I can't say that any of my kids truly love to write. My oldest has recently found a passion for writing plays, but it isn't because she loves to write. It's because she loves to tell stories. Because good grammar, spelling and communication are important to me, I have learned to sneak writing into my kids' daily life as often as possible without being completely obvious. Here are just a few opportunities for writing:
Thankful Journal: We have a thankful journal that sits on our mantle. Sometimes we sit together as a family and one person does the writing as each family says what they are thankful for. This is a good opportunity to practice listening as well as writing. Other days we just write our own entry in the journal as the desire strikes. One of our daughters enjoys reading the journals as she settles down each night. This is also a great keepsake for our family.
Shopping List: We always have a shopping list posted on the fridge. As someone notices that an item is needed, he or she is responsible for recording the item on the list.
Cards/Letters: My crafty kids love to make cards for people. They are also expected to write a note inside of each card. Each week we send cards or letters to two or three peeople for birthdays, anniversaries, get well, thinking of you or just because.
I'd love to hear how you incorporate writing into the daily life of your family.