"To be a good writer, be a good reader" is an old adage. That doesn't mean you don't have children practice writing. It also doesn't mean that direct instruction of grammar, and sentence diagramming, is useless, as the National Council of Teachers of English claims -they've had far too much influence on the teaching of writing, with deleterious effects. The right mix of writing and reading will be different for every child.Parents should track it from the first days of school. If their kids have difficulties writing, then kids need to receive writing help at writing services like do homework for me. If students are doing well at writing, parents need to contribute to their kids development in writing sphere. Each child is individual.