary building blocks of the writing process so there’s zero frustration. 


And …WriteShop not only teaches kids how to write, it shows you how to teach. You’ll learn to guide them through the writing process and inspire even the most reluctant writers. Parents rave about the results! 


Sheri in Florida says,

“I am ever so pleased with WriteShop. My eighth grader, who was lukewarm about writing and really didn’t write too well, is blossoming.”


Heily in California says,

“Thank you very much for creating WriteShop! It has been a pleasure to teach this curriculum, and the results are phenomenal. Our son went from hating writing to asking for more!”


Visit writeshop.com to take the placement test and find out which level best suits your child, tween, or teen. With WriteShop, teaching writing has never been easier.


Workshop Primary is a parent-led writing program that gently introduces K-3rd graders to the steps of the writing process through hands-on activities, crafts, and picture books. Reading and writing skills are not needed.

WriteShop Junior exposes 3rd-6th graders to genre, fiction, and nonfiction writing—and introduces tools that truly motivate young writers. Pre-writing games help them learn and practice vocabulary and other skills in such a fun way, they have no idea they’re learning. Graphic organizers help them brainstorm and plan their stories and reports. And our engaging editing tools actually make it fun to proofread and revise.

WriteShop I and II offer incremental lessons, challenging assignments, and creative activities for junior high and high schoolers. WriteShop I students improve descriptive, informative, and narrative, writing skills by becoming proficient in four vital techniques: brainstorming, drafting, editing, and revising. WriteShop II users learn to expand their skills by learning about descriptive narration, point of view, and voice. This level ends with an introduction to persuasive and essay writing, including timed essays.






Dominic Martinez



Christian Hale


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