Parents – You Can Encourage Your Child to Write!

Here are a few writing exercises from

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Exercise #1: Your Home Town

Write a paragraph that describes your hometown. Give examples of things your see, hear, smell, taste, and touch. What does your town look like? What sounds do you hear on a moonless summer night? Does a river run through town? What kinds of trees, bushes, or other plants grow there? What foods are most popular or unique in your town? What smells are common? Ocean air? Lilac bushes?

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It’s our 11th Anniversary!

Thank you to all of the schools, libraries, bookstores, community centers and writing groups all across the country that helped to make I Love To Write Day our biggest one yet. November 15, 2012 will mark the tenth year of I Love To Write Day. To read about some of the events that took place, please click here.

To register for I Love To Write Day, contact johnriddle@sprintmail.com

Read the 2012 I Love To Write Press Release

Questions & Answers about I Love To Write Day

Suggested Activities for I Love To Write Day

Governors of Nine States Recognize I Love To Write Day

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