Ways of Writing with Young Kids presents ideas and strategies for teaching children how to write creatively in fiction, nonfiction and poetry, conventionally using standard spelling, punctuation and sentence structures, and confidently as they learn the roles and rules of written language. Ways of Writing with Young Kids is uniquely organized in twenty-three ways of writing that expand beyond one particular area. Giving readers a new perspective, the authors adhere to a unique and easy-to-follow system-qThe Five C's of Children's Writingq (Coaching, Creativity, Conventions, Choice and Confidence). Written in an easy-to-read format, the book explains writing ideas and strategies clearly and concisely in an open-ended, easy-to-do, and engaging style that offers readers lots of flexibility of how to use the activities with their children.It can be pointed out that while not everyonea#39;s physique looks the same on the outside, most bodies have the same bones inside. The names of the bones for the aquot;Measuring Meaquot; skeleton activity are skull collarbone (clavicle) breastbone ( sternum) backbone (spine) ribcage upper arm bones (humerus) ... To cut a model of it, one child measures her partner from breastbone to shoulder a half the length.
|Title||:||Ways of Writing with Young Kids|
|Author||:||Sharon A. Edwards, Robert W. Maloy, Ruth-Ellen Verock-O'Loughlin|
|Publisher||:||Allyn & Bacon - 2003|