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Original Composition by Adam age 15 A parent of a special ed student mailed to tell us that his son was able to concentrate for 15 minutes while composing a story at Kids' Space.
Then his entire class Joined for fun learning experience on the net. Kids' Space responded and created Classroom sections.
Soon, many Home Schools joined for collaborating learning, and multi-grade classes at remote areas participated and found themselves globally communicating with other classrooms. Click the icons to see the class sections. He mentioned Kids' Space and children's collaboration in C-Span cable channel.
Kids' Space was introduced on newspapers, Magazines, TV shows, and radio programs. The new system in a closed environment was used by over 30, children and their parents, and 6, teachers from all over the world.
They enjoyed learning from each other, creating clubs and forums, and collaborating in school projects. InKids' Space became Kids' Space Foundation, a c 3 not for profit organization as one of the first formations from an Internet-based volunteer group.
This was achieved from the support of people and organizations who cared about children and the Internet. These two were merged into "Children's Forum for the Future".Creative writing not only allows kids to express their feelings, it helps them clarify their own ideas and beliefs, and discover what they know or think about a topic.
This program attempts to teach kids all the fundamental skills needed for good short story writing. They take the idea of a secret society and “enlist” children in the mysterious and intriguing club to go on a writing adventure.
Creative Kids offers an opportunity for children ages six through 15 years to exhibit their creativity and skill at the Spring Fair. School-aged kids have the opportunity to enter their original work in the categories of Art, Baking, Creative Writing, Photography, . And most kids enter school with an enthusiasm for writing—as a way to express themselves.
Creative writing not only allows kids to express their feelings, it helps them clarify their own ideas and beliefs, and discover what they know or think about a topic.
Written by Bryan Cohen Bryan Cohen is the author of more than 30 books, many of which focus on creative writing and blasting through that pesky writer's block. The Loft Young Writers' Program features creative writing classes for youth ages 6– Classes are generally broken down into suggested age ranges of 6–8, 9–11, 12–14, 13–17, and 15– The bulk of our youth classes are offered in the summer, but there are classes offered all year round.