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Brave Writer: Peace and progress in the writing process.
Brave Writer: Peace and progress in the writing process.

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The Brave Writer Team is happy to announce our brand new venture: PoetryTeatime.com

The website is open and we've got a FREE Quick Start to Poetry Teatime Guide, and a contest!

THERE are recipes, poetry stories, resources, and more to be explored. Hope you'll drop by and PLEASE get the word out by sharing this post! Thanks! We're so excited about bringing the practice of Poetry Teatime to the world!

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Brave Writer online writing classes are unique! We teach you, we teach your kids, we teach your family! Squeeze in some writing before the year's end! Spring Registration is now OPEN!

Direct link: http://www.bravewriter.com/program/online-classes/registration

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Did you miss the live Art Appreciation workshop? You can still participate!

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As you build your family lives, you are bringing a kind of education that DEFIES planning. Know what I mean? It’s the “way leads on to way” education. Embrace it.

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Turn your child’s interests into real learning experiences!

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Happy Birthday, E. L. Konigsburg (Feb. 10th)! To celebrate, the Arrow (literature-based language arts) for her novel, From the Mixed Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler, is HALF PRICE through Friday, Feb. 12, 2016 at midnight EST! ($4.95).

Get yours now: http://store.bravewriter.com/collections/arrow-single-issues

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Join me with your kids for an exploration of Art Appreciation on Periscope! We're going to play with art books and send your kids on treasure hunts through them. You'll need my FREE Guide so be sure to grab it now and have it printed and ready to go tomorrow.

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The full Perfectionism scope is now available plus a free transcript of it!

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Writing prompt! Think of a time when you learned something new using your feet. Maybe it was learning ice skating or playing hopscotch or standing on tiptoe. Now write from the perspective of your feet and let them give their take on the process!

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Not much time for writing today? No problem! Here are 10 writing exercises your child can do in just 30-seconds!
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