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50 Story Starters for Teens

Because sometimes getting started is the hardest part. Sometimes the hardest part of creative writing is coming up with the openin...

Because sometimes getting started is the hardest part.

story starters for teens


Sometimes the hardest part of creative writing is coming up with the opening line.

Where do I start? 
How do I draw the reader in? 
How do I make the introduction interesting?

Sometimes a prompt is helpful.

Review of Classical Copywork

Copywork is one of my favorite homeschool tools for teaching penmanship, grammar and spelling. Amy of Living & Learning at Home has ...


Copywork is one of my favorite homeschool tools for teaching penmanship, grammar and spelling. Amy of Living & Learning at Home has created a new website and business: Classical Copywork. Like Amy, I am a strong believer in copywork and honored that I've been asked to review this new product for you. I was given a free copy of of the poetry to do so.

Overview

The poetry e-book contains 17 poems which make up 114 pages of copywork. That's a pretty good amount of copywork! It is ideal for elementary-age children who have mastered basic writing skills. Of course, if you have special needs children who are still working at an "elementary level" this could be perfect for you as well. This is an excellent, affordable resource for the mom who wants to implement Charlotte Mason style copywork lessons, without having to write out the text each day.