Enrolling Our Students in Writing Competitions

The idea of entering a writing competition may seem daunting to many (adults and children alike). However, at Artistic Strategies Academy, we believe in creating opportunities for our students to participate in writing competitions, both local and international. Here are three reasons why we enrol our students in writing competitions: 1. It Builds Confidence When students[…]

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Creating a Descriptive Setting

The setting in a story can determine many things. It is not simply the time and place that the story takes place in. The setting also determines the mood and atmosphere in the story, affecting the characters and the plot. For example, if the plot is a tragic one, the setting might be dark and[…]

Supporting Introverted Children in Speaking

In today’s world, it might seem that extroversion is a more highly valued trait than introversion. For example, I have met a good number of parents who lament the fact that their more introverted children are being penalised for not performing well or speaking up during the oral examinations. While we cannot change the grading[…]

How Storytelling Can Help Your Child Succeed

In today’s world, it is so important to be able to tell your own story because if you don’t, someone else will tell it for you. Here’s an article that our founder wrote for New Age Parents on the relationship between your child’s success and storytelling! How Storytelling Can Help Your Child To Be Successful[…]

Creating a well-developed character

Renowned children’s author, Judy Blume says that one of the most significant and fundamental aspects of storytelling is the creation of compelling characters. Indeed, creating a three-dimensional character or a well-rounded character takes a lot of reflection and thought. How do we guide our young writers in doing so? Here are three tips to get[…]