“We use the Writing Adventures System for students who need written language development. What I especially like is that I can use it for students that need comprehension and oral and written expression; I can cover all those bases with one program.”

— Jill Stowell, Owner/Director The Stowell Learning Center

“Create-A-Story is a powerful teaching game because it’s fun and fosters imagination while helping to organize thoughts. I recommend it for use with all ages and with both oral and written storytelling.”

— Dr. Rhia Roberts, Special Education Coordinator

“Create-A-Story is a lifesaver when it comes to homework. My 11-year-old daughter uses the outline sheets to help organize her thoughts, not just for writing assignments but for book reports as well. After playing the game a few times, even her journal notes (or thank you notes) came to life and now she writes them in a fraction of the time.”

— Mother of a Fourth Grade Student

“The topic sentences help spark ideas when I'm writing ads and marketing letters. They're great hooks for pulling in a reader and making the copy fun to read (and write!). The game paid for itself in less than an hour after I played it.”

— Melissa, Writer

“Create-A-Story was so easy to implement and it helped my students see how information is connected and goes together.”

Tia W., Communication class Instructor and Homeschooler, Cincinnati, OH

“I have enjoyed seeing the children dive into this workbook without hesitation. Moving sequentially and building upon writing skills gives struggling students confidence. This book is especially helpful with my ESL (English as a second language) students.”

— Patricia C.,Resource Specialist, Rolling Hills Estates, CA

“I’ve been looking for materials to break down the writing process but not overwhelm students. These workbooks and exercises are well thought out and the text and spacing make the pages comfortable to work with.”

— Mary P., Resource Specialist, Oakland, CA

“The authors of Create-A-Story have provides SLP’s with additional sources to improve descriptive, narrative, and meta-linguistic skills in their students with expressive language disorders.”

— Nancy L MA, CCC-SLP, CA

“Makes teaching and learning sentence structure and punctuation fun!”

— Heather A., M. Ed., Boston, MA

“Writing Adventures Book 2 is clear, sequential, and logical. It allows the student to develop expository writing skills in a natural fluid manner. The exercises are linguistically appropriate and developmentally sound.

— Douglass M. Speech/Language Pathologist, Ontario, CA

“This second workbook focuses on writing mechanics, but with a flair for the imaginative. The activities are far more fun and inventive than tiresome drill and kill workbook.”

— Erik F., Unschooler, New York