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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
The 12 Essential Chords You Need to Play Country Guitar
Learning guitar is all about technique, chords, and progressions. If you're an aspiring country guitarist, there are a few chords you need to learn. Here, Katy, TX guitar instructor Zachary A. breaks down the 12 essential country guitar chords you need to know. Country music was derived from traditional Western folk music, and roots music that originated from the Mississippi Delta. When it comes to playing country music, there are 12 essential chords that you need to master. These chords
10 Party Dance Moves You Need in Your Life Right Now
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9 Budget-Friendly Activities for Kids in DC
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How to Approach Learning Music: 3 Exercises to Try
Whether you're learning Spanish or learning piano, you'll find that both are complex languages with lots of history and unique jargon. In this guest post, Mike Lowden from Falls Music School bridges the gap between music and language by explaining just how similar they really are...   As a music teacher, I spend a good amount of time explaining to my students how learning music should be approached in a similar style to learning a language. Most professional musicians and music te

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