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Your "One-and-Done" Essay-Writing Curriculum


Buy it once and use it indefinitely with siblings.

Learn it once and use it in other subjects. 

Engaging video Iessons with workbook.


Whether your fourth through eighth grade writer is reluctant, rambling, or just plain “stuck,” he’ll discover that writing can be FUN. (Why not use live earthworms to teach grammar?) Writing can be EASY. Learn the formula, plug in some powerful words from your workbook, and voila! 


Dive deeper into the concepts taught in PowerHouse Writing: Grades 4-8. PowerHouse Writing Intermediate is intended for students in grades 8-10 and prepares them for our more rigorous college-prep writing course: PowerHouse Writing: High School. (It is not necessary to complete PH Writing Grades 4-8 before the Intermediate course.)


If your high school student starts sweating bullets over the word “essay,” she can boost her confidence AND her grades with essay-specific graphic organizers. This simple system will prepare her for ACT and SAT exams, college entrance essays, and any academic writing she encounters throughout high school, college, and beyond.

Reviews from Homeschool Moms

My boys really enjoyed your class - even my "reluctant writer."

I will definitely be recommending this class to others. Thank you for making writing exciting and fun for my boys.

 My 10th grade daughter has done a few lessons this week and is taking to it like butter on toast!

Robyn J.

Amazingly wonderful experience! Ready for more! My son was thoroughly encouraged and inspired!

Sarah S.

We had fabulous success with the writing class! My son now wants to enter an essay contest... whereas a year ago that was punishment for him to hear about the idea of writing an essay!

Becky H.

My son said he loved the "formula" approach to writing and is actually looking forward to writing his next paper... WOW... I'VE NEVER HEARD THAT FROM HIM!!! Thanks for taking the scariness out of writing for him!

Jennifer L.

Susan B.

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