Written by R.R. Cutter & Illustrated by Sari Richter Happy "Black Friday" and kick-off to holiday shopping. After the shopping is done, kick back, relax, and read this unique story to your children. Enjoy!
A story has parts, segments of activity that make up the tale. For students, sometimes it's easier to start with the whole BUT break it down to build the whole story. By taking a look at "snapshots" of the whole picture
The painting on the wall started to shake and twist. Then the corners were lifting off the wall.That's impossible, the corner of a picture can't lift like the corner of a page! As we look around the room at each
DATE EXTENDED! Kids have a chance to become a published author through local competition Parents enter your child's work. Teachers enter your class. Children in kindergarten through Grade 3 are invited to celebrate Family Days by CREATING their own illustrated children’s book
Especially when working with younger students, pictures are a great way to start the storytelling. Chat about characters, where those characters might be, what they are doing. Have the paper and markers ready and invite your child/students to draw what they
Kids have a chance to become a published author through local competition Children in kindergarten through Grade 3 are invited to celebrate Family Days by CREATING their own illustrated children’s book and entering it in a competition run by a GTA
For a young author, illustrating a story can be such an exciting thing to do. And helping kids design and develop characters visually is a big part of the fun. So get your students/children started with these basic questions: • Is
What's yummier than a lovely chocolate and a great book to curl up with and read while you enjoy your candy? A great event that supports local charity. And also provides swag bags and draw prizes. Mohawk Inn & Conference Centre hosted