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Help a Child Write a Story
|Grades||2 – 4|
|Tip Topic||Tips for Teaching Writing
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January 19, 2017
This is a wonderful approach for children and tutors/family. Simple, direct, exploratory, well laid out and formulated. Thank you very much.
V.Harshini Rheya Naidu
August 11, 2016
This is a really helpful guide. I would encourage you to read it and try to follow it.
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
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