I’ve been eating, sleeping, and breathing NaNoWriMo right now. Okay, not really, but I am doing a bunch to prepare my novel for July. I have a solid outline–possibly the sturdiest I’ve ever had going into a writing project. I have a timeline going, which is a first for me. I have also read and watched tons and tons of articles and videos on NaNo, writing techniques, writing snacks, and…well, you get the point.
In my various travels through NaNoWorld, I found these free writing workbook downloads at the Young Writer’s Program website. I browsed through them, and they are pretty awesome. The homeschool mom part of me, though enjoying summer vacation, was thrilled!
There’s three different levels: elementary, middle school, and high school. Each one has the same basic information, but it’s tailored a little differently for each grade. The elementary workbook is definitely for older elementary children. I think third grade might be a touch young, but fourth or fifth grade is just right.
You can also purchase a copy if you would prefer. It’s totally up to you.
I hope you and your kiddos find these useful!