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How to Write Like Edgar Allan Poe

Need some writing inspiration? Read a few passages by authors who influenced the great Edgar Allan Poe, and write your own found passage!

Rhyme Schemes

Your young writer can learn about poetry analysis with this worksheet on rhyme schemes, complete with excerpts by Robert Louis Stevenson.

Peter Pan Analysis 1

"We can fly! We can fly" Your child may never fly, but she'll have a soaring good time with this Peter Pan story and worksheet.

Panchatantra: "The Gold-Giving Snake"

What if you met a snake who could make you rich? Enjoy a classic Panchatantra story, animal fables from India that have a moral lesson.

Drawing Neverland

Neverland: an imaginary place where your child never grows up. Have him read this passage from the story of Peter Pan and draw his own Neverland.

Panchatantra: "The Foolish Friend"

What happens when you have a foolish friend? Introduce your stellar reader to the Panchatantra stories, animal fables with a moral lesson.

Walt Whitman: "O Captain! my Captain!"

For artistic writers and lovers of poetry, here's a literary analysis page featuring a famous poem by Walt Whitman.

Aunt Sue's Stories

Challenge your high schooler to think about the sociocultural issues of Langston Hughes's poetry, with the soulful "Aunt Sue's Stories".

A Bird Came Down the Walk

Introduce your high schooler to Emily Dickinson, with this illustrated poetry page featuring "A Bird Came Down the Walk".

How to Write like Jack Kerouac

Inspire your young writer with an activity on how to write like Jack Kerouac. Your student can read quotes from famous influences such as F. Scott Fitzgerald.

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