Playing with Words: Poetry Free Writing

Poetry Free writing Live Video, Homeschooling, Humility and Doxology

Free writing is an exercise that works for all ages and skill levels.  You can play with words without worrying about mechanics.  Even pre-readers can free write if you’re willing to transcribe their words as they dictate!

Do you have a child who hates to write?  Playing with words can be a fabulous way to take the pressure off and just have fun with language.

Free writing is a delightful part of our family’s life, and one of our favorite ways to play with words is through writing poetry.  In this video, I give some tips and strategies for including poetry free writing in your family’s life, and share some IRL examples from our family!

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Links mentioned:

Ultimate Poetry Book List

Poetry Free Writing Haiku

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Some of the poetry titles mentioned:

Playing with Words_ Poetry Free Writing Tips and Examples, Homeschooling

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