With a quadrillion connections and as many neurons as stars in the universe, your brain is the
most complicated object around. Amazingly, it converts the continuous informational
onslaught you face into something you can actually understand: STORIES.
When your learner develops writing skills and masters storytelling, they make this innate process more
efficient and controllable. In this way, creative writing sharpens critical thinking, builds effective
communication and interpersonal skills and increases self-confidence. The benefits of creative writing are
Discover the many benefits of creative writing. It fosters observation, flexibility and persistence:
all powerful drivers of personal growth, no matter the subject. Your child will utilize the lessons
they learn from writing for life.
Writing not only supercharges your learner’s ability to absorb, process, retain and retrieve
information across disciplines, it also increases their tenacity while tackling complex material.
We can get really geeky, but for now, consider this: as learners create storyworlds,
characters and plot structures, they engage with the big picture and small details simultaneously and
strengthen long-term memory.
Seriously! Creative writing isn’t just useful for English class; it’s brain food for STEM too.
All human understanding lies within stories, so it follows that storytelling
constitutes one of the most universally beneficial skills your learner can develop.
Your learner’s math and science scores will reflect improved pattern recognition,
construction and extension skills. With writing, they also create personally meaningful
contexts—whys to accompany the hows—that transmute rote to write.
Looking to raise a confident child? Imagine your learner's pride when a reader expresses their appreciation
for their story. These emotions empower, fueling a confidence reservoir that allows them to lean into and
overcome many of life's challenges.
Find your voice during the writing process—it’s liberating! Besides making your learner
comfortable with themselves, a strong voice transforms their interpersonal communication skills
and could turn your wallflower into the life of the party.
Writing with Bardsy will foster your child’s:
Ability to self-reflect
Capacity to share ideas
Empathy for others
Creative Writing Nurtures Mental Health
Just fifteen minutes of writing a day makes an impact on your learner’s health: whether they’re
experiencing stress or suffering from trauma. Creative writing offers them a healthy way to process
their emotions, which is productive for their growth. At Bardsy, we understand the difference
writing makes in your learner’s life. And we don’t take that lightly.
Your learner should be the hero of their own story, in life and in creative writing! With our
method, they are free to express themselves and control their personal narrative without
judgement—which does wonders for their mental health, especially for a child with anxiety.