We are excited to announce the official launch of the 2021‑2022 winning titles of the Kids Write 4 Kids writing contest, written by seventh-graders. Megan Lam’s story When You Wish Upon a Star and Cora Arvidson’s poetry collection, Threads, are available for purchase on Amazon, Google, and Apple iBookstore. 100% of proceeds from book sales this year will benefit the Children’s Aid Foundation of Canada. Happy reading!

Wave Blog

Read Wave Blog, published every Thursday, where students in grades 8-12 share their opinions and experiences with their peers. Students can earn up to 5 volunteer hours per blog post. Learn how to contribute here.

Free virtual creative writing workshops for children and youth in grades 4-8

As seen on CBC News, CTV Morning Live and CP24 Breakfast

  • Live online class via Zoom for kids ages 8-14 available Canadawide
  • Virtual workshops take place every Saturday (excluding long weekends)
  • Each workshop is one hour, from 1:00 pm or 2:00 pm depending on the date
  • Lesson plans are developed by an educator with over 20 years of teaching experience
  • There are five workshops in this series

Kids eBooks Written by Kids Write 4 Kids Winners

No matter the age of the avid young readers in your life, we have books written by published authors between grades 4-8. Proceeds from book sales in 2022 will be donated to The Children’s Aid Foundation of Canada. Head to Amazon, Google Play, iBookstore, and Overdrive to explore 19 wonderfully creative stories from young Canadian writers to ignite the imaginations and a love for literacy in our next generation!

by Sumal Ashfaq, Grade 8

by Tvisha Lakhani, Grade 7

by Olivia Hashem, Grade 8

Mrs. Smafpaf, written by Emaan Ali

by Emaan Ali, Grade 6

by Brynne Storey, Grade 4

Gifts that benefit good causes, all year round!

The act of gift-giving can be a heart-warming and rewarding one.
What’s even greater is if you can give gifts to your nearest and dearest that benefit good causes.