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Writing Workshops for Kids

If your child loves to write, tell stories or report on events, a writing workshop is a wonderful way for him to spend time after school. A writing workshop can help a young author emerge and provide focus, inspiration and challenge your child to aspire to publishing their writing. If your child want to tell a story, help them by providing access to expert

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Game On! – Punctuation Games

Educational games are always a fun and easy way to get kids to practice their academics and have fun at the same time. The summer time is the perfect opportunity for kids to brush up on what they have been learning all year long in school. By simply spending a few minutes each day on the computer with games like these, kids can keep

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Summer Essay and Poetry Contest | Poetic Power

Poetic Power Give your student(s) motivation, purpose, and an appreciation for writing and poetry this summer with the Poetic Power / Creative Communications poetry and essay contest. Every famous writer started somewhere… your student(s) can start here! K-12 students in the United States or Canada can submit their poems or essays for a chance to get published and win prizes. The best of the

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Hundreds of Exciting Afterschool Language Arts Activities

http://www.readwritethink.org/parent-afterschool-resources/ Looking for fun activities and projects, games or suggested readings for your student(s) afterschool? Want to encourage your child to read and write? ReadWriteThink.org has hundreds of fun reading and language arts, after-school resources for parents organized by grade level. Below I have sampled each category on ReadWriteThink’s Parent and Afterschool Resource page to paint a picture of the plethora of resources available

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