The park is helping children become better, more creative writers

After taking a walk on the Nature Trail at the Wilderness Station for inspiration, Braelyn Johnson, BreAria Cannon, Ronin Jones and Hunter Jones co-wrote a story in the Murfreesboro Parks & Rec. Creative Writing class. After they completed their work, the aspiring writers sat down on a bench on the trail and instructor Pam Williams read to them their two page short story. Photo by Jim Davis/Murfreesboro Parks & Rec.
Hunter Jones, foreground, BreAria Cannon and Braelyn Johnson, background, compose a short story that contained a villain, a hero and a mystical location that they each selected from a random list of the three categories. They were part of the Murfreesboro Parks & Rec. Creative Writing class that was held at the Wilderness Station. Photo by Jim Davis/Murfreesboro Parks & Rec.
During the Murfreesboro Parks & Rec. Creative Writing Class the students wrote short stories and also illustrated their work as Ronin Jones was showing the rest of the class as she read to them her story. Photo by Jim Davis/Murfreesboro Parks & Rec.

Walks along the Barfield Park Wilderness Trail, watching the river flow, and taking a peek at a snake inside the Wilderness Station all helped local students become better writers.

A Creative Writing Class was recently held by the Murfreesboro Parks and Recreation Department and local children did a great job of sharpening their skills, with the help of a good educator and nature.

These are a few photos captured at the event by Jim Davis with the Murfreesboro Parks and Recreation Department.

 

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