A new series of prompts for kids to write in the classroom is starting to get traction, thanks to Khan Academy’s parent company, the Learning Company.
Last month, the company released a new curriculum called “Writing Prompts for Kindergarten Kids,” which features a bunch of prompts that have been developed by Khan Academy and Learning Company in partnership.
“Khan Academy’s curriculum provides kids with the tools and tools they need to write with a clear focus on writing and learning,” Learning Company CEO and co-founder Sarah Jaffe said in a statement.
“As parents, we know that our kids can’t get the basics right the first time, so this new series helps our students and their parents to understand how to get the most out of writing and creating a story together.”
The series will debut on Khan Academy, which has partnered with other companies to provide tools and resources for writing prompts.
For example, the series includes “Karaoke for Kindergartens,” which includes prompts to create a song for a group of friends.
Another example is “Killergrammar,” which asks kids to create an entire sentence in a matter of minutes.
The series also includes “Kids in the Classroom,” which shows kids how to do an assignment for an upcoming exam.
It also includes a new, free, iPad app called “Write in the Studio,” which allows kids to take notes on paper and print them out.
For more, read our review of “Writing prompts for Kinder garten kids.”
Khan Academy also announced the launch of a free version of its app for iPad, called “K-Studio.”
The app will be available on both the iPad app store and Google Play for free.
(K- Studio will also be available for free on the iPad App Store and Google’s Play app.)
K-Studio is designed to be used for writing and drawing with kids in the home.
It features a simple and easy to use layout that’s easy to follow, and it’s available to kids in grades 3-8, which is the age range for writing prompt prompts.
(For example, “Write a story for a new student,” which comes with four prompts.)
“It’s easy for parents to pick up on the tips and tricks,” Jaffe told The Verge.
“We know that children need more hands-on guidance and we want to give them that.”
The new prompts come as the company continues to launch new content to help parents create their own content for their children.
The company recently released an “I’m Writing” app for the iPad, which will be free for parents who own an iPad Pro.
And in September, the “Kramble” app will launch for parents of preschoolers, which includes a series of quizzes that help students write about a variety of topics, including “How do I start a conversation?” and “How can I make the most of a new toy?”