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Draw-Write-Now Book 5

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Item #: 000174
ISBN: 9781933407593
Grades: K-3

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Publisher:In the Think of Things

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The Draw Write Now books have proved to be very educational engaging and enjoyable for our whole family We started off buying just one of the books and then kept adding more of them to our collection Now we have the entire set! My four year old son enjoys tracing the animals and listening to his 11year old sister read the little narratives that go along with each lesson My six year old daughter feels proud to trace a drawing and the notes that go with it rubber cement it onto colorful paper and present a beautiful school sample She learns art appreciation art practice history science penmanship reading paragraph strategies spelling and if she reads her report out she learns to deliver a speech as well! All of this with little or no teacher help My eleven year old daughter has used these books from time to time since she was six She still loves them and goes back to them as reference books to refine or learn new drawing and language art skills The books have sparked a love and curiosity for learning in all my children They work for all ages and help develop different skills as needed My children simply fix a piece of tracing paper over a lesson with temporary adhesive and start tracing They have used these books even when not doing school officially My children feel successful using these books; they feel proud and encouraged from their results and are gaining both knowledge as well as artistic and writing skills in a fun creative and imaginative way!
July 25, 2007
My son was coming up to 5 but fully in the swing of homeschooling and yet drawing anything and writing anything were two skills he just hated doing Sometimes we'd have temper tantrums over just the thought of being required to do either of themI know he was probably just developmentally challenged and it was very early for him to be doing these fine motor skills but then one day I brought him a Draw Write Now book because he wanted to do a unit study on transport and this book showed easy ways of drawing cars planes trains etcFirst he tried the astronaut following its instructions meticulously Next time he drew it he followed the book again and then he knew how to do it without the bookSuddenly he was hooked He drew and drew and drew We now own three volumes and are soon to purchase the rest as it has freed him up to be creative in drawing that otherwise he didn't have the skills to know where to startThe writing part still hasn't taken off though sometimes he'll put a sentence or two into his Draw Write Now workbook that's to come I'm sure
August 23, 2008
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Rainbow Resource Center Store
This seemed like it would be a fun way to introduce my younger kids to historical topics that their older siblings were learning about.
Rachel B on Mar 7, 2017
These books are great! I've used others in the series and my 5 year old loves them. We will use these for MFW Adventures next!
Catherine T on Oct 21, 2015
This seemed like it would be a fun way to introduce my younger kids to historical topics that their older siblings were learning about.
Rachel B on Mar 7, 2017
1st grade writing curriculum
Jennifer H on Aug 12, 2016
These books are great! I've used others in the series and my 5 year old loves them. We will use these for MFW Adventures next!
Catherine T on Oct 21, 2015
1st grade writing curriculum
Jennifer H on Aug 12, 2016
I noticed the grade for this is k-3 is it good for older kids?
A shopper on Mar 17, 2016
BEST ANSWER: My eldest daughter, a fourth grader, prefers to write in cursive now but enjoys these handwriting assignments nonetheless. The drawing pages I think are good for kids up into middle school~ 6th grade, but the assignments are all in print and the copywork itself is on target for about a 3rd or 4th grade child. (My first and second graders' hands get tired, they usually only print one or two sentences of the three or four per assignment). I wish they had more volumes! Even though my eldest doesn't take print handwriting anymore, these assignments encourage her to make her printing tidy, and the drawing instruction is really straight forward. We have bought the Draw and Write Through History which is the next logical step (ranked 3rd to 8th grade, and in cursive) but there are fewer assignments in those volumes as each drawing takes up several pages of instruction, and they have much more copywork. My kids much prefer the Draw Write Now at this stage. We will try Draw and Write Through History perhaps again in a few years (~6th grade?).
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    The Draw Write Now books have proved to be very educational engaging and enjoyable for our whole family We started off buying just one of the books and then kept adding more of them to our collection Now we have the entire set! My four year old son enjoys tracing the animals and listening to his 11year old sister read the little narratives that go along with each lesson My six year old daughter feels proud to trace a drawing and the notes that go with it rubber cement it onto colorful paper and present a beautiful school sample She learns art appreciation art practice history science penmanship reading paragraph strategies spelling and if she reads her report out she learns to deliver a speech as well! All of this with little or no teacher help My eleven year old daughter has used these books from time to time since she was six She still loves them and goes back to them as reference books to refine or learn new drawing and language art skills The books have sparked a love and curiosity for learning in all my children They work for all ages and help develop different skills as needed My children simply fix a piece of tracing paper over a lesson with temporary adhesive and start tracing They have used these books even when not doing school officially My children feel successful using these books; they feel proud and encouraged from their results and are gaining both knowledge as well as artistic and writing skills in a fun creative and imaginative way!
    July 25, 2007
    My son was coming up to 5 but fully in the swing of homeschooling and yet drawing anything and writing anything were two skills he just hated doing Sometimes we'd have temper tantrums over just the thought of being required to do either of themI know he was probably just developmentally challenged and it was very early for him to be doing these fine motor skills but then one day I brought him a Draw Write Now book because he wanted to do a unit study on transport and this book showed easy ways of drawing cars planes trains etcFirst he tried the astronaut following its instructions meticulously Next time he drew it he followed the book again and then he knew how to do it without the bookSuddenly he was hooked He drew and drew and drew We now own three volumes and are soon to purchase the rest as it has freed him up to be creative in drawing that otherwise he didn't have the skills to know where to startThe writing part still hasn't taken off though sometimes he'll put a sentence or two into his Draw Write Now workbook that's to come I'm sure
    August 23, 2008
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    Why did you choose this?
    Rainbow Resource Center Store
    This seemed like it would be a fun way to introduce my younger kids to historical topics that their older siblings were learning about.
    Rachel B on Mar 7, 2017
    These books are great! I've used others in the series and my 5 year old loves them. We will use these for MFW Adventures next!
    Catherine T on Oct 21, 2015
    This seemed like it would be a fun way to introduce my younger kids to historical topics that their older siblings were learning about.
    Rachel B on Mar 7, 2017
    1st grade writing curriculum
    Jennifer H on Aug 12, 2016
    These books are great! I've used others in the series and my 5 year old loves them. We will use these for MFW Adventures next!
    Catherine T on Oct 21, 2015
    1st grade writing curriculum
    Jennifer H on Aug 12, 2016
    I noticed the grade for this is k-3 is it good for older kids?
    A shopper on Mar 17, 2016
    BEST ANSWER: My eldest daughter, a fourth grader, prefers to write in cursive now but enjoys these handwriting assignments nonetheless. The drawing pages I think are good for kids up into middle school~ 6th grade, but the assignments are all in print and the copywork itself is on target for about a 3rd or 4th grade child. (My first and second graders' hands get tired, they usually only print one or two sentences of the three or four per assignment). I wish they had more volumes! Even though my eldest doesn't take print handwriting anymore, these assignments encourage her to make her printing tidy, and the drawing instruction is really straight forward. We have bought the Draw and Write Through History which is the next logical step (ranked 3rd to 8th grade, and in cursive) but there are fewer assignments in those volumes as each drawing takes up several pages of instruction, and they have much more copywork. My kids much prefer the Draw Write Now at this stage. We will try Draw and Write Through History perhaps again in a few years (~6th grade?).
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