Alicia says, “Editor in Chief is a workbook that’s basically comprised of a series of essays, bulletins, letters, and more. There’s a catch though. There’s loads of grammatical mistakes and your kid needs to find them. There’s clues for each assignment, “Find the 13 errors in this passage.” This is great so your student isn’t going off on a wild goose chase but they know the number of mistakes they are needing to find.” Read the rest of her review at Learning Well.
Meg says, “My third kid, who is entering 8th grade as of the time of this post, LOVES to write. She writes fantastic historical fiction and the amount of time she spends researching and writing is astounding. We’re talking 6-8 hours A DAY is spent on character design, writing, editing, researching… Admittedly editing is my daughter’s weakest skill. She currently uses a few web-based editors but those don’t give her all of the information she needs, and they don’t teach her HOW to edit. Editor In Chief has been the perfect addition, and she is blowing through the book quickly […]