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"Importance Of Writing In Primary Schools."

      Writing is an essential skill can benefit students for the rest of their lives. Introducing and practicing writing with engaging activities in primary school, can foster confidence and a lifelong love of writing. Immediately, writing skills are important for primary students' continued learning in all academic areas, communication and self-expression, according to the Institute of Education Sciences.

Academic Development

     In addition to improving penmanship, writing exercises in primary school support development of critical thinking and problem-solving skills. Students also learn the writing process, from outline to finished product, which translates into other aspects of life and learning. For example, students can use planning and organizing, research and peer review to learn topics in mathematics and science, make dinner or build a doghouse. Writing about the world is also important for vocabulary and reading development.

Emotional Development

    According to The College Board, creative and reflective writing exercises build confidence and appreciation for writing. Through journals and personal story writing, children can discover their identities and work through real-life problems. A report by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services points out that when parents separate or children must deal with bullies, loss of a pet or other types of stress, writing can provide a therapeutic outlet to help them cope.

Social Development

   Writing helps children connect to the world around them, both on and off the page. Since writing requires the student to consider audience and purpose, for example, practice can help the student apply the same considerations to verbal communication. The writing process, complete with peer review and feedback, allows students to learn from each other. Creating these environments at a young age teaches students to both accept and deliver constructive criticism. Further, collaborative writing projects, such as creating a class newspaper, enables students to achieve writing goals together.


   As children progress through their school years, they will need to be both literate and computer-literate to succeed. While the two skills complement each other, some computer tools, such as spelling and grammar checks, can inhibit developing writing skills. By writing with a keyboard, for example, students are not practicing handwriting. It is also important for students to know that these tools should supplement their own knowledge, not replace it, because even computers make mistakes.   -by Joanna Polisena

Why important is the writing for the primary students   

ü  Encourages creativity and imagination power.                               

ü  Very very crucial to the development of young minds.                          

ü  Makes academic learning easier.

ü  Writing is a fun way to increase his memory and encourage concentration.

ü  Writing is a terrific way for students to express their thoughts, creativity  and uniqueness. 

ü  It is a fundamental way in which students learn to organize ideas.

ü  Students writing rarely make the most common mistakes in spelling, grammar and punctuation. 

ü  Learning to write well helps students to be better readers.                

ü  Students express themselves clearly, accurately and precisely.             

ü  Writing is a great way to assess student knowledge.   

ü  By teaching students how to write well, by showing them how to focus their intellectual energy in this unique and wonderful way, we give them a key that helps them unlock the complicated ideas and complex emotions we expect them to master as they mature.

ü   Writing is an essential skill students need as they enter adult life.  Writing is portable and permanent. It makes thinking  visible.

ü  Writing helps students connect to the world around them, both on and off the page.

ü   An effective writing assignment does more than ask students to report what they have read or experienced. It engages students in such processes as problem solving, reflecting, analyzing, and imagining so that they can think critically about what they have read or experienced.

ü  Writing enhances proficiency in reading. Writing analytically about one’s reading enhances comprehension, application, and critical thought. 

ü  Writing can also act as a great emotional and clarifying outlet, facilitating the de-cluttering of ideas and proper deliberation of thoughts that may be causing confusion.

ü  It is a valuable tool for teachers to get a glimpse of the individual thought processes of a large and diverse classroom population.                          

ü  There are many ways students can show us what they know. But writing is the simplest, most direct, most cost-effective, and most time-effective way for students to express their knowledge of a given subject. 

ü  Students who write clearly will think clearly. And students who think clearly have a better chance of navigating their way through the obstacles of adolescence.

ü  Helping students learn to express themselves with confidence 
in all subject areas can contribute to improvements in behavior and self-esteem.

 How to Get Kids to Love Writing?

Allow time
    Help your child spend time thinking about a writing project or exercise. Good writers often spend a lot of time thinking, preparing, and researching before starting to write. Your child may dawdle, sharpen a pencil, get papers ready, or look up the spelling of a word. Be patient — this may all be part of her preparation.

Respond to your child's writing
    Respond to the ideas your child expresses verbally or in writing. Make it clear that you are interested in what the writing conveys, which means focusing on "what" the child has written rather than "how" it was written. It's usually wise to ignore minor errors, particularly at the stage when your child is just getting ideas together.

Praise your child's writing
    Take a positive approach and find good things to say about your child's writing. Is it accurate? Descriptive? Original? Creative? Thoughtful? Interesting?

Avoid writing for your child
     Don't write a paper for your child that will be turned in as her work  and don't rewrite your child's work. Meeting a writing deadline, taking responsi-bility for the finished product, and feeling ownership of it are also important parts of the writing process.

Help your child with her writing as she gets older
     Ask your child questions that will help her clarify the details of her stories and assignments as they get longer, and help her organize her thoughts. Talk about the objective of what she is writing.

Provide your child with spelling help when she's ready for it
    When your child is just learning how to read and write, she may try different ways to write and spell. Our job is to encourage our children's writing so they will enjoy putting their thoughts and ideas on paper. At first, your child may begin to write words the way that she hears them. For example, she might write "haf" instead of "have", "frn" instead of "friend", and "Frd" instead of "Fred." This actually is a positive step in developing her phonemic awareness. Keep practicing with her, and model the correct spelling of words when you write. As your child gets older and begins to ask more questions about letters and spelling, provide her with the help she needs.

Practice, practice, practice
    Writing well takes lots of practice, so make sure your child doesn't get discouraged too easily. It's not easy! Give her plenty of opportunities to practice so that she has the opportunity to improve.

Read together
    Reading and writing support each other. The more your child does of each, the better she will be at both. Reading can also stimulate your child to write about her own family or school life. If your child has a particular favorite story or author, ask her why she thinks that story or that person's writing is special.

     As you read and write more with your child, you will be building an important foundation, and taking steps that will help your child to become a better reader, writer, and student. Your efforts now will make a difference — and it may be just the difference that your child needs to succeed!

                   Dear Teachers and Parents,                                  

    Primary school is the period of achieving the basic information and skills  for children. In the future, in order to express themselves well and have wide dreaming power for the children, the period of primary school should be highly used well.

     In order to give writing skill, dreaming, able to express himself/ herself and improve help to his/her virtuous behaviours to your children, the following activities have been built.





-Encouraging children to write a story of their very own can give them an enormous confidence boost, as well as help them consolidate their literacy learning by putting their phonics, grammar and reading skills into practice.

-Story Writing Activities test and enhance children’s ability to spin words and sentences and come up with something original.

-Children learn punctuation, spelling, and grammar rules more quickly because they will be more careful when writing their stories.





































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-Writing an idea tests and improves your child's expressing himself/herself, saying his/her ideas, contrasting skills.

-Children learn punctuation, spelling, and grammar rules more quickly because they will be more careful when writing their ideas.






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-By the giving virtuous behaviours activity' it is aimed to make him/her a moraled person and to help him/her find correct and incorrect. Also they support their character development positively.

-Children learn punctuation, spelling, and grammar rules more quickly because they will be more careful When writing ideas about virtuous behavior.






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-With the "if you had/were ..........?" activities children's imagining enriches.   As they put themselves in others' places, their skills of comparison develop. 

-Children learn punctuation, spelling, and grammar rules more quickly because they will be more careful when writing their comparison.


































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-With the "What would you do?" activities children's imagining enriches. As they put themselves in others' places, their skills of comparison and criticizing develop.

-Children learn punctuation, spelling, and grammar rules more quickly be-cause they will be more careful when writing their comparison and criticizing.







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-With the "I design...............?" activities, they learn how to imagine and to design new different things. To make better designs, they feel the need of searching. This situation improves their willing of learning. When they write the features of the things they imagine, they take care of using correct rules of grammar.







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