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Writer

Some children are born leaders; others are born observers.

The born observers are the children who do more watching

than talking. They observe people, events, and the world,

and draw conclusions.

Great writers are usually astute observers. Writing provides

children who think outside the box with an outlet for ideas, a

place to record their observations, and a way to express their

feelings.

Duke University, through its TIPS (Talent Identification

Program) program, offers a “Young Writer’s Program,” which

gives students an opportunity to explore their creative genius

and encourages the advancement of their skills through programs

in playwriting, journalism, and the writing of reviews.

The Alfred University Summer Institute in Writing and the

Choate Rosemary Hall Young Writers Workshop are also programs

in which kids can perfect their writing through workshops

and seminars.

For your child who is the observer, a writing program

may be just the thing, but remember that strong and effective

writing skills are important to just about every profession.

Most importantly, writing illustrates the observations of your

child in a concrete way. When observations are put on paper,

an idea is brought to life.