Tips for Writing Scary Stories

Tips for Writing Scary Stories

It’s spooky season, y’all! Holidays can be a wonderful source of inspiration for creative writing pieces, especially Halloween. Here are some tips for writing stories that are sure to leave your readers checking over their shoulders and under their beds. Use your own...
Keeping Kids Occupied Without Screens

Keeping Kids Occupied Without Screens

It’s no secret that keeping kids off screens is a challenge. It’s only getting tougher, and for some, virtual school has made screens unavoidable. Below are some ideas for screenless activities. They can serve as a much-needed change of pace for your child during...
Camp Luau: Saving our Kids from Poor Writing

Camp Luau: Saving our Kids from Poor Writing

Our campers had a blast in our first LIFT2Enrich Virtual Summer Camp Luau.  We had two weeks of fun games, music, and videos as we learned about the islands of Hawaii.  We didn’t have the luxury of meeting face to face, so I have to admit, I was a little concerned...
Stay Safe

Stay Safe

Your friends at Lift2Enrich are praying for your health and safety during these difficult times.  We all must do our part to rid our world of this awful disease.  Please use and share this poster to display at your work and home.
Top 10 Ways to Nurture Your Creative Child

Top 10 Ways to Nurture Your Creative Child

1. Listen to their latest short story. If your child rushes to your side begging you to read their latest story, give them your undivided attention. Match their excitement level and schedule a time to sit with them so that they may share their work without...
Top 5 Signs You Have a Creative Child

Top 5 Signs You Have a Creative Child

1. Your child follows their own path. That’s right! That defiant child who insists on doing things their way is a sure sign that that you have a creative child.  Has your child been engrossed in a project and totally ignored your request?  Maybe you’ve heard the...

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