Yes they do, well the older one. The little one isn't writing yet, but he loves to tell stories. We got them this little story cube game off of Amazon. You roll the picture dice and use those as prompts to create stories. It's great! they love it and it engages their brains and keeps them entertained at the same time.
Yes! Three of mine have shown great interest in writing. My 13 and 10 year old both have projects in the works and my 15 yo is starting to write so she can break into freelancing soon. She has already had two articles and a poem published.
I am going to look for that story cube game. It sounds like a great gift idea to inspire writing.
My daughter is only four, but she is already writing stories in her own way. Sometimes she will pick up a chapter book and start telling a story like she is reading it from the book, only it is her own story. I still can't believe the imagination she has! I keep meaning to actually write down the stories that she tells.
I don't have children. But as children, both my husband and I used to write short stories and plays. If we have children in the future, I would definitely read stories to them and hope that their imagination would help them to write stories and plays to share with us, and perhaps, even the world. That's a great question!
One of mind does and has been for years - even before he could write - now, that was a challenge for me then, when he'd ask me to read it.
He loves drawing as well and of late I have been telling him he should write a book. One day, maybe.
yes he does
it made me proud really... i never thought he'd pull through but he did and even made a powerpoint presentation about it.
He's just seven years old by the way
I remember posting his story in one of my hubs located here:
Explore Your Child's Interests: http://rutheddavid.hubpages.com/hub/Exp … -Interests
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