2021 Winter – Creative Writing for Elementary Students


Fostering a love of writing can be massively beneficial to your student later in life, and it will help them think out of the box.

Writing engages both sides of your brain: the right side is responsible for creativity and the left side is the more analytical and logical side. Both sides are crucial to all writing, but especially creative writing.

For elementary students, now is an excellent time to experiment with creative writing because it helps them channel their imaginations into a productive format and learn how to express their thoughts effectively. 

We’ll begin with a discussion of what good writing is and what each of us enjoys about it, then move into an exploration of different types of creative writing, ranging from fiction to poetry

At the conclusion of our class, we will compile our work into a self-published magazine (known as a Zine in the literary world) and each student will receive a copy!


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Course Features

  • Grade G3 - G5
  • Max Enroll 6
  • Class Time 9:00 am – 10:30 am EST, Sundays (1/31 - 5/9, no class on 2/14, 3/28, 4/4)
  • Class Location Online
$240/12 Classes
Grace is currently a senior at Rochester Adams High School. She has been the Teacher’s Assistant in mYe’s Speech class and Writing class for the past two years. As part of the Midwest Region for the Scholastics Art & Writing Competition, she has received a Gold Key in the Short Story division and a Silver Key in the Critical Essay division —the only one at her school to do so. She has collaborated on multiple self-published magazines in the past. In addition, she has attended the Emerging Writers Institute hosted at Stanford University.