Kids writing can be difficult, but it’s not impossible, according to a new book that teaches kids how to write a short essay.
The Essentials in Writing series is geared toward parents who want to teach their kids how best to write essays.
“Kids write essays that are more engaging, more relatable, more engaging in their own ways,” said the author of the book, Julie Luebke, a professor of psychology at Rutgers University.
“We’re talking about writing about your own life, or what you love, or the world around you.
It’s the same with writing about other people’s lives.”
The book, entitled Essentials, was published earlier this year by HarperCollins.
It features 50 short essays that teach kids how “to write for themselves,” Luebrke said.
She says kids should be encouraged to express themselves as best they can, and that the essays should be written in a way that reflects their age.
The essays can be used in any form, and include things like stories, music, art, and quotes.
They can also help young people learn about their own writing and the writing process.
“It’s a way to think about what you’re writing and how you’re saying it,” Luesbke said of writing.
“You’re not just writing down your thoughts, but you’re thinking about them, and your thoughts are reflected in the piece of writing.”
Lueblke says she has been able to get children to participate in the Essentials series by offering them some of the books available for free.
“The first time I taught it to them, they were excited and they wanted to read more.
And that’s the point,” she said.
Luesberke says the Essential series is intended to give parents and teachers a framework for how to teach kids to write.
She also says parents can learn to create short essays by doing exercises like the ones in the book.
“When you have a group of kids and you have to decide, ‘Well, what’s this time going to be like for me to write this essay?
Is this going to work or not?’
Well, you’re doing a little bit of homework to figure that out.
You’re trying to figure out, ‘What’s the best way to communicate my thoughts to these kids?’ “