Children write for us

Children write for us Guidelines:

  • Yes, We accept guest posts on
  • Article should be unique, plagiarise-free, informative and non-promotional.
  • Article should be 600 + words long and original written.
  • Only one do-follow link is allowed. For extra links, you have to pay an extra fee.
  • Send us your pitch at

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Have you ever wondered why children write for us? We’re going to discuss why it’s a great idea and why writing for children is important. Creative writing develops critical thinking, improves organization skills, and helps students think of creative ideas. It broadens a child’s mind and can help them in many areas. It gives kids a space to express themselves, and it builds their self-confidence. Let your child write for us and see what you learn.

If you’d like to write for Kidpressroom, check out our guest posts. You won’t get paid for your story, but you’ll get exposure and massive distribution. The only catch is that your articles may be edited for style. You’ll need to make sure that your article is original, and we’ll check for plagiarism. If you’d like to publish your own article, we ask that you include the author’s name, assigned word count, and per-word fee.

Guest posts don’t receive monetary compensation, but they get massive distribution and exposure. You can include a link to your website, and we can edit for grammar and style. Submitted articles must be original and must not be reproduced without permission. We may use your story for other purposes, but you must state “original” on the republished copy. If you’d like to use your story elsewhere, you should contact the original author and ask permission.

Guest posts on Kidpressroom don’t receive monetary compensation. They receive massive distribution and exposure. You’re allowed to include links and include attribution to your sources. The content you submit must be original. Your articles are checked for plagiarism and you agree not to repost them elsewhere. We only ask that you state that they are your own creations and not a copy. We hope you enjoy writing for Kidpressroom! You’ll be glad you did!

Kids can write for us! There’s no monetary compensation, but the exposure is fantastic. And your child will have a blast writing for us! If your child loves to write, we’ll pay them a lot. As long as they have an interest in the topic, we’ll be happy to pay them. And if you’re good at writing, they’ll love working with you. All you have to do is apply.

Indy’s Child accepts all kinds of submissions. If you’re a writer, you can work with us to write for other publications. We have an ongoing need for creative writing, so don’t be shy about getting in touch. We’d love to hear from you. You’ll find that children’s writing is as entertaining and informative as you want it to be. This is one of the reasons we’re so excited about it.

Children who write for us earn real money from their writing. We don’t pay them a lot, but we pay them well. You’ll receive free exposure and massive distribution from your contributions. You’ll also receive a check for your work. If you’re a freelance writer, you’ll earn extra income by writing for Kidpressroom. We also pay guest post writers on a per word basis. You can include links to your website or blog in your posts.

Guests can write for us. Our goal is to help children learn English and to share their passions through storytelling. By writing for us, you’ll be able to share your own ideas, and you’ll be able to reach an audience of people around the world. The more you write, the more you’ll become a better writer. And we’ll help you grow your imagination by publishing your stories. There’s no better way to do that than with your own child!

When your child writes for us, they will feel proud. If you have a passion for writing, we’ll be glad to publish your work! Just be sure to credit your source. You won’t get paid unless we’re able to publish your story on our site, and it won’t hurt to let your child know that they’re published on the web! If you have the ability to write, they’ll always be proud of their work.