If you like reading, writing, or illustrating stories, you are in the right place!
Each school year, you learn important skills at school that help you become a better writer. Writing a story can be challenging sometimes, but Jeff Kinney, the author of Diary of a Wimpy Kid, has some great tips for you to follow:
1. Take your time writing. To become an expert, you need lots of practice!
2. Find someone to help you out. Ask an someone who can edit your work to make it even better!
3. Be unique. Try something new and make your work stand out.
For this week’s early enrichment, check out
To enter, your class will need to write a story on the topic of the LIBRARY. Your story can be nonfiction or fiction, but it has to be at least 250 words, and it cannot be more than 1,000.
When you are finished have your teacher email the story to your EY Coordinator! We will share your stories on the blog