How Children Can Publish Their Own Work

Posted by ryan diaz on May 19th, 2016

Needless to say, children are creative, and their creativity knows no limit. As a parent, it is our responsibility to nurture the creativity of our children. Each and every child is unique, when it comes to creative expression. Some children are good at illustration, while some are gifted with the power to make words dazzle and dance. Other children can create magic with color. The expression of creativity can be different, but one thing is common, that is creativity. All children are creative in their own ways. What we have to do is to encourage their imaginations.

One of the best ways to motivate children is to showcase their work! Let them feel the pride in a professionally framed piece of art or a published book. Whether children love writing or drawing, they can easily get their work published without any hassle these days. Scribblitt is an online platform that comes with all the tools children need to write, illustrate, and then publish their own book. As Scribblitt allows kids to write directly on the site’s templates and save on the cloud, kids can access their work anytime, anywhere. The best thing is, signing up at Scribblitt and creating content is free, though one has to pay a nominal fee to get a book physically published.  With the help of Scribblitt, children can publish their own 8″x 8″ hardcover, perfect bound book from their online creation.  Also, for every book published at Scribblitt, the company donates a book to a child in need through The Molina Foundation. So, if you help your child get his/ her book published, you not only reward him/her with a unique gift, but also help get a book into the hands of a child in need.

Scribblitt can be equally helpful for teachers to engage and reward students’ writing efforts.  Teachers are able to share access to their students’ stories online to help with editing and ordering. What a great way to do a class writing project than to engage students in writing and publishing a book online.

Every child has a story to tell. With the availability of desktop publishing and print-on-demand technology, why should children be left with their stories untold? Give your child essential tools to write his/her own story. Sign on with a free account at Scribblitt and let your child’s imagination soar by writing and illustrating a book online.

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