On this page I'll include some of my favorite places
on the web, along with an explanation of what I like about each site.
Children's author Aaron Shephard imparts some valuable advice
to young authors on this page. Follow his suggestions for good storytelling, try his writing activities, or check out some
of his recommended books for budding authors.
Aaron's Young Author Page
This site has lots of ways for young authors to practice their craft and
publish online: write a mystery, review a book or a game, or add a paragraph to an ongoing story.
The Write Site covers topics dealing with U.S. newspaper history, lessons
on sharpening journalism and research skills, and lists of resources for your students to explore this career. Teachers might
want to check out the Editor's Desk for access to great lesson plans and activities celebrating the printed word.
The Write Site
Publish your news stories, personal essays, creative writing, or just your
thoughts on this online kid's newspaper. Visitors may read author profiles and chat is a sports area, or read about the latest
award-winning young authors.
My pre-teen girl loves to visit an english jokes site call www.flowgo.com