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10 New Year's Writing Prompts For Kids Imagine Forest
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10 New Year’s Writing Prompts For Kids

The start of a new year is a brilliant time for reflection and writing down your thoughts. Not only can you write about your favourite moments of last year, but you can also look forward and write about the future. The ending of a year is also a very magical ...

7 Creativity Lessons From Leonardo Da Vinci You Can Teach Your Kids imagine forest
Creativity Techniques, Guest Posts
7 Creativity Lessons From Leonardo Da Vinci You Can Teach Your Kids

Now, who wouldn't want to have their children grow up to become another Leonardo Da Vinci one day? In his book, How to Think Like Leonardo Da Vinci: Seven Steps to Genius Every Day, Michael Gelb takes his readers into the mind of one of the 14th-century artist. He cites ...

5 Winter Activities for Kids During The Cold Season _ Imagine Forest
Guest Posts, Kids Activities
5 Winter Activities for Kids During The Cold Season

Children love the winter holiday. Actually, children love any kind of holiday! During the winter holiday, there may be days when your child cannot go play outside. This would usually be because of the weather. You can take this time to give your child some activities which will encourage writing ...

5 Writing Activities Inspired by the Chronicles of Narnia _ imagine forest
Writing Activities
5 Writing Activities Inspired by the Chronicles of Narnia

It’s every child’s dream to enter a fantasy world with a talking lion, an ice queen, sword fighting and of course snow! The Chronicles of Narnia is one of the most memorable stories and book series of all time. It teaches kids that you’re never too old for a good ...

Become a Clerihew Master Tips for Writing a Clerihew Poem _ imagine forest
Guest Posts, Poetry Writing Tips
Become a Clerihew Master: Tips for Writing a Clerihew Poem

Interested in finding out a way to become a comic and a poet at the same time? Get ready to write hilarious poetry by learning how to become a Clerihew Master. Think of a clerihew as a limerick’s cousin, except clerihews are shorter and have fewer rules, so they are ...

How to Boost Children's Literacy during Winter Holidays imagine forest
Guest Posts, Literacy Tips
How to Boost Children’s Literacy during Winter Holidays?

Winters holidays are the perfect time for children and parents to spend more time together. This period of the year has an additional festive note, because of Christmas and New Year. Parents should try and use this period of the year to get a deeper insight into their children’s thoughts ...

How To Wrap Christmas Gifts _ imagine forest christmas
Christmas, Guest Posts
How To Wrap Christmas Gifts: As Told By A Ten Year Old

The Christmas holiday is just around the corner, which means I'm in prep mode! Most of my shopping is done, so now it's time to start the wrapping process. In chatting with my nieces about how they wrap their holiday gifts for friends and loved ones, the eldest, a ten-year-old, ...

Teach Your Children To Love Reading _ imagine forest
Guest Posts, Literacy Tips, Reading Techniques
Teach Your Children To Love Reading: My Childhood Story

Developing the habit of reading in children is one thing a lot of parents struggle with. Unlike playing which comes naturally, children have to learn how to read and they can only do this through the guidance of parents or anyone in a teaching capacity such as grandparents, uncles, aunties ...

christmas writing prompts
Christmas, Writing Prompts
57 Christmas Writing Prompts

Another Christmas has come! This year we are using Christmas writing prompts to countdown the days until Christmas. Not only are our Christmas writing prompts fun, but they will also encourage your child to do a bit of writing each day. I know writing is not the same as getting ...

5 Ways Wooden Toys Support Child Development _ imagine forest
Buying Guides, Guest Posts
5 Ways Wooden Toys Support Child Development

The addition of certain wooden toys to a child’s toy box will never be regretted. They come in many forms and colours. They share a commonality of timeless simplicity, as well as a beauty that comes from being crafted from a beautiful, natural material. Often, parents and grandparents can say ...