8 Games to Improve Writing Skills


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If your child isn't into writing, you're not alone.

It's challenging in this age of technology to equip children and young adults with the tools and skills they need to become good writers, especially when all they need to do to pass school is set off in search of an app that writes essays for you.
Because creativity and imagination go hand in hand with playing games, educational opportunities to teach youngsters how to write can be found in a variety of kid-friendly activities. Children can become effective writers by learning to use their imagination in unique patterns, whether they need to enhance their penmanship or originality. It's essential to allow kids who don't enjoy writing to take a break from the same routines and do something fun to learn.

When it comes to disciplined lifestyles, academics, and overall well-being, video games have gained a somewhat bad reputation, mainly because they are linked to sedentary lifestyles. However, Angelina Grin, a writing expert at Studybay, supports the use of video games for improving writing skills. Experts like her, along with many game developers, have acknowledged the benefits that some computer games can provide for children, teens and adults. Developers have begun to work on new games that offer a variety of views and educational benefits, one of which is improved ability to write creatively.

How Video Games Help Improve Writing Skills
Whether you're five years old or 25, there are several ways that video games can help improve your writing skills. The following are six different areas in which playing a video game can be extremely beneficial.

Stress Relief
In creative writing, letting your imagination run wild without losing sight of the subject is essential. Finding inspiration while you're anxious and under pressure might be challenging. When you're stressed, it's difficult to study. Since video games help you reduce stress and be more relaxed, they also help you be open to creativity, which can help improve your writing abilities.

Communication Skills
Writing is a major form of communication. Whether you're writing an academic essay, a fictional story, or a piece of content for the internet, you need to communicate your point well so that readers understand what you're trying to convey. Businesses all across the world encourage their employees to enhance their communication abilities. Many students have formed student communities that employ video games to help them improve their communication skills.

Finding a Muse or Source of Inspiration
Video games immerse you in the story, exposing you to another universe and setting. These different environments are the places where many people find their muses and sources of inspiration. Finding a muse and source of inspiration are surefire ways to boost your creative writing abilities.

Exposure to New Ideas
Video games expose you to different actions, ideas, and storylines, expanding your horizons and developing the logical processes in your mind. They introduce you to mystical realms as you embark on missions to learn about yourself. This exposure to new ideas is essential for improving your creative abilities. It's easy to observe things simply from your point of view in regular life, but while writing creatively, it's critical to be aware of other people's perspectives. Playing video games forces you to look at things from a different angle, which can help you develop and broaden your perspective, thus improving your writing skills.

Learning New Things
Video games aren't just for those seeking to get a bit of fun these days. There are many educational and provocative computer games you can play, whether you're a child with a tablet or an adult with a PC. Many of these games are meant to help you build and improve your vocabulary, which will help you get better at writing.

Confidence Booster
No matter what you do in life, whether it's playing games or getting serious work done, trusting yourself and your abilities is essential. The more you play games, the better you will score and focus. Playing video games can boost your self-assurance, allowing you to write more freely and openly about your thoughts and feelings.

8 Top Online Games and Apps to Improve Writing Skills
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The best way to prepare your school children to succeed across all subjects and in various fields of life is to help them write early and more often. The following online games and apps for kids and young adults are designed to enhance creativity levels and encourage them to write more often.

Scholastic Things to Do
Scholastic Things to Do offers loads of quizzes, videos, discussion guides, activities, downloadables, and more for children ages 0-12. The goal of each exercise is to inspire kids to express themselves creatively and to encourage them to practice their language skills.

Grammar Gorillas
Grammar Gorillas is a fun online game where children are asked to identify different parts of speech to earn bananas for hungry gorillas. While the beginner level focuses on nouns and verbs, the advanced level covers all aspects of speech, making this game great for all ages.

BrainPOP Junior
BrainPOP Junior is an online game that teaches various forms of writing, including biographies, how-to essays, letters, and poems, through short, interactive movies.

Sequencing Games for Kids
Sequencing Games for Kids is a collection of online games that use the concept of sequencing to strengthen logical reasoning and comprehensive skills in kids. These games also teach kids to detect patterns in writing.

LetterSchool
LetterSchool is an app that helps kids learn how to write letters and numbers. The games prompt kids to follow four steps for each letter of the alphabet. It also teaches the kids the number system from 0-9.
This game features fun animations and sound effects, encouraging kids to keep practicing their writing abilities. It also provides a step-by-step process that covers three areas:

  • Upper case letters
  • Lower case letters
  • Numbers
Night Zookeeper Night Zookeeper is a writing app based on a series of magical storybooks. It is intended to encourage and inspire young writers. From the basics of writing and sketching to more advanced concepts like grammar, vocabulary, and spelling, this game has it all. It's perfect for kids ages 6-12 years. Teachers can also use this app to add a creative touch to their lessons.

iTrace iTrace is an app that focuses on handwriting for kids. It provides letters for kids to trace and then considers their unique handwriting. Children can practice writing their names, numbers, and capital and lowercase letters. Parents can choose from various features for their kids, including cursive or standard letter styles and left- or right-hand orientation.

Writing Skills (HD) Writing Skills HD is an introduction to the writing process geared toward beginners. This application is designed for young adults and covers a wide range of topics, including but not limited to grammar and capitalization, similes and metaphors, synonyms and antonyms, and more. Students can learn to convey numerous aspects of writing with the help of this software, including the following:
  • Different types of sentences
  • Grammar
  • Punctuation marks
  • Choosing the right words
  • Subject-verb agreement

Combine Work and Play

People who find gaming distracting or view it in a negative light just need to change their perspective and try something new. Recent studies have shown that students who play video games process information faster than those who don't. When children and young adults spend time playing educational games, they tend to think more quickly and are more creative than non-gamers. They also develop keen deduction skills that are essential in creative writing.
Students who lack inspiration can find a solution to their problems in gaming. When others involve themselves in activities directly related to video games, their thinking capabilities can change significantly. Video games can help expand your perspective, making you a more inspirational thinker and a better writer.

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