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  1. Parent & Afterschool Resources | Grades   5 – 10  |  Printout  |  Writing It Out
    From Picture to Story
    This organizer can help children and teens describe a picture using their five senses, which will later allow them to better write about the picture.
  2. Parent & Afterschool Resources | Grades   6 – 12  |  Printout  |  Learning New Skills
    Online Profile Tips
    Use these tips to talk about information teens can usually share safely in online profiles. Talk about how the tips also apply to blogs, e-mail, and instant messages (IMs).
  3. Parent & Afterschool Resources | Grades   9 – 12  |  Printout  |  Learning New Skills
    Possible Interview Questions
    Young adults can use this printout to interview a friend, family member, or acquaintance to learn more about the interviewee’s life.
  4. Parent & Afterschool Resources | Grades   9 – 12  |  Printout  |  Charting Progress
    Reading Record Chart
    Teens can use this chart to keep track of the books, stories, and magazine articles that they’ve read over a period of time.
  5. Parent & Afterschool Resources | Grades   9 – 12  |  Printout  |  Writing It Out
    Review Writing Tips
    This printout helps adolescents focus on characteristics of well-written reviews and what makes them unique.
  6. Parent & Afterschool Resources | Grades   K – 12  |  Printout  |  Learning New Skills
    Three Ways to Bind a Handmade Book
    Use one of these three techniques for bookbinding to make children’s and teens’ multi-page texts easier to keep, share, and display.
  7. Parent & Afterschool Resources | Grades   9 – 12  |  Printout  |  Learning New Skills
    Through the Eyes of the Director
    What makes a movie work or fail? A well-made movie can draw viewers in so completely that they can forget that everything they see and hear was planned out by the filmmakers. This printout prompts teens to look at several distinct elements of a movie and decide on their overall effectiveness.
  8. Parent & Afterschool Resources | Grades   9 – 12  |  Printout  |  Learning New Skills
    Tips for Teens Writing a Children's Picture Storybook
    This printout helps young writers focus on characteristics of well-written children’s picture storybooks and what makes them unique.
  9. Parent & Afterschool Resources | Grades   7 – 10  |  Printout  |  Learning New Skills
    Tips for Using Movie Maker
    It’s easy to make a movie today, thanks to software that may already be on your home computer. Create movies to communicate through video.