It’s summertime, and you may be considering writing something, just for fun. You take out your notebook, your favorite pen, find your cozy writing corner, and … nothing. If the ideas aren’t flowing, the blank white page can be the opposite of fun. Today, on our live session, we’re going to play around with strategies and tools for getting started. Spoiler alert: Be ready for a bunch of quick-thinking brainstorming games that writers can use in lots of circumstances.

 

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Learn a few quick-thinking brainstorming games that writers can use in lots of circumstances. Includes printable worksheets for parents educators and students.

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