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Some ‘Goodeyedeers’

deerA change from my normal posts – this one is ‘about writing stories’ rather than an actual story.

A fellow retired educator and I have been creating resources for teachers and putting them on TES Resources (both for UK and USA teachers) under the name ‘Goodeyedeers’. Our latest is a booklet for children with a variety of writing prompts in it.

Here is an example page about writing Etheree Poems. Don’t know what an Ethereee Poem is? Then read on.

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By the time the booklet is finished the writer will have – 12 Shapely Poems,
4 Twitter Stories, 1 Dazzling Drabble, 6 Baker’s Dozen, 1 New Fairy Tale,
1 Dictionary Story, 4 Useful Lists

Even though it has been put together with 9-13 year olds in mind it is nevertheless something that might appeal to all ages of writers. I tried it out with my Writing Group recently and they loved it.

MikeJackson©2015

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Now that I'm retired I have more time to devote to writing my blog and creating short stories.

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