The importance of creative writing cannot be stressed enough to children who are growing and learning the complexity of the English Langauge. But many times schools and other institutes fail to teach their children the methodologies of being a creative writer, and unlike writing an academic answer, creative writing doesn't require anything to do with rote learning!

Here are a few easy tips on being a better creative writer, so that any child can start penning down their imagination!

1. Choose A Medium
Creative writing can come in many forms. Be it poems, passages, haikus, or small diary entries! Choosing how you want to convey your message helps in narrowing down the content that you would want to write.

2. Use Your Limitless Imagination
The beauty of creative writing is that it need not be factual! So you can explore and write about any topic you feel, and can make up stories and backgrounds and even languages if you feel extra adventurous.

3. Read Everything!
Books, papers, snippets, ads, read them all! Inspiration can strike you from anywhere. So expanding your knowledge about the English language not only opens you to new ideas but also makes you a well-versed reader, giving you the ability to create structured and meaningful passages.

4. Take Out Time
For many, creative writing seems like a daunting task as being able to put imagination into words can seem hard. But worry not! If you spend even 10 minutes thinking about the topic and flow of your content, you'll be able to write anything you think of!

5. Write First, Polish Later
Most of the times when children are writing in a flow, they tend to make plenty of grammatical and spelling errors. But this isn't something they need be punished on. Allow the child to write freely and then have them go over their work to fix any errors. This teaches them to mindful the next time they write.

To help your child understand, execute, and enjoy creative writing, opt for our creative writing classes, which are clubbed with other important classes such as Grammar Grip and Public Speaking, which improves the overall communication skill of children.