My dd12 is starting to question and 'analyze' what she is reading instead of taking it at face value, which is what we wanted for her.  I've noticed steady progress in the organization of her thoughts as she answers written questions.  - S.B.


Here you will find answers to some of the most frequently asked questions regarding the Connect The Thoughts™ educational program. If you have questions that are not answered here, you may send your questions directly to our founder: click here .

Frequently Asked Question (FAQ)

I WAS ASKED asked about where to start a student in Creative Writing who has some experience, and the person who asked suggested Creative Writing III .

Yes, I'd say that's a good start. You MIGHT want to have your student read through

Creative Writing I , and skip Creative Writing II completely as it isn't built to offer new ideas, but you could certainly start with Creative Writing III .

To look at Creative Writing courses for ages 5-6, and for preliterate students (yes, that's right), click here.

To loook at Creative Writing courses for ages 7-8, and for students who are developing literacy, click here.

To look at Creative Writing I, the first, simple course in our Lower/Upper School Creative Writing program, click here.

To look at all our Upper School Creative Writing courses, including CW I-V, click here,

To look at our Master's Courses in Creative Writing, click here,

     Steven Horwich
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