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Creative Writing Training Programs Help Children Grow Wiser, Experts Say


Independent writers are most successful when taught about creative writing at an early age, and it helps the children grow wiser in the process. If schools implement creative writing as part of their elementary and secondary learning experience, children will have a creative outlet that stimulates their intelligence. There are tools available to help schools add this curriculum.

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Mark Frank, the owner of says that our products are based on paving the way for beginning writers, which sets the course for successful writers. Since creative writing helps children grow wiser, these products are geared towards the teachers of elementary and secondary classrooms. It gives them the tools to take creative writing to a new level of fun and interest while integrating it with learning themes, such as rainforests, oceans and exploration.

By allowing the students to express the creative energy they have, the students learn to become independent thinking, creative and aspiring authors and teachers can learn to develop the creative side of students that might have been experiencing difficulty learning other ways.

By letting students express their thoughts through creative writing, teachers can witness the excitement of a student that becomes more interested in subjects because of writing their creative thoughts about them.

Mark Frank of believes, if you deviate from the beaten path by finding new and refreshing ways to teach writing to your students, you will equip your students to seek out better writing strategies and cultivate the inspiring writer in all children. Write More Stuff offers the Ranger program for lower elementary students, the Explorers program for intermediate levels and offers workshops and tools for teachers that want to teach their students a fun and exciting way to learn.

Write More Stuff camps have been developed for students in grades 2 through 8, which are held after school, on Saturdays, in the summer and during track-out. They are designed with age-appropriate themes and activities. Specialized camps help students prepare for state writing tests, and you can find camp schedules on the Write More website.

For more information, you can contact Mark Frank at Write More Education Resources or visit their website at .


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