What kids are making in their Scribble Press classes

December 10, 2010 at 3:25 am Leave a comment

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Kid Authors in class at Scribble Press

It’s the end of the session in Scribble Press’ writing and story classes, and we are amazed by what they have created! This week all the kids – from the 2 year olds in Colors class to the 7th graders in Voluminous Vocabulary – got their finished books – made by them over the course of 12 weeks.  In Colors, the 2-3 year olds created a beautiful book with a page dedicated to their own artwork of each color.  In Great Books, 4-6 year-olds read classic picture books and created art about them.  In Comic Books, 1st-6th graders learned the fine art of telling stories frame by frame and created some brilliant comic stories.  And in Voluminous Vocabulary, middle schoolers created their own cartoon dictionary.  What a great way to have fun with words!

Ebook versions of some of the class books are here – thanks to Gemma, Grace and Grace for letting us share their books!

Check out Gemma’s cool take on “Charlie and Lola” and other books from Great Books class

Read “Yankoidee’s Meanwhile Adventure” by Grace, written in Comic Book class

See how Grace remembers vocabulary words with her Voluminous Vocabulary book

The next class series starts in January – see the classes offered and register your young storytellers, aspiring artists and wordsmiths here!

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a young artist having fun

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