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Writing Tips for Kids: How to Organize Your Stories

Writing Tips for Kids: How to Organize Your Stories

Did you know that the writing methods you choose can affect your creative process? Organization is particularly important to your writing success, allowing for a clear mind, smooth-flowing thought process, and proper story development. But how OCD do you have to be to prevent a major disaster? Keep yourself on track with these practical writing tips for kids: Clean up your act. Organizing your jumble of story ideas can help you identify the best options for a given writing project. Wading th … Read More

Writing Tips for Kids: How to Organize Your Stories
Did you know that the writing methods you choose can affect your creative process? Organization is particularly important to your writing success, allowing for a clear mind, smooth-flowing thought process, and proper story development. But how OCD do you have to be to prevent a major disaster? Keep yourself on track with these practical writing tips for kids: Clean up your act. Organizing your jumble of story ideas can help you identify the best options for a given writing project. Wading th
5 Strategies for Developing Writing Skills
Unlike some other academic skills, the ability to write well is something that follows you from elementary school all throughout your life, particularly if you work in an office environment - so it's no wonder there's such an emphasis on it in school! From creative short stories and descriptive paragraphs in elementary school to lengthier prose and argumentative essays in high school, and then implementing those skills to write research and term papers in college, students spend a great deal of
Tips for Writing: Why Writing Tutors Aren’t Just for Kids
Think tutors are just for kids? From professional emails to cover letters, learning how to write well will carry you far through life - so if you're not confident in your skills, it may be worth looking into. Check out these tips for writing from Evanston, IL and online tutor Rachel M.:   As a college student with three years of private tutoring under my belt, I can speak from experience when I say that writing isn’t what it used to be. Students learn how to type using an iPad and
8 Foolproof Ways to Beat Writer's Block
Ahhh, writer’s block… That lovely occurrence when your train of thought derails, leaving you unable to form a cohesive thought, let alone a cohesive sentence. The belief that every syllable you manage to dredge forth and peck into your laptop is utter garbage. The fear that your brain may start oozing out of your ear from the strain of trying to latch onto a single, legitimate concept. So what should you do when you just get stuck? Do you want to improve your writing skills? Find inspiration an
What Great Writers Can Learn From Children's Books
Most experts agree: when you're learning how to write, reading as much as possible should be part of your daily life. And that means reading everything! Here, New Milford, NJ teacher Matthew H. explains what you can even learn from your favorite childhood books...   Children’s books are normally our first introduction to reading and writing. As kids, we listen to our parents, teachers, and other caregivers read aloud to us. Eventually, we read basic sentences on our own until we a

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