Why Are Children Moved To Write?

Writing touches every part of our lives. – Frank Smith

Children write first and foremost for themselves. Like all writers, children share part of themselves in anything that they write. They write because they are moved to. They write to find out whether they have something to say or because they most definitely have something to say! They write because they are moved to move others. They like the social interaction writing affords them. Like having a chemistry set, children learn that by being a writer, their writing can cause lots of different, amazing, dangerous and significant reactions to occur. So what moves children to write? It may be to:


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