Creative Writing Elementary

Wonderful for the adult writer, but also helps to know where the YA reader is coming from.

WHAT I LOVE ABOUT IT: Begins with tips for the teacher: how to set up and conduct the “workshop” method of teaching, including dealing with discipline issues, feedback rules and conferencing one-on-one for grading, revising.

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Remind your students that there is no wrong way to respond to the prompts and that they should simply have fun and let their creative minds wander.

We've all had writer's block at one point or another in our lives, so it's easy to understand the frustration students may experience.

Just as athletes need to warm up their muscles, writers need to warm up their minds and creativity.

We’ve gathered five fun creative writing activities you can assign to spark a love for writing.

Our hope is that these activities will create a workshop-like environment that fosters feedback and collaboration in your writing classroom.

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