Creative Comic Book - Cursive & Spelling: Do-It-Yourself Journal - 175 Words to Master by Age 12 (Pocket Sized Homeschooling Books) (Volume 1) by Sarah Janisse Brown

Creative Comic Book - Cursive & Spelling: Do-It-Yourself Journal - 175 Words to Master by Age 12 (Pocket Sized Homeschooling Books) (Volume 1)

Book Title: Creative Comic Book - Cursive & Spelling: Do-It-Yourself Journal - 175 Words to Master by Age 12 (Pocket Sized Homeschooling Books) (Volume 1)

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 1541322541

Author: Sarah Janisse Brown


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Sarah Janisse Brown with Creative Comic Book - Cursive & Spelling: Do-It-Yourself Journal - 175 Words to Master by Age 12 (Pocket Sized Homeschooling Books) (Volume 1)

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If you have a child who struggles with spelling and has messy handwriting, this little book can help. The unique teaching method presented in this book taps into the curiosity and creativity of active children.

Did you know that children learn best when they are having fun? Try this method if you have a student who resists ordinary schoolwork! Bring joy into learning.

This is a pocket-sized activity book with over 250 lessons!

Your child will be creative while learning to read, write, spell, draw, develop characters, invent their own poems, draw comics, and develop lovely cursive handwriting.

Cursive is no longer taught in schools, so be sure to teach it at home, and make it part of your homeschooling plan.

This little activity book will help your child to learn how to spell over 175 words, without memorization or tests! This is an ideal method for helping children with Dyslexia, ADHD and Autism to enjoy learning how to read, write and spell.

Instructions for Parents or Teachers:

1. If the child can not read well, read each poem four times, pointing to each word as you read it. Many of the words are sight words that do not follow the rules of phonics. The child must be able to recognize each word visually.

2. Ask the child to repeat after you for the 3rd and 4th readings, the goal is for the child to memorize the rhyme.

3. Provide the child with colorful gel pens and one black gel pen.

4. Help the child to understand the instructions on each page. Sometimes the child will color the words in the poem, write the full poem, color a picture, create a comic, design a character, or draw the missing parts.

This book makes learning fun! It's perfect for day-dreamers, designers, storytellers, and young artists.