Drama and hands-on activities to dispel writing anxieties and empathise with story characters
Exchange ideas through teamwork and collaboration to build confidence
Strategic plot planning to help your child stay focused on the themes
Good hooks to grab readers’ attention – you’d want to impress right from the beginning!
Captivate readers with appropriate and beautiful phrases
Responsive plotting using 3 creative planning methods
Focus on logical resolutions and endings that many younger students lack
Your child will not be writing stories aimlessly. Most children tend to start on a high note and lose steam as they write. This is because they run out of ideas along the way. Your child will also appreciate the interaction between plot and writer. As a junior writer, your child will be able to understand the subtle differences among the various junctures of the story mountain. Your child will learn to use specific strategies to tackle each plot segment. If story endings are a concern to you, we assure you that your child will learn how to resolve the story logically without digressing. An appropriate ending will be the derivative. We teach your child to select the best ending modes to wrap up the story succinctly.
“My favourite story is Father Christmas. We get to act out a skit before we started analysing the characters. During that lesson, I learnt to write something meaningful. Best of all, I could get a lollipop as a reward. This is my third holiday course at Writers Studio.”
~ James Lew Jia En
“I like to write but I needed to put on a bigger thinking cap. I learnt to make some bends in my story plot.I learnt new ways to write about the characters and what they do in their stories. I could pick up new vocabularybecause at every paragraph, we are taught new phrases.”
~ Kang Yu Cheng
“I enjoy the lessons taught during the Creative Writing Camp.There were so many interesting activities. I remember that we had to wear aface mask with a big nose and act out a character. It makes me think aboutwhat the character will say and do in my story. I learn to create new characters inmy stories.”