Reading Journals for Middle School and High School

 
 
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  7. Thank you for taking the time to do this! I am trying to find ways for my upper elementary kiddo to do more written narration style even though they hate writing!

    1. One way to ease into it would be allowing them to dictate to you! And no matter how old your child is when you start, it’s likely best to start with small expectations (a couple sentences) and slowly build up to the longer entries.

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