Writing Strands: Level 2 (Age 7*)

Writing Strands: Level 2 (Age 7*)

Publisher: New Leaf Press/Master Bks
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Second Grade (about age 7)

*This book is for students who can write simple sentences on their own, generally around 7 years old.

Assignments are directed to the parent, who works through the book with the child. The book takes one full school year to complete and focuses on foundational skills such as organization, description, and paragraphing.

Sample Pages

Scope and Sequence:

1. What Is It? Using adjectives to construct sentences that give a reader more than one piece of information
2. What We Did Organizing personal actions and describing them in a logical sequence
3. Like a Reporter Presenting actions of others in a logical sequence
4. Good Deed Report Paragraphing in a report about a witnessed event
5. My Day Ordering actions and recording emotional reactions
6. Groups Grouping ideas or items and creating variety in sentence structure
7. Smart Bird Using character, problem and solution to write a story
8. Sell It Convincing others by creating an advertisement
9. Interview Writing conversations using dialogue structure and punctuation
10. Dear Family Member Organizing and formatting a friendly letter
11. I Helped Organizing and telling about a personal experience, including reactions to it
12. What's It Like? Describing objects by observing and defining differences
13. "Hi There" Combining words and pictures in greeting cards to convey ideas
14. Animals Writing descriptions based on role playing, an introduction to empathy
15. Summer Writing about an imaginary vacation

 

ISBN: 9781888344127

Book Title Writing Strands: Level 2 (Age 7*)
Publisher: New Leaf Press/Master Bks

Second Grade (about age 7)

*This book is for students who can write simple sentences on their own, generally around 7 years old.

Assignments are directed to the parent, who works through the book with the child. The book takes one full school year to complete and focuses on foundational skills such as organization, description, and paragraphing.

Sample Pages

Scope and Sequence:

1. What Is It? Using adjectives to construct sentences that give a reader more than one piece of information
2. What We Did Organizing personal actions and describing them in a logical sequence
3. Like a Reporter Presenting actions of others in a logical sequence
4. Good Deed Report Paragraphing in a report about a witnessed event
5. My Day Ordering actions and recording emotional reactions
6. Groups Grouping ideas or items and creating variety in sentence structure
7. Smart Bird Using character, problem and solution to write a story
8. Sell It Convincing others by creating an advertisement
9. Interview Writing conversations using dialogue structure and punctuation
10. Dear Family Member Organizing and formatting a friendly letter
11. I Helped Organizing and telling about a personal experience, including reactions to it
12. What's It Like? Describing objects by observing and defining differences
13. "Hi There" Combining words and pictures in greeting cards to convey ideas
14. Animals Writing descriptions based on role playing, an introduction to empathy
15. Summer Writing about an imaginary vacation

 

ISBN: 9781888344127