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Draw Write Now, Book 7: Animals of the World, Forest Animals (Draw Write Now, 7) Paperback – May 1, 2000
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Well, not only does he like it, but so does his younger brother and sister (2nd and Kindy). You start off with a drawing lesson (this book has a lot of animals and then some map stuff), then work on drawing a background, coloring it in, and then copy a paragraph about the animal. (At least that's the order they recommend.) In our house, we start with the paragraph first some days....and the drawing first. I do fine that my son wants to really concentrate on his writing as to not mess up his drawing, although some times it works better to have the drawing bit be the "carrot."
You do not need separate books for each child, because the drawing/writing is done on your own paper anyway. Ideally you'd want paper that had the writing lines at the bottom and a space for drawing at the top, but we've done well with normal printer paper that I make lines on at the bottom for writing.
I love these books, and all three of my kids have loved them too. Enjoy!
I really love this series and just bought the other ones in kindle edition for my homeschool. Can you please get this one in kindle edition too. It's the only one out of the whole series that isn't for the kindle!
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My 9 yr old daughter really enjoys this book. She hates writing and it's a great way to get her to write, even if it's just a few sentences.Published 1 month ago by S. Lee
This series is fabulous - my daughter (aged 6) can now draw almost anything after completing two of these books. Read morePublished on January 6, 2013 by Littleways
I'm a homeschooling mom. My daughter has excelled in Reading, but hates writing. She comes up with stories while playing, but when she is asked to write she hates it. Read morePublished on July 15, 2009 by B. Dietz