Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6Everyday Writing Kindergarten Parent InfoGuide Building Writing Skills – Item 792 Copyrighted Material 2016 Edition WOODBURN PRESS Show your child that writing is an important part of our everyday lives, and that there’s a purpose to writing.  Help your child write a thank you note for a gift or a get well note to a sick friend.  Hang a message chalkboard in your home, and encourage your child to write on it.  Have your child sign birthday and greeting cards.  Ask your child to write his/her name on artwork, and help add a title (My Family, Black Cat, etc.). Proudly display the artwork for all to enjoy.  Let your child dictate a letter to a loved one. As his/her skills develop, have your child write part of the letter. Your support and involvement are keys to your child’s success in school! If you ever have concerns about your child’s progress, or if you are looking for more ways to help build writing skills at home, talk to your child’s teacher. When parents and teachers work together, great things can happen. ©Copyright Woodburn Press LLC all rights reserved This digital publication was presented by: