Story Writing Together

for Young Writers

 

Story Writing Together

 

“Once upon a time there was a bumblebee who saved everyone’s lives…”  Using a simple framework, children were given the freedom and support to create imaginative short stories reflecting their own experiences, passions and cultures. Talk Together London ran these workshops throughout 2017 at local schools and libraries. The Help a Child Publish a Story project achieved creative learning through storytelling, and continues to run, with new stories regularly published online.

Source:  RBKC Arts Visual

 

 

 

Free Talk Together Giftseven brief paragraph starters

that support young writers to draft and publish a short 7-sentence story online for free.

It'll take less than ten minutes of your time to complete a story.

Don't miss the chance to try!

 

 

 

 

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Children and young people do well academically and socially through after school education and activities.

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References:

1  Source:  BBC - After-school clubs 'boost grades'

2  Source: Time Magazine - The White House Said After-School Programs Don't Help Kids. Here's What the Research Says

3  Source: Psychology Today - After-School Programs Do Work!