NanoWriMo is about to start and Mom and Dad, don’t forget to invite your young writer to share the month of fun with you. There is an entire program just for young writers. With workbooks that are free to download so that that spark of the love of writing can begin November 1st. Teachers and homeschool educators can introduce the young writer to the process as well. There are tools for each circumstance.
Where can I get a free workbook?
Worksheets are included in these free PDF files. Walking the elementary school, middle school, and high school students through the entire process of writing their first novel. With proofreading hints and tips, guidelines on making the story have peaks and valleys of suspense, and guiding the young writer through the entire process. I gained a lot of advice reading these workbooks. These workbooks carry the young writer from plotting, through editing and proofreading all the way to submitting their work for publication.
If there had been a NaNoWriMo when I was a young parent, I can only imagine the fun the children and I would have had throughout the month of November. Instead of just reading books together, we could have all hunkered into the family room and written books together. Now it is a real event. This is the time to share the news with young writers in your life about NaNoWriMo’s Young Writers Program.
What support is available?
Share this post with anyone that you believe might be enthused about their young writer joining in on their creative month. What a wonderful opportunity. As a grandmother, I promise I am sending this information to most of my grandchildren. I have two older grandchildren that I inherited when my daughter married their dad and I am hoping to encourage them as well.
The Young Writer Program website is being revamped at this time, yet there is an opportunity to sign up for notification when the site goes live. They will send an email announcing the new site. I can’t wait to see what new additions have been added. Once the new site goes live the link to the old site will become invalid. So sign up to be notified so that you have all the most current information available. The site should go live any time now as we move closer to November. Just as an aside, I have signed up for notification and will change all the links on this page when it is live, so the links provided, will stay current. 🙂
Want to know more about getting your child or student involved?
Go to Young Writers Program at Nanowrimo and. There is also plenty of information on the educator’s role in NaNoWriMo. Are you a teacher, do you homeschool? Would you like to have your students involved? There are free tools to make this happen.
I hope this has inspired a young writer, a parent, teacher, or educator, to introduce the challenge of NaNoWriMo into your life. Writing can open so many doors to the minds of the children. I hope you take advantage of the opportunity that is available to you.
Please let me know if you are participating. I would love to know how your family of writers, class of writers, or students are doing. Opportunities like this make me so glad to be part of the current computer based world.
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What do you do when your mother’s at work and your kitty needs batteries? You video her a plea for help and text her the video. That’s what Sarah the six year old did. Here is her video. Note the tap tap tapping the on button over and over for effect. This video cracks me up.
I am working with her to do a VLOG of a book review, she is a bit shy. We will see if she will guest post one day. As Sarah says at the end. “So, bye.”