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The Writer's Workshop for Kids

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The Writer's Workshop for Kids

Time: March 16, 2010 from 11am to 12pm
Location: Held in Krav Maga Martial Arts Center (sunny location!)
Street: 24002 Via Fabricante, Suite 306
City/Town: Mission Viejo, CA 92691
Website or Map: http://www.ronnirowland.com/w…
Phone: 949.370.4412
Event Type: writing, class, for, kids
Organized By: Veronica (Ronni) Rowland
Latest Activity: Feb 26, 2010

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Event Description

In this supportive, FUN environment students will explore a variety of writing styles & story elements. This six-week session beginning 3/16 will include:

Week 1: You’re My Hero: Introduce yourself!
Week 2: My Dog is Cute: Descriptive writing
Week 3: Let’s Write S’More: Gather ‘round the campfire
Week 4: Smile for the Camera: Photography prompts
Week 5: Mad Libs: Grammar while giggling
Week 6: Goodnight Moon: Writing a bedtime story

Visit the website to download sample writing prompts, activities and student feedback from the recent workshop. You will also find a helpful FAQ page and registration information. Thank you!

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