Create Puzzles, Get Published

Cassie Brenn, Creative Person

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7 Lessons (22m)
    • 1. Class Introduction

      1:10
    • 2. Project introduction

      1:29
    • 3. Research

      5:11
    • 4. Themes and Rewards

      4:18
    • 5. Puzzle Mechanics

      3:40
    • 6. Put the Polish on your Puzzle

      4:01
    • 7. Conclusion

      2:34
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12 of 12 students recommend this class
Ms. Brenn has created clear, concise lessons full of useful tips, examples & ideas. The class is both informative & fun. I highly recommend it for anyone interested in creating puzzles for kids.
The class was detailed and very informative introduction to creating puzzles for publication. The instructor was easy to follow and I would take her classes in the future.
I've created more than 40 puzzle books and had hundreds of puzzles published in children's magazines. I think Cassie did an excellent job of developing a class that can help puzzle creators think about the important aspects of developing a puzzle and getting it published. I liked that she used concrete examples of the various points she was making.
very good instructions