Author Archives: Beth Cregan

Three Resource Books To Help You Support Writers at Home and at School

06 Apr

Today I’m sharing three resource books that I often recommend to parents and teachers in my workshops. All three books develop both creative and critical thinking skills which are the stepping stones for good storytelling. Rather than focus on workbooks, … Continue reading

Make History: Keep A Diary

02 Apr

Dear Teachers and Families, Over the last weeks in my newsletters I’ve shared ways to use writing as a vehicle for self- expression reflection, and escape. Today we are going to talk about writing as a way of recording history. … Continue reading

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Meet Emilie Zoey Baker and Bernard Caleo!

24 Mar

  Our next Masterclass for young writers will explore the power of words. Now writers know that words are powerful, but sometimes, getting them to do exactly what you want them to do, can be tricky. In fact, let’s face … Continue reading

The Word Picture Gallery

17 Nov

Welcome to Monday’s Muse! Every Monday morning of the school term in 2014, Write Away With Me posts an open ended writing and/or storytelling activity that you can try with your class or your children at home. This term at The … Continue reading

I Remember

26 Oct

Monday’s Muse has taken a short break this term as I have been overseas, attending The Readers and Writer’s Festival in Ubud, Bali and taking some time out to focus on my own writing projects. I must say, I enjoyed … Continue reading