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Writeshop Primary Book a Teacher Guide Spiral-bound – 2008
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WriteShop Primary Book A is recommended for students in kindergarten or first grade. The program accommodates pre-writers as well as beginning and developing writers. It teaches the skills of the writing process at the very simplest level through engaging activities, crafts, and picture books and creates an environment that promotes a joy of learning. Since early lessons have the option to be entirely oral on the part of the child, there is no pressure, only the opportunity to talk about things that are familiar to him as he watches Mom write down his words. Slowly and gently, the child is asked to help with the actual writing, first in simple words, then through copywork. Extra challenges appear throughout each lesson to keep the interest of a more advanced child. Format: Soft-cover book with plastic-coil binding, 186 pages Author: Nancy I. Sanders Publisher: WriteShop
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We're almost through Book A. So far she's had daily writing practice, made portable word banks, learned how stories have a beginning, middle and end, edited and "published" several of her writing projects, including a "facebook", and overall has had plenty of positive writing experiences.
If your child already can read and write and understands basic punctuation, you may want to look into Book B or C.
This book is for children just learning to read and write. My daughter read and writes already, but this book reinforced what she already knew, plus it introduced her to the writing process. It was worth her while to go through Book A.
I recommend this very teacher and child friendly writing program!