Click the link below to see select pictures of a typical workshop in action THE WRITER’S WORKSHOP – A VIRTUAL TOUR
Sure hope your kids have a great time with a day off on Presidents’ Day. We hear that some States like California have the whole week off celebrating Presidents’ week. WOW! Take a look at the acrostic poem written by Continue reading Presidents’ Day Printables
More than sixty young poets from Grades 1- 8 in the writer’s workshop recently participated in a haiku poetry contest organized by the Young Poets Organization, (www.youngpoets.org) of which 52 students received the distinction of having their poems published in the Continue reading 52 Young Poets excel in National Poetry Contest!
Another year, and another Leprechaun contest! You may end up being the luckiest person alive if you ever manage to catch a Leprechaun, because finding a leprechaun is not that easy. They say that the best way is to sneak Continue reading Lucky Leprechauns and Happy St.Patrick’s Day 2014
Oh, what a day for the young poets at the Learn To Write Now workshop! A group of 28 students from the workshop participated in the haiku poetry contest in the winter of 2013 organized by the Young Poets Organization. Continue reading Young Poets excel in National Poetry Contest
If you think about it, we don’t ask Why enough.”Why do I really want to pursue that job or why am I sticking with this one or even Why can’t I pursue my passion?”Thinking deeply about the Why is not Continue reading The Why Project
You may end up being the luckiest person alive if you ever manage to catch a Leprechaun, because finding a leprechaun is not that easy. The best way is to sneak up while he is mending his shoes, the only Continue reading Lucky Leprechauns & Happy St. Patrick’s Day
‘Twas snow much fun indeed! To receive and read close to fifteen entries (this was amazing given that the writers had just about half-a-day in total) where young and even some young-at-heart writers shared their Snow Day experiences with great Continue reading Announcing the Winners of Snow Day Contest
Keep cabin fever at bay with these easy crafts, games and experiments designed for those winter days when school is closed. 1. Check out some snowflakes. Your little know-it-all may have heard that no two snowflakes are alike; now prove it. Continue reading Snow Much Fun!
The Young Writers’ Workshop begins on Apr 2nd, 2013 for Grades K-5 and on Apr 6th, 2013 for Middle School. The Spring workshop is eight weeks long. Each class size is small with a minimum of 6 to a maximum of 12 students. The small class Continue reading Spring Into Writing With Young Writers’ Workshop