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New Writing Blog for Kids, Parents and Teachers!

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Help Kids Write HQ

Big news!

After playing with this blog for young poets for three years, I realized it was time to make a site to benefit kid writers, their parents and teachers. I wanted it to have lots of tools, educational apps, books and resources. I wanted interviews with writers of all kinds, teachers and parents. I wanted to give kids writing ideas and reasons to write.

Viola! Now you can visit my new blog that is in development: Help Kids Write HQ

Help Kids Write HQ

When you see it, you’re going to notice that there are a few pages with no content. But that is temporary. I will be preparing some guest blog posts with authors and parents to be added very soon. I also want to improve my writing prompts. There will also be some tips of the day posts from time to time as well.

I am also looking for more ideas. This is where all of you, my visitors, come into the picture. I need to know what you would like to see in this kind of website. Write to me here.

Help Kids Write HQ is also on social media. I strongly recommend you visit and follow the various accounts because a lot of extra ideas, tips and inspiration will be found there. (I’m having a little trouble with Google+ right now, but I will resolve that soon.) Subscribe to the blog as well to receive updates of new posts by email.

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Writing Prompt for Kids & Teens #39

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Oooo! Have you ever had a day where you were so tired that you were almost dizzy?

Write a poem about something that wouldn’t be wise to do when you’re dizzy, like walking a tightrope or driving a car. How would it feel? What would happen?

http://klck1400.com/seeing_is_believing/2505
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Dizzy by Tommy Roe

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