Skip to contentContribute to ReadWriteThink / RSS / FAQs / Site Demonstrations / Contact Us / About Us

 

 

Learn All Year Long

Learn All Year Long

Learn All Year Long

Kids and teens should read and write even when they are out of school. Why is this so important?

Download the flyer (PDF)

 

Parent & Afterschool Resources

ReadWriteThink has a variety of resources for out-of-school use. Visit our Parent & Afterschool Resources section to learn more.

More

 

HomeParent & Afterschool ResourcesTips & How-To's

Tip

Help a Child Write a Story

 

E-mail / Share / Print This Page / Print All Materials (Note: Handouts must be printed separately)

 

Help a Child Write a Story

Grades 2 – 4
Publisher

International Reading Association

Tip Topic Tips for Teaching Writing
See all tips in this series
 

Published Comments

Post a Comment

Send Us Feedback

 

Published Comments

Richard Olson

July 22, 2014

The process you laid out for creating a children's book is perfect. Children and adults can think about creating story in the same method. This is an engaging process that will carry on with children into adulthood. School would have seemed more interesting to me if there had been creative storytelling classes available.
Rich Olson/children’s book illustrator
http://braintofu1.blogspot.com

 

 

Post a Comment

Have you used this information? If so, what worked well for you? Did you make any changes? Share your thoughts here.

*

 

*

E-mail will not be published with comments.

 

*

 

*


characters remaining 5000

 

*

To help us eliminate spam messages,
please type the characters shown in the image.

 

 

 

Send Us Feedback

We are always working to improve our content. Please contact us to share your thoughts about this tip & how-to, including any concerns or suggestions.