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Concerned Communications
A Reason For Writing Series
A K-6 handwriting curriculum using Scripture and traditional manuscript and cursive approach. Scripture poster practice sheets.
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All About Learning Press Inc.
All About Spelling
Marie Rippel
''All About Spelling is a seven level program. It teaches encoding skills, reliable spelling rules, and multisensory strategies to help your student become a proficient speller for life. Based on the latest research, this award-winning program provides complete and comprehensive instruction using the Orton-Gillingham approach.''
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Any Child Can Write
Harvey S. Weiner
Written in a warm and engaging style by a renowned educational authority, this program shows parents how to set up an atmosphere that encourages creative written expression--preschool through high school (and beyond)--by building attitudes of aptitude that, coupled with a parent's guidance, create confidence in linguistic ability. Wiener's philosophy of writing and many suggested activities will give you the framework you need to nurture the creative process in your children.
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Christian Journal Writing Primary
Frank Schaffer
Writing on a daily basis is an important way for children to process their thoughts, analyze their actions, and record their wishes. This title helps primary grade students get started on writing their own personal journal.
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Complete Writing Lessons For The Primary Grades
Marjorie Frank
A resource full of motivating writing lessons perfect for the homeschooler. Young writers will learn to collect and organize ideas, write rough drafts, criticize and revise written material, and share finished products. Designed with the busy teacher in mind, these lessons are ready for use. Reproducible.
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Cursive Connections
Kathryn Libbie
This cursive workbook uniquely emphasizes letter connections, rather than the letters in isolation. This workbook briefly introduces the letter, and then pairs it with previously learned letters, beginning with the vowels. Practice becomes increasingly complex, progressing into the usage of the letter in words, phrases, and finally sentences. The result is fluent, quality cursive.
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Out of print
English for the Thoughtful Child
Mary Hyde
This book was originally published in the early 1900's and revised by Cyndy Shearer (Greenleaf Press). Mrs. Shearer recommends it as a 2nd grade text, however, it seems appropriate for 1st and 3rd grade as well.
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Concerned Communications
God Made My World: A Beginner's Book for Manuscript Handwriting
This book helps children explore the beginning of written letters, taking them letter by letter through the whole alphabet and establishing solid handwriting principles.
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Grammar Books; Grade 2
Carol Heusmann
The activities in this book will both strengthen grammar skills and teach children important lessons through Biblical stories.
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Bob Jones University Press
Handwriting, Grade 2
Reviews the PreCursive letters and then makes an easy transition to cursive writing by adding a cursive stroke to the letters the student has been writing since kindergarten. Teacher's Edition contains daily lesson plans centered on the theme ''Time.'' Introduces the puppet character Timothy Time who helps present letter formation and various activities. Teacher's Edition: 168 pages; spiral binder. Student Worktext provides a variety of activities that follow the theme introduced in the teacher's edition. Presents good cursive models that include Scripture, poetry, recipes, and thank-you notes. Student Worktext: 96 pages; softbound; color and black-and-white illustrations.
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