As humans, we all want to belong and feel connected – it is in our very nature as social beings. We want to be able to share our stories meaningfully and to hear other people’s stories in a way that resonates with our own lives.
Language is the tool that brings us together. Giving our children the gift of expression at a young age sets them on a path of purpose, intention and engagement. Writing will give your child a sense of herself as a person in the world and will give her a voice that she will be proud to share with the world. A study done by the U.S. Department of Education shows that writing is one of the best ways to not only improve your child’s academic progress in school, but to also improve your child’s self-expression and self-reliance. Two other studies show that writing improves children’s academic progress by helping them learn and retain new material better and – when done frequently both at home and at school – by building their confidence in their writing and communication abilities.
1. Writing builds confidence in a child’s sense of herself and her voice.
2. Writing helps kids create and strengthen their identities.
3. Writing fosters a child’s emotional growth and gives him coping skills for dealing with life’s many highs and lows.
4. Writing helps kids develop critical thinking skills – it helps them understand and communicate complicated ideas.
5. Writing leads to guaranteed improvement in academic achievement.
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