Creative Writing is a form of language expression. For language expression to be creative, it must be original and based on the child?s own thoughts and feelings. It must be imaginative and different from the ordinary. Creative expression is vivid and colorful, depicting the writer?s personality and feelings. So, it can be said that Creative Writing is not the only way to breathe new life into a language class but provides interesting, lively opportunities for language practice. Creative Writing requires precision and accuracy in expression and vocabulary. It is not writing about anything and everything but allows students to focus on specific ideas, forms or literary texts. Creative Writing creates opportunities for students to explore their language and their imagination. And it is not a substitute or a replacement for oral communication but represents a lively, stimulating way to give new meaning to a somewhat lesser-used language skill.