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Unjournaling by Dawn DiPrince
Provides over 200 impersonal creative writing prompts for writers of middle-school age and higher, along with sample responses.
Unjournaling by Cheryl Miller Thurston
Creative Writing For Teens by Amanda J Harrington
Creative Writing for Teens is part of the Creative Writing for Kids series. This series brings out the fun in creative writing and literacy, helping young people to develop creative thinking and gain new skills. The creative work is a combination of practical/technical exercises, such as leaflets and reports and imaginative writing with exciting and gripping story ideas. The work is fully guided with lots of example answers, including a detailed and immersive project at the end of the book. All the exercises have been used in real-life tuition and classes, with different ages and abilities, by students aged 13 to 19
A Sentence A Day by Samantha Prust
These brisk and humorous one-sentence examples of writing mistakes provide teachers with what are often called "daily oral language" exercises that help students master the basics of capitalization, mechanics, punctuation, and usage. Such quick mini-lessons can become boring when the sentence comes from another classroom subject such as science, but this book's punchy declarations get kids' attention and keep the focus on writing. Each exercise includes an at-a-glance summary of skills addressed, as well as quick ideas and tips to help students understand basic grammar concepts.
Yoga For The Brain by Dawn DiPrince
Includes 365 writing prompts to help writers of all ages experiment with words and play with language.
Science Arts by MaryAnn F Kohl
Get ready to explore the world of science through art with these open-ended experiments! Science Arts introduces the scientific magic of crystals, light, constellations, plants, and more through creative art projects. Each of the more than 100 hands-on projects is designed to help children discover essential science topics through a creative process unique to each individual. Concepts include light and sight, motion and energy, and nature and ecology. Science Arts provides both teachers and parents with a diverse range of activities for making science creative, fun and fascinating. The possibilities are wide open and endless!
Seize The Story by Victoria Hanley
Offers advice to teenaged authors on the techniques of orginating, developing, and editing fiction; profiles successful teen authors; and answers common questions about the writing process.
A Call To Character by Colin Greer
A literary collection includes essays about each work, and emphasizes self-discovery and character development
Revolting Writing For Boys And Girls Who Dare by Jennifer Cabrera
If you struggle to get your child to write an essay, or even a paragraph, this book is for you! Revolting Writing(c) goes rogue and reaches reluctant writers on their level of interests and was created out of desperation to get kids excited about writing. This 18 week journal program is chocked full of kid-thrilling topics and disgusting humor. (teacher's guide and answer key included) Suggested age/grade level: 9-13 yrs. or grades 5th-8th. The vocabulary list in each lesson is meant to engage, excite, challenge and elicit laughter. Each weekly lesson includes: Revolting or rousing theme Related vocabulary words ] fun slang terms defined Humorous and informative vocabulary exercise Revolting or playful writing prompt discretely encouraging different types of essays An Illustration page to enhance creative expression Hilarious cursive handwriting copywork exercise Example Chapter Titles: Design a Disease, How to Pretend to Clean Your Room, The Art of the Fart, and even more exciting topics! As a homeschool mom of 3 boys I know the struggle to excite boys to write. A miraculous thing happened when, at my wits end, I asked my son to write about the contents of the toilet. It was magical. He was putting words together in sentences and paragraphs without complaining. Through laughter I was able to help him edit his grammar, spelling, and sentence structure. When allowed to write about what interests and excites them, kids are more willing to try. Out of desperation, I reached my child and he learned to write. I hope this book brings laughter and a love of writing to your reluctant writer as well. *Disclaimer: This book contains gross words and potty humor such as "poop, loogie, fart" etc.
Writing For The Academic Disciplines by Sally Kerry Hayward
Combining a rhetoric, a reader, and a handbook, this three-in-one volume explores the conventions and forms of academic writing common throughout the humanities, the social sciences, and the sciences. By progressing through the engaging lessons, readings, and exercises, students will build theskills they need to write with confidence in their chosen discipline.