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4 practical ways and activities to improve writing skills.

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Improving writing skills to primary children is the biggest challenge for teachers. Especially the students who are learning English as a second language are getting much trouble to improve writing skills. Here I am discussing some practical tips and activities which I have been using in my classroom to my young learners. 

                       We know very well, writing is the utmost skill. It means it's a hard skill for primary children. And in the LSRW, listening leads to speaking and reading leads to writing. So a student wants to speak he should listen well as well as he wants to write he should read well. So we should concentrate on reading to get good writing skills. But most of the teachers are not following the psychological order of language skills. So you want to develop writing skills first concentrate on speaking and reading skills. So you need to give such speaking and reading activities in order to get good writing skills.                   …

Best English Primary Concept Writing Activity..."What do you do with your kite?"






Developing writing skills in primary school children is very difficult. Because they are mostly belongs to illiterate families and highly influenced by their mother tong. So developing English writing and reading skills is very difficult to teachers who works with those children. To attain the language skills in children we need some creative activities to developing reading and writing concepts.
This a activity, I planned with my 2nd class children to write about " What do you do with your kite?". For this creative question I gave some ideas and asked my children to made their own kite and write the answer on coloured slips and paste it on tail. You can see in these pictures, the active participation of children. They enjoyed a lot.


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