empowering young writers online

Here at All Write with Me, kids get tips from a children’s author, share their writing online and gain confidence in a fun, supportive environment.

Teachers & Parents –

This site is an effective instructional tool for writing in the classroom and at home. Learn more here.

Kids –

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To see what we’ve been doing lately, scroll through the posts below.

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spider purple webYou’ll find plenty to keep you up at night in Ink Wolf’s latest addition to Guardians in the Window: spiders and wasps; explosions and flammable dust. Thanks for sharing, Ink Wolf. I can’t wait to read what happens next.

Writing Contest

Paper and Pen ClipartFrom now until December 30, 2014, The Young Voices Foundation is accepting short stories from students in grades K-12 for their writing contest, Young Voices of America Tell Their Stories. You can write any type of story you want but the story can’t be longer than 10,000 words. Follow this link to enter and make sure you read all the rules.

Thanks, Mikaela, for sharing this contest with us. Good luck to everyone who enters!

Awesome New Story

spiderRead Guardians in the Window, submitted by Ink Wolf, and I guarantee you that you will never, ever look at spiders the same way again.

The Ninjaz in Neve’s Mind

ninjaNeve’s Ninjaz are at it again in Chapter 4 of The Secret Life of Ninjaz, where “evil is brewing.” But don’t worry – there’s still plenty of craziness and zaniness among the Ninjaz.

You Have to Read These

readingFollow the links to read four new submissions from Neve.

Halo - A new and powerful story about fallen angels and evil forces.

Snowflakes - Are we like snowflakes? See why Neve thinks so.

The Secret Life of Ninjaz – Part 2 of Chapter 2 includes a poll for you to answer.

Night Terrors – Sad, beautiful, hopeful.

Enjoy! And remember to comment!

The Ninjaz are Back

ninjaIn the beginning of Chapter 2 of The Secret Life of Ninjaz, Neve describes where the story’s heading like this:

“Hey dudes, the Ninjaz are back and this time they are pointlessly rabbiting on about what they like to do in their suspiciously long spare time, and Steve is lecturing Luke and Mark in the delicate subject of pasta bakes while Mark is trying to learn to play badminton. Enjoy.”

Sound hilarious? It is! Follow the link to see what happens.

More than One Narrator

groupIf you’d like to read a fun example of a young writer using more than one narrator to tell a story, go to Elsy’s K.M.A. It’s funny, it’s entertaining, it’s exciting. And she’s done an excellent job of changing voice and perspective when she switches narrators. You’ll learn a lot from this one!

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