Tips for Encouraging Children To Write

Written by Deborah Shelton

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Tips for Encouraging Children to Write By Deborah Shelton

Want to encourage your child's love of writing? Or inspire one who would rather do anything but write? The answer may be as simple as findingrepparttar 109444 right pen. Just as your child may have had a security blanket or an impossibly dirty teddy bear that she refused to let you kidnap torepparttar 109445 dark recesses ofrepparttar 109446 washing machine, she may need a special writing tool that's all her own.

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Once you have tracked down a favorite pen, try to do as many creative things as you can think of to get your child to use it.

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