Essay Essays About My School For Kids

One of the main challenges of parenting is awakening the child’s desire to learn, explore, discover, and express. Sure, we can leave the education part to the teachers and the iPad, but is that the right solution? No! Sometimes, parents have to interfere. It’s their job to be the first teachers their children will ever have.

As your children make progress through different educational levels, they will be expected to write. A lot! College and university, in particular, are heavily linked to academic writing. Your kid will have to write essays, research papers, term papers, and, hopefully, an entire dissertation. The first challenge is an essay.

The teacher assigns an essay with broad guidelines, and your little student is expected to deliver a masterful piece by a precise deadline. You’ll probably face a very frustrated child at this point. Your kid is supposed to write an entire paper, but no one taught them how to do that. Maybe they were writing short stories before, but an essay is a whole other thing. How do you help them write a perfect paper? There are 5 steps to success.

Practice, practice, practice!

A professor of education at Arizona State University reviewed around 250 studies on how to help students develop writing skills. Professor Steve Graham was trying to answer the age-old question: is it best to leave students to learn writing naturally, or do they achieve better results when they get instructions? He found that effective practices do help with the progress. Here’s the first tip he gives: spend more time writing.

The writing practice is not applied in the classroom. Teachers may give brief exercises, but what they prefer doing is using the classroom time for lessons and leaving the practice part as a homework activity. So, you’re in charge of that part of your kid’s education.

If you want your kid to write great essays, you need to motivate them to write a lot. Think of a theme of the day. What did they learn today? Did they learn about the solar system? Set a topic: “If you could visit any planet, which one would you choose? How do you imagine life there?” The following day, set a realistic topic: “Do  research on Africa. Write about the way animals live there.”

Make sure these topics are interesting for your kid. 

Find examples!

An essay usually consists of 5 paragraphs: an introduction, three body paragraphs, and a conclusion. Teachers usually explain what each paragraph is supposed to contain when assigning the first essay to the class. However, sometimes they forget to provide examples, so the students have no idea how the actual paper would look like.

At the website of any essay writing service, you’ll find great guidelines and samples of various types of papers. Give few of them to your kid to read, and help them envision what a proper essay looks like.

Use Pinterest to organize resources

Pinterest is a really fun tool for creating visual material you find on the web. Parents like using it for collecting parenting tips, home decor ideas, photos of beautiful clothes, and much more. Now, you can start creating special boards for your kid’s essays.

The essay writing process starts with good research. Before your child can write a paper on a topic, they need to learn something about it. They won’t be able to memorize all information they read online. Moreover, they will need to save the resources, so they can reference them in the paper. That’s why Pinterest is a great tool to use during this stage. Whenever you find an interesting source of information, pin it in the relevant board.

Once your kid is inspired enough through the online material you both located, they can proceed to the following stage.

Brainstorm and plan

One of the main requirements for an essay is cohesion. If you assign a topic and let your kid write whatever comes to his or her mind, you’ll end up reading a disconnected essay that the teacher won’t like. That’s why it’s important to start the process with brainstorming and planning.

- MindMeister is one of the most effective online brainstorming tools. If your kid is not that good at using the computer, you can create the map as he or she comes up with ideas. The mind maps created with this tool are highly visual, and they help the user find connections between the arguments.
- When the writer-to-be gets the main ideas through the brainstorming process, it’s time for planning. Essay Map is a great tool that helps fit those ideas in a proper essay structure. It asks the writer to create a few sentences for each section of the paper, and then it offers a map for the essay. After that, it will be really easy to connect the dots and write the actual paper. 

Let them use the tablet

Does your kid think that the tablet is much more fun than plain pen-and-paper? That’s okay. We’re dealing with tech generation, after all. You can use your child’s preference for technology to inspire him or her to write. Byword is a great text editor for iPad. It makes the process of writing clean and simple, and it has a neat markdown feature.

To make the essay writing process more fun, you can use Bamboo Paper – an app that simulates the process of writing with a real pen on a real paper. 

Beware: the process won’t be easy. Your kid will likely show some resistance to essay writing. What’s the best method to fight resistance? Persistence! Inspire your kid to practice more, but think of more amusing topics every time. When you manage to turn writing into a daily routine, the success will be inevitable.  

Karen Dikson is a teacher and a writer from New Jersey. Her works have been published on Huffington Post and other well-known educational resources. She loves to help her students succeed and achieve their goals. Connect with Karen on Twitter

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The paragraph below is just a guideline for you to help you write your own essay in your own words.
When you are asked to write about your SCHOOL, try to include some of the following points:

1. name of your school
2. location
3. class in which you study
4. how you go to school
5. describe your school - rooms, playground, garden, toilet facility, drinking water
6. number of teachers and your relationship with them
7. number of students
8. describe the library - purposes served, assistance rendered
9. school functions on various occasions
10. anything else that you want to include to make your essay stand out


The name of my school is St. John's Academy (write the name of your own school). It is one of the best schools in Kolkata (write the name of your own city/village). I study in class three. It is located at Ballygunge, Kolkata. I travel to school by our school bus. There are fifty-five class rooms. There is a big playground too for us to play. Our playground is covered with grass. There are three beautiful gardens with flowers like roses, hibiscus, sunflower and seasonal blooms. Altogether there are sixty teachers who teach us all the subjects. The teachers teach us with great care and attention. Mr. Jason is the Principal of our school. Our classrooms are very airy and beautifully decorated. There are two thousand students in our school. We have a big library filled with many kinds of books. We are taught to obey and respect our teachers and elders. Weak students are given special classes by our teachers. Various activities and functions are held all the year round. The Annual Prize Day Ceremony is the best of all. I am very proud of my school. I love and respect my school. I love to go to school because then I can play with my friends.

Notes to Children:
You can create more essays/paragraphs based on the above, like:
1. Describe what you like about your school
2. Write a paragraph on your teachers
3. Write a paragraph on your school
4. Write a paragraph on the school function that you like most

Always try to include something more to make your essay different from others.


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