When you compare your first inkling of an idea to someone’s finished book, you’re likely to feel discouraged. Ideas are flighty, feathery, and to be treasured. Instead of judging your ideas, why not play around with them a bit and see where they might take you? You’re likely to find that once you develop an idea, the layers you add start to give it heft and weight, and soon, you have a true book idea. Wondering how this process might work? Join us for this Facebook Live mini-lesson, where we’ll play some games and discuss strategies for developing your next idea.

 

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Instead of judging your ideas, why not play around with them a bit and see where they might take you? Learn some strategies for developing your next idea. Free printable included. Great for parents and educators.