This workbook provides your struggling students with 160 days of practice writing sentences. Practice, practice, and more practice. This is how our students that struggle are going to learn how to write a complete sentence.
Throughout the workbook a complete sentence and drawing are provided for the students along with another page that has either;
1. Starter sentence and choice of 3 words to finish the sentence.
2. Starter sentence without choices and one word to fill in.
3. Starter sentence without choices and two words to fill in.
4. Write a complete sentence on their own.
This is a gradual process for those students that have a great deal of difficulty with writing or even coming up with an idea to write about. By providing them with plenty of samples of what we want them to do they will have a better understanding of what is expected - draw a picture and write a complete sentence about that picture.
There are a total of 300 pages for your students to complete.
It is important to copy the workbooks double-sided so the students can see the left side (complete sentence and drawing) so they understand what it is they have to do on the right side of their workbook.
Two pages a day are recommended, the page where the complete sentence and drawing are provided and the other page that goes with it but they have to complete on their own.
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