SPONSORED POST: It’s time for your child to find out how fun writing can be at Creative Writing Workshop‘s summer program on the campus of beautiful Wellesley College. Our last session runs August 5 – 8, 8:45am – 11:45am. Spaces are currently available, so register now for this unique program open to writers of all ability levels — boys and girls — ages 8 through 12.
This special writing workshop blends creativity and fun with the written word. Students will be “all in” on the writing process, often with multiple works-in-progress going such as short stories, personal narratives, poetry, journals, and graphic stories. The writers will hone important skills and gain confidence in their abilities, all while having fun with the process. All curriculum materials are included in tuition.
To spark imaginations, kids do activities both indoors and outdoors. By infusing joy in the creative writing process, students become more independent and confident in their writing ability and will find how fun writing can be. Students receive individual attention and will benefit from the creative ideas shared by all. The group is limited in size to ensure a low teacher:student ratio.
The Wellesley College Club at 727 Washington Street is our air conditioned indoor space. Most of our inspiration will come from the lush landscape, outdoor sculpture and art, and exposure to the dynamic culture of Wellesley College.
Please ask about the “Bring a Friend” discount. Spaces are currently available.
For more information, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Instructor Sue Francis McCarthy holds two degrees – Bachelor of Arts in English from Amherst College and a Master’s in Liberal Studies from Wesleyan University. An experienced classroom teacher, she enjoys working closely with students to nurture their creativity and to encourage the development of their writing skills. Prior to her current teaching role, Sue has taught middle school writing and high school English in independent schools in both Connecticut and Manhattan. She loves to improve stretch the creative minds of young writers.