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Writing Tips for Kids: How to Write an Amazing Ending

Writing Tips for Kids: How to Write an Amazing Ending

A good story needs to be strong from the first line through the final page. It's all too easy to start strong with a great hook and an interesting set of characters, but then lose momentum along the way and stop short at the end. This can be tough for budding wordsmiths of all ages - so how can you encourage your kids and help them understand the writing techniques involved? Here are some tips for parents and private writing tutors alike... Read and discuss great literature As a parent … Read More

Writing Tips for Kids: How to Write an Amazing Ending
A good story needs to be strong from the first line through the final page. It's all too easy to start strong with a great hook and an interesting set of characters, but then lose momentum along the way and stop short at the end. This can be tough for budding wordsmiths of all ages - so how can you encourage your kids and help them understand the writing techniques involved? Here are some tips for parents and private writing tutors alike... Read and discuss great literature As a parent
What Types of Creative Writing Prompts Work Best for Kids?
Kids who love to write may be off and running once the pen hits their hand, but other children might not feel comfortable writing unless given a few creative writing prompts. Creative prompts encourage imagination and provide a jumping off point for journal entries and stories. Even children who love to write may find it easier to work from a prompt because it gives them an area of focus - and it's fun! As a parent, one of the best ways to encourage your child's love of the written word is to pr
10 Fascinating Idioms in Different Languages
Surely you've heard at least one of these English idioms: It's raining cats and dogs Don't cry over spilled milk It cost me an arm and a leg By definition, idioms are phrases with culturally-understood meanings that aren't meant to be taken literally. They're basically fun and interesting ways of expressing your thoughts. Below are 10 fascinating idioms derived from cultures across the globe. Check them out: Polish Idiom: Nie mój cyrk, nie moje ma?py. Translation: N
Infographic: Best Places to Study Abroad for Students of All Types
Studying abroad is cool — most students dream of the experience! However, deciding where to study abroad can be rather challenging. If you're learning Spanish, you may automatically think of studying in Spain, but that's not your only choice! A simple search yields many program and location options, all claiming to be the best place to study abroad. But here’s the kicker: The perfect study abroad program for you won't be the same for someone else. And while you might thrive in one city, an
How to Write a Good Thesis: What You Need to Know
Remember learning about writing your thesis statement? It can be difficult to get just right, even for the best writers! Here, online tutor Lourdes C. cuts through the confusion with her simple guide to how to write a good thesis: A thesis - your worst nightmare, and the second highest cause of college breakdowns, next to heartbreak. You get this every class. You think you know how to think, you think you know how to write, then your instructor gives you a handout that requires a "research-

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