Every child is unique. The writing ability of children varies greatly from one individual to another. This ability is less dependent on whether your child is in Primary One or Primary Two, but more on his or her exposure to the English Language. However, the good news is that writing skills can be cultivated. As your child progresses to Primary Three and beyond, composition writing will play a major role in the English Language examination, with a weightage of close to 30% of the total marks. As such, it is essential for children to cultivate their writing skills from Primary One to get a head start over their peers. Opportunities for students to write compositions in school are often limited due to time constraints. Since practice makes perfect, it is beneficial for students to write their own compositions at least once a week. Whether your child is facing difficulties in writing compositions or is already a prolific young writer seeking to up his or her writing skills a notch, this book will provide the stimulus for your child to take his or her writing skills to new heights.