Summer Writing Workshops I Love to Write, I Love to Write2, and We Love to Write summer writing workshops will be held again this year. Connie Healey and Deb Coyle will present the workshops during the week of June 23 – 27 on the UNL campus, in Andrews Hall. The I Love to Write workshops are for 2nd through 5th grade students. The I Love to Write2 workshop is for 6th and 7th grade students. The We Love to Write workshops are for family groups with at least one adult and one child of 2nd-8th grade to experience the joy of writing together.
The I Love to Write summer writing workshops provide a place for youth to write in a supportive environment amongst their peers. The workshops are facilitated by Deb Coyle and Connie Healey, who have presented these workshops for over a decade. I Love to Write is for second through fifth grade students and I Love to Write2 is for sixth through eighth grade students. The workshop content is designed to focus on different genres of writing and helps students build on their writing strengths, offering additional ways to expand their growth as a writer.
The We Love to Write summer writing workshop provides a place for families to come together to write. This workshop is also facilitated by Deb Coyle and Connie Healey. Families can choose to write individual stories, a collective story, poems, family histories, plays with parts for family members, poetry, fictional stories, the possibilities are endless. This workshop is intended for at least one adult member (parent/grandparent/aunt/uncle, etc.) and accompanying youth writers that have at least one member who has completed 2nd through 8th grade. All combinations are welcomed. The workshop content is also designed to focus on different genres of writing and to encourage writers to experiment with new types of writing and to experience growth as a writer in a supportive environment.