When most children think of writing they think of tons of lined paper with thousands of words written on it, line by line with the occasional spacing for paragraphs. But writing doesn’t need to be that boring and gloomy. Today I bring you my top 10 writing activities to making writing fun and colourful!
As part of literacy week 2015, I am giving away three copies of ‘Charlie and the chocolate factory’ by Roald Dahl to THREE lucky winners! All you have to do is follow Imagine Forest on Twitter and retweet the following tweet:
Most grown-ups don’t realise it, but the greatest life lessons can be learnt from children’s books. It is important to appreciate these quotes and not to forget them when growing up. Here are my top 10 favourite quotes from the children’s books I used to read and still do read:
I love everything about owls, their intelligence, the way they hunt at night and sleep during the day. Even the annoying sound of them hooting that wakes you up at five in the morning! That’s why today I am going to show you how to make an easy paper owl bookmark. This can be used when reading your favourite stories…
‘The little prince’ tells the story of a pilot stranded in the desert fixing his aeroplane, until one day he meets a little boy – the Little Prince. The Little Prince tells the pilot many stories of his magical journey from his little planet and of his encounters with different grown-ups. The story focuses on how grown-ups are only interested in figures or matters of very little importance in life, in which the Little Prince cannot understand. The story highlights how most grown-ups miss out on the simple things in life, such as friendship, love and the beauty of the world because they are too occupied with gaining wealth and power.