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Draw Then Write Grades 1-3

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Item #: 016950
ISBN: 9781557997319
EAN: 023472007315
Grades: 1-3

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Publisher:Evan-Moor
016950
9781557997319

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INCREDIBLE Originally I purchased to help with motor skills & writing but it has become so much more--art writing motor skills creativity and ENJOYMENT!!!Child learns to draw something with 3 easy steps then they fill-in the blanks (or phrase then sentences by 3rd page) My child loves it It is so funny to catch my child sneaking into the book after schoolwork is done during free time to peek at the next picture and draw it on her own I would highly suggest buying this even if you have a great artist or writer Neat little portrait of artwork and writing sample as it progresses
October 15, 2008
This book has been a sanity-saver in our household My first grader would rather doodle than write and when I tried to force her to she'd put down phrases like "I hate work" I purchased this book in desperation and it turned out to be one of my favorite language arts products Since the format of the book doesn't depend on chronological order my child can choose to draw then write about any subject from monkeys to helicopters without me having to worry about keeping her on track Each subject in the book has three one-page levels beginning with fill-in-the-word then working up to writing simple sentences (by answering who/what/why/when style questions) Once the child is comfortable with sentences they move up to guided paragraphs It is worth its weight in gold for reluctant writers
March 5, 2009
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Rainbow Resource Center Store
My daughter loves to draw and write stories. This is a great combination of both. She will enjoy it.
Erin R on Sep 21, 2017
this book is recommended by a teacher
Jianying Y on May 11, 2016
My daughter loves to draw and write stories. This is a great combination of both. She will enjoy it.
Erin R on Sep 21, 2017
I was searching for a summer enrichment writing activity for my now 1st and 2nd grade sons. The simple, step by step drawing activities look as though they will help with pencil control and add an element of fun. The very simple writing prompts of "what, when, where, and why," along with word bank ideas are a great guide for emergent writers.
Michelle B on Jun 4, 2017
this book is recommended by a teacher
Jianying Y on May 11, 2016
I was searching for a summer enrichment writing activity for my now 1st and 2nd grade sons. The simple, step by step drawing activities look as though they will help with pencil control and add an element of fun. The very simple writing prompts of "what, when, where, and why," along with word bank ideas are a great guide for emergent writers.
Michelle B on Jun 4, 2017
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    INCREDIBLE Originally I purchased to help with motor skills & writing but it has become so much more--art writing motor skills creativity and ENJOYMENT!!!Child learns to draw something with 3 easy steps then they fill-in the blanks (or phrase then sentences by 3rd page) My child loves it It is so funny to catch my child sneaking into the book after schoolwork is done during free time to peek at the next picture and draw it on her own I would highly suggest buying this even if you have a great artist or writer Neat little portrait of artwork and writing sample as it progresses
    October 15, 2008
    This book has been a sanity-saver in our household My first grader would rather doodle than write and when I tried to force her to she'd put down phrases like "I hate work" I purchased this book in desperation and it turned out to be one of my favorite language arts products Since the format of the book doesn't depend on chronological order my child can choose to draw then write about any subject from monkeys to helicopters without me having to worry about keeping her on track Each subject in the book has three one-page levels beginning with fill-in-the-word then working up to writing simple sentences (by answering who/what/why/when style questions) Once the child is comfortable with sentences they move up to guided paragraphs It is worth its weight in gold for reluctant writers
    March 5, 2009
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    Why did you choose this?
    Rainbow Resource Center Store
    My daughter loves to draw and write stories. This is a great combination of both. She will enjoy it.
    Erin R on Sep 21, 2017
    this book is recommended by a teacher
    Jianying Y on May 11, 2016
    My daughter loves to draw and write stories. This is a great combination of both. She will enjoy it.
    Erin R on Sep 21, 2017
    I was searching for a summer enrichment writing activity for my now 1st and 2nd grade sons. The simple, step by step drawing activities look as though they will help with pencil control and add an element of fun. The very simple writing prompts of "what, when, where, and why," along with word bank ideas are a great guide for emergent writers.
    Michelle B on Jun 4, 2017
    this book is recommended by a teacher
    Jianying Y on May 11, 2016
    I was searching for a summer enrichment writing activity for my now 1st and 2nd grade sons. The simple, step by step drawing activities look as though they will help with pencil control and add an element of fun. The very simple writing prompts of "what, when, where, and why," along with word bank ideas are a great guide for emergent writers.
    Michelle B on Jun 4, 2017
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