Are your worried about your child’s writing? Do your students struggle with, or dread, writing? Do you want to build a strong writer early on? If you said yes to any one of these questions, read on!

COMING SOON!

This summer, Angie Marino, founder of Writing Wonders will release her new book:

WIN WITH WRITING!

AN EASY STEP BY STEP GUIDE TO TEACHING CHILDREN AGES 2-11 HOW TO WRITE, SPELL AND READ.

Content Includes:

8 Secrets to Building Confident Writers

12 Simple Steps to Building a Strong Foundation for Confident Writing (Ages 2-5)

An Easy, Effective and On-going Spelling Strategy (ages 5-11)

Complete Guided Writing Lessons for Students in Grades K-5 (ages 5-11)

A Year’s Worth of Guided Writing Lessons to Get You Started (ages 5-11) 

Easy Art Accents that Motivate and Reward Young Writers (ages 5-11)

For questions or pre book orders, please contact Angie at funwritingideas@gmail.com

Tired of screens?

Try building with your kids!

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WHO KNEW THAT WRITING COULD BE FUN?!

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Passionate and timid writers alike are guided to write, then prompted to play!  The writing games are custom-made to fine tune grammar and spelling, increase vocabulary and stimulate out of the box thinking.

( Intended for Grades K-5)

WRITING PROMPTS

Good writers develop by writing often.  These  prompts were designed to help young writers think creatively, organize their ideas and finish their work in a short amount of time.  Read more

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ART ACCENTS

Even my most timid writers quickly find a reason to write if they know they can stick a sticker, add googly eyes or paint to create a fun border design. Read more

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WRITING GAMES

The whiteboard games were created with a lot of people in mind.  They can easily be modified to fit various languages, topics, ages and levels of learning.  Read more

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TALKING GAMES

I find that almost any time I put a child in front of the classroom, the whole class listens easily and well. These quick games can fill a few spare minutes, or be stretched out, according to your time. Read more

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WELCOME TO FUN WRITING IDEAS!

One Way to Homeschool

A Sample Homeschool Schedule

An Easy and On-Going Spelling Strategy

Wednesday Writing Lessons