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Summer Writing Contest: Enter to Win Great Prizes!

Stacy Rosenblum

Are you a parent looking for a way to keep your child engaged in learning during the summer break? Lucky for you, MyloWrites wants to reward your kids for practicing their writing skills this summer. We’ve put together this great contest for kids in grades 3 through 12. All you have to do is complete an essay using MyloWrites, submit it to the team along with the student's username at [email protected], and be entered to win an awesome prize!

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MyloWrites Demos Essay Writing Tool at the 2015 Everyone Reading Conference

Mya Dunlop

On Wednesday, March 4th, MyloWrites creators Mya Dunlop and Stacy Rosenblum demoed the company's essay writing tool at the 2015 Everyone Reading Conference. The two-day conference was held at the CUNY Graduate Center in New York City.

Now in its 42nd year, the conference gathers international educators, researchers, and experts who specialize in dyslexia and related learning disabilities. It is regarded as one of the premier conferences of its type in the world.

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MyloWrites Expands Platform, Introduces New "Everyday Essay" Writing Tool

Mya Dunlop

Next week, we will debut a new tool on MyloWrites: "Everyday Essay". We designed the Everyday Essay for daily use by students who need help with routine homework assignments and short written response pieces. Students can use it for writing in any subject area, making it a flexible tool for planning, organizing, and composing responses to just about anything.

Everyday Essay maintains the best practices of our existing Literary Response platform. It guides students step-by-step through the writing process. Students begin by identifying the main idea of their assignment, then develop topic and detail sentences.

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