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Christopher Edge, author of 'How to Write your Best Story Ever!', shares his top 10 tips to help your child write amazing stories.
Top tips for helping children develop great plots in their creative writing.
Coming up with a great story idea can be tricky, so we've gathered together four fun activities to inspire your child's creative writing as we celebrate creativity and imagination this September.
Every story needs a star! These four fun activities will help any aspiring author dream up some page-turning protagonists.
Every writer wants to find the perfect words to tell their story. These activities will guide your child through four ways to make language sparkle in their creative writing, from creating striking similes to wielding unusual words.
Author Christopher Edge shares his top tips on for planning a top-tier tale for the BBC 500 Words short story competition.
Coronavirus is the 2020 Oxford Children’s Word of the Year. Find out about children’s evolving use of language from analysis of stories from BBC 500 Words 2020.
500 Words: Black Lives Matter – how are British children responding to the emerging themes and issues in their writing?
Almost 6,000 children entered the writing competition in July 2020 and Oxford University Press' analysis shines a light on children’s insight, empathy, and imagination when writing about race. Find out more.
An alternative list of recommended books for boys. Perfect for boys who are looking to read about something other than football or jokes about bottoms!
From storytelling games to alternative Christmas stories, encourage your child’s creative writing during with our top tips for creative writing at Christmas.
When you look down at a blank piece of paper, inspiration can seem a long way away. Here are Christopher Edge's top tips for coming up with story ideas.
Finished a first draft of your short story and not sure what to do next? Read Christopher Edge's top tips for polishing your story to perfection.
A must-have write-in book for kids to put down their ideas, set the scene, choose their characters and craft their best short story in 500 words. With colourful illustrations throughout, it has prompts and ideas for building plot, action, characters and scenes. It also has suggestions for beginnings and endings to help children who are looking for a starting point. View product