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Creative Writing Resources for kids to Inspire _ Imagine Forest
News & Updates
Imagine Forest Launch: Creative Writing Resources for Kids

Finally the Imagine Forest community has launched! And we have made a lot of changes based on your feedback from beta-testing. We will explain all the fun new changes below, so keep on reading. For anyone who doesn’t know much about Imagine Forest. Imagine Forest is an online creative writing ...

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Imagine Forest nominated for the Blogger's Recognition Award
News & Updates
Imagine Forest Nominated For The Bloggers Recognition Award

I am so excited and pleased to be nominated for the Blogger's recognition award. I would really like to thank the wonderful Zuzana of Being a Mama Abroad blog for the nomination. Zuzana blogs about her new adventures into motherhood. And of course, as the name of her blog suggests, ...

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vampire poems for kids _ imagine forest _story saturday
Poetry Examples, Writing Challenges
Vampire Poems for Kids Written by Our Story Saturday Community

All October, the Story Saturday community has been celebrating Scaretober to get into the Halloween spirit. Last week to kick Scaretober off, we gave our community a very spooky writing prompt. Which was, vampires! And we loved the vampire poems our Story Saturday members came up with. Here are our top ...

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Imagine Forest nominated for Liebster Award
News & Updates
Imagine Forest Nominated for Liebster Award

First of all a huge shout out to PetitePepper for nominating us! We would like to especially thank you for your kind nomination and mentioning us on your blog post. For those of you who are not familiar with Susan or Petite Pepper, here’s a quick low down. Susan is ...

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10 easy and fun things to do after school_imagine forest
Guest Posts, Kids Activities
10 Fun and Easy Things to do After School

After a tough day in school, kids are always ready for some fun activities at the end of the day. Such activities help them unwind and this is helpful in their growth and development. Parents can also use this time to bond with their kids and learn about the day. ...

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The Dragon Master A Short Story for Kids _ Imagine forest
Dragons, Guest Posts, Short Stories
The Dragon Master: A Short Story for Kids

It was a beautiful mid-summer morning and I was in the forest picking blueberries. I was walking along and enjoying the fresh morning air but I hadn’t collected enough blueberries for breakfast yet. I decided to go a bit deeper into the forest to see if I could ...

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Five Fun Tricks to Teaching Your Child Creative Writing - imagine forest
Guest Posts, Literacy Tips, Story Writing Tips
5 Fun Tricks for Teaching Your Child Creative Writing

Whether your child is just learning to read or in middle school, it’s never too early or too late to help them become a more creative writer. While some children naturally excel at writing, many need some guidance in this skill. Here are some fun ways to teaching your child ...

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Halloween writing prompts
Freebies, Halloween, Writing Prompts
82+ Halloween Writing Prompts (+ Free Printable)

There are still a couple of weeks until Halloween, making it the perfect time to start writing some Halloween stories and poems. We understand that writing horror stories can be difficult, so here are over 82 Halloween writing prompts to help you out and even a free printable! Whether you ...

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DIY Animal Envelopes tutorial with persuasive letter writing prompts for kids
Paper Crafts, Writing Prompts
DIY Animal Envelopes Tutorial with Letter Writing Prompts

4th October is World Animal Day. And what better activity for world animal day than writing persuasive letters that show the importance of animals in our amazing world. And to make this day even more fun we have a DIY animal envelopes tutorial for you, so you can send your ...

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tips for Teaching Reading and Spelling to Children with Autism
Guest Posts, Literacy Tips, Reading Techniques
5 Tips for Teaching Reading and Spelling to Children with Autism

Were you ever in the spelling bee in elementary school? I remember one time back in early elementary when I was and some of those words I had to study seemed insane… I could not fathom how I would ever remember how to spell “handkerchief” since it had a silent ...

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