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Does your child buckle with fear at the sight of a blank page of paper? (Believe it or not, the creative side of assignments freaks me out! I just want someone to tell me exactly what they want, so I can empathize.)
Instead of encouraging a melt-down, help your child write the best paper he can, by reminding him of five important things in writing papers—indenting paragraphs, using sensory words, story flow and sequence, and using "color" words".
Check out THIS ARTICLE for five tips on how to remember the elements of a good paper (hint, use your hands) as well as a few resources on writing.