Draw-Write-Now Workbook

Draw-Write-Now Workbook

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Item #: 000175
ISBN: 9781933407630
Grades: K-3

Product Description:

A softcover blank workbook with a framed blank space on one page, and 5/8" ruled lines on the opposite page to keep all your drawing and handwriting creations together.

Category Description for Draw-Write-Now:

These are unusual books, combining art instruction with handwriting practice, and incorporating more than a little history and science instruction along the way. Based on a successful formula created by a now 75-year-old former teacher to inspire her students, these inviting books might become your child's favorite part of the school day! They are non-consumable, as your child will do the actual art work and writing on separate paper. Each book is divided into three themes (see below) with a total of 21 lessons. In the spirit of Drawing with Children, most of the lessons begin with seeing the targeted objects as basic shapes and lines. In each lesson, a colorful picture shows the author's model artwork, with neatly penned text on ruled lines underneath. Step-by-step drawing instruction for the main object in the picture is contained on the facing page. Usually, this begins with basic shape(s), then details are added a little at a time. After you introduce the subject of the lesson, your child follows these directions (with help, if needed) to reproduce the subject. Then, a similar or original background and details are added to the student's picture. After this is done, the accompanying text is copied. (Although text is shown in manuscript, you might want to have older children practice cursive.) Text is informational and in short sentences; the author believes this is more motivational and useful than forming isolated letters. It seems to me that, after carefully creating such beautiful artwork, children will be very careful to use their neatest and best writing underneath! After the handwriting is finished, your child can color the picture with crayons, colored pencils, or felt tips. Additional lesson-specific drawing tips and suggestions are offered in a Teaching Tips section at the end of the book. Some additional ideas and help for increasing art awareness or new techniques are also found at the end of each themed unit. Each lesson includes a related question to promote thinking and discussion. Answers to each are also provided at the end of each unit, along with a suggested book to read that will expand on the topic. If you incorporate this literature, each theme could become a complete unit study! We would recommend using Blank Top writing paper or My Illustrated Story Journals (the latter would be perfect if you plan to extend your study and need more writing space, since each journal could contain 12 lessons with an additional lined page for recording more information).




Category Description for Traditional Style Manuscript Practice:

These materials are mostly practice; any instruction is limited.




Category Description for Traditional Style Handwriting Practice:

These materials are mostly practice; any instruction is limited.




Primary Subject
Handwriting
Grade Start
K
Grade End
3
ISBN
9781933407630
Author
Marie Hablitzel
Format
Softcover Book
Brand Name
In the Think of Things
Weight
0.35 (lbs.)
Dimensions
10.88" x 8.38" x 0.01"
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Why did you choose this?
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I am using it with Draw Write Now Book 3 for my second grader.
Bridget R on Aug 31, 2019
We have used Draw Write Now for a year and love it. I am purchasing new writing books for this upcoming school year.
Annie S on Aug 26, 2019
I am using it with Draw Write Now Book 3 for my second grader.
Bridget R on Aug 31, 2019
To use with the workbooks.
Patrice L on Aug 31, 2019
We have used Draw Write Now for a year and love it. I am purchasing new writing books for this upcoming school year.
Annie S on Aug 26, 2019
To complement the set
Yarka P on Aug 25, 2019
We love these workbooks because once the lessons are done, you have an entire "art" book to share with friends and family.
Fatima D on Aug 11, 2019
My youngest is so excited about starting this program and my 4th graders asked me to please order him a new book! This was an easy yes as it is priced so incredible well.
Amanda T on Aug 7, 2019
I like to pair this with the Draw Write Now curriculum.
Katie N on Jun 27, 2019
This is a great series we enjoy!
Leslie Ann on May 25, 2019
To go along with the books.
Lindsey C on Mar 24, 2019
My daughter is starting Draw Write Now and having a book to keep her work in seemed like a great idea!
Lee A on Aug 29, 2018
This workbook looks a good way to store the work the kids do through the Draw-Write-Now series. I also like that the price was reduced :-)
Lori P on May 9, 2018
We choose this product as a companion for the Draw Write Now books so that we can keep everything together and see my son's progress.
Jennifer S on Apr 25, 2018
Been using this and Draw Write Through History for years. These are great, inexpensive workbook/sketchbooks to continue using.
Tracy K on Mar 26, 2018
I wanted to check out and see how it's laid out.
Eun A on Mar 16, 2018
We like these books for the kids to show their work from the Draw Write Now series.
Shannon W on Feb 6, 2018
I think this book might be encouraging for my son to draw the picture on one page and write the sentences on the other.
Angie F on Oct 20, 2017
I have used these products for many years in my school, I highly recommend them
LouAnna D on Sep 21, 2017
teaching a DWN class at my homeschool co-op and we use these to write in each week.
Melissa B on Sep 5, 2017
I like that the workbooks still have lines for neatness. Maybe when my children get older, we might make ruler lines on blank pages, but for now, the workbooks were just easier.
Jennifer L on Jun 12, 2017
great material and makes it easy to keep drawing as keepsakes of my little boy.
Hilda Patricia H on Apr 30, 2017
Working through all of the Draw Write Now series and Draw and Write Through History series, both are fun and easy to learn and improve writing and drawing.
Tracy K on Apr 11, 2017
Need more pads for Draw Write Now books
kelly g on Feb 20, 2017
Using these for a Homeschool Co-Op Class
Joshua S on Jan 13, 2017
Is a companion book
Julie T on Nov 22, 2016
Used Draw-Write-Now for my two oldest children and they loved it. Plan on using DRN as an art supplement while we work through our Five in a Row studies for my youngest.
Michael M on Sep 18, 2016
I chose this so each child would have a specific notebook to keep their drawings from the Draw-Write-Now drawing books. They were a great price.
Lindsey C on Sep 5, 2016
Love these books for our K-2nd graders.
Amy S on Aug 25, 2016
Teaching a Draw Write Now class at our homeschool co-op.
Melissa B on Aug 16, 2016
Part of the Great Books Academy curriculum. I never used it, though. Had I known, I would have skipped it.
Margaret B on Jul 12, 2016
I saw it mentioned by another homeschooler on a blog
Kristin D on Jul 10, 2016
We chose this to use with the Draw Write Now Book
Nick F on Apr 18, 2016
We've filled up two of these books using the Draw Write Now books. We love using these with those handwriting books. It's a great school keepsake once it's filled.
Raena R on Apr 11, 2016
I wanted a bound notebook rather than looseleaf to make it easier to travel with.
Sheena B on Mar 29, 2016
I purchased to accompany the book.
Stephanie C on Feb 15, 2016
Love the idea of having all the writing and drawings together in a bound booklet.
Melanie M on Nov 16, 2015
We really enjoy the Draw Write Now series. I thought I could give the blank book a try with my 1st grader. We'll see how the binding was done and if it will be easy or difficult to use for handwriting and drawing.
Melissa W on Oct 27, 2015
To use with the workbooks.
Patrice L on Aug 31, 2019
To complement the set
Yarka P on Aug 25, 2019
How many pages does this workbook have?
User on Jun 6, 2019
BEST ANSWER: I counted only about 23 pages to write on.
Would this book be appropriate for the Draw and Write through History series with a fourth grader writing in cursive?
A shopper on Oct 30, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Since this book provides only blank and lined pages, it could be used. However, the lines with dotted middles are wider than typically used for fourth graders and the book itself appears to have a younger child in mind.
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Works great for drawing and writing practice
Great companion to the Draw Write Now series.
September 3, 2019
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3 months ago
We love Draw Write Now! My kids feel very accomplished when they are finished each day. The drawings are fun and explained well, and we love the tid-bits we learn from each lesson.
February 8, 2016
Purchased
over 4 years ago

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