Happy Monday, everyone! (and a Happy Memorial Day to American Hubbers)
You might have read in our blog about the new incarnation of the fantastic HubMob program which was run by Princessa, rmcrayne, wyanjen, and Shirley Anderson. It's called the Weekly Topic Inspiration and works substantially the same way. It's a great way to get topics when your own well of inspiration runs dry, and to participate in a community project of adding a new group of high-quality Hubs on a certain topic. Every week has a different topic to help get your creative juices flowing.
Participation is easy. All you have to do is follow these directions below.
1) Click here to visit this week's topic. 2) Click the green button "answer this question". 3) Click the gray button below the box (leave that empty) that says "make a Hub about it." 4) Give your Hub a very specific title, like Books for 3 year olds, Ebooks for children or Coloring books about animals. 5) Create good quality original content that hasn't been covered before. 6) After you publish your Weekly Topic Inspiration Hub, come back to this forum thread and post a link to your Hub with a brief description of what you wrote about and why.
Ok, since my master's is in education and this is kinda like what I do for a REAL living, I couldn't pass this up. I wrote about chapter books and why you should keep reading with your children even when they're not little anymore:
Huh! And here I thought I had the ultimate, the ne plus ultra, of 'non-degrees!' I hold an AA in Liberal Arts--that's the dabbler's degree for those of us who can't make up our minds what we want to be when we grow up.
Jason - thanks for continuing the HubMob tradition and Inspiration is a great choice of names for this. Also thanks to Princessa, Shirley Anderson, rmcrayne and wynanjen for the great job they did with the HubMob.
This is a good topic and having had two young children (now adults) of my own along with numerous nieces and nephews (also now adults) whom I enjoyed reading to when they were young, I decided to do a second Hub on this topic. In this one, I stretched the topic a bit and wrote about entertaining and interacting with young children by making up and telling your own stories. Here is a link to it:
Since I didn't see any Hubs mentioning the Berestain Bears series of young children books I decided to tackle this for my final Hub on this week's topic. I enjoyed reading these books to my children when they were young.
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Hello everyone, a big thank you to all the HubMobsters who took part in last week's HubMob on Children's education. We have 37 hubs on the topic. A special thanks to GeneralHowitzer for the hard work presenting 5 hubs in the topic:...
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