announcement postpone feb 22 23 ANNOUNCEMENT ABOUT THE POSTPONEMENT OF THE YOUNG AUTHORS 2-DAY CREATIVE WRITING BOOT CAMP AND NATIONAL COMPETITION We are grateful for the enthusiasm of our Young Authors for the 2-day boot camp and National Competition. Unfortunately, due to the recent health advisory about the concerts, events and gatherings released […]
Kids have fantastic imaginations. There are 13 short story entries for the Young Authors Competition held on 13th of April at Batangas City. All stories were written by kids ages 9 to 15 years old. Here are the titles of the short stories: Story #1 – It was Mid-April 2019 that time Story # […]
You are never too young to write a book. Children get to learn to write their very own 3,000-word storybooks and improve descriptive and vocabulary skills. All stories are entered into the Young Author Awards, a regional writing competition for under-18s. Shortlisted and winning stories are published as e-books or in print, or in the […]
Imagine a world where children are guided to hold on to their creativity and not be afraid of failing and constantly improving? With English language as the vehicle, our world will never be dull. It will be full of future leaders who know how to innovate and constantly improve. The Unique English Classroom (UEC) has […]
it is important that children do their writing individually because more than just building literacy skills and creativity writing also builds a child’s independence in thought and self-confidence
Every singer has his or her own vocal range. When they try to go outside that range, they will struggle to stay on point. In writing, every writer also has a writing range in terms of genres or creativity. However, children writers have the widest range of stories they can write. They may not be […]
Different children like different kinds of candy. One child might choose to eat sweets..some may even pick bitter or sour sweets as their favourites. Just like candy, reading should be taken as a form of enjoyment and children should be allowed to read whatever they want.
Children should view reading as an enjoyment. They should not dwell so much in the language or the literary elements of the piece but allow their imagination…