You and your child now have a new way of looking at writing, and a new focus on nurturing critical and creative thinking skills. Thinking skills can be nurtured anywhere and can focus on any subject. You will find there are many opportunities to open up dialogue and conversation on topics of interest or events that arise during the day.
Providing an environment where thinking skills can be nurtured will deepen and enrich your relationship with your child in many wonderful ways. Equally important, it will allow your child the space to find his or her own unique voice. This voice that your child is developing will transfer over to your child’s writing. Stay conscious, have patience, and you’ll be able to witness your child emerge as a unique and powerful communicator.
It has been a privilege for me to share with you these writing strategies. In the weeks ahead, I will be offering more writing/thinking/grammar tips. Look for my weekly, short and sweet
It will contain one writing tip each week. Look for it Tuesday mornings in the coming weeks, and be sure to add firstname.lastname@example.org to your address book so it won’t end up in your spam folder. You will also find a question and answer section, so feel free to email me your questions at email@example.com, and I will choose 1 or 2 questions each week to answer in Tuesday’s Tip.
Wishing you joy, ease, and fun as you continue the adventure of guiding and learning with your child!
Creator & Director, Incite to Write
This free training course introduces you to the INCITE TO WRITE program. For more information on the curriculum, visit the Incite to Write website at http://incitetowrite.com/
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please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org