Great Editing Adventure Vol. 1 Student

Great Editing Adventure Vol. 1 Student

# 019354

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Item #: 019354
ISBN: 9781880892763
Grades: 4-8

Category Description for Great Editing Adventure:

Of course, it's more enjoyable to find errors in someone else's writing than your own. Borrowing heavily from the approach used in Caught 'Ya: Grammar with a Giggle (Maupin House Publishing), this series uses an engaging adventure story format (rather than the soap opera sagas in Caught 'Ya), making it much more palatable to the typical homeschooler. Each volume contains 3 separate adventure stories and 90 lessons. Each short daily lesson is a sentence in the story complete with well-thought-out grammatical, spelling, and usage errors. The teacher writes the flawed sentence on the board. Children discover the errors and correct them, look up definitions of circled words, and supply synonyms (thesaurus needed for this) where required; then they write an edited version. Each volume contains sentences for correction, edited version, and appropriate rules. Using the student books will eliminate the need to write sentences to be edited on the board and will provide a finished booklet of each student's work. Student books contain all sentences to correct along with space for students to write their revisions.

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Paper Text
9 to 11
Softcover Book
Brand Name
Common Sense Press
0.35 (lbs.)
6.25" x 8.75" x 0.25"
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I'm always impressed with products that give me a lot of bang for my buck and results for time spent This is one of those products In just a few minutes a day you can review spelling grammar vocabulary and even handwriting The exercises are enjoyable even for my oldest child who is dyslexic and struggles with these subjects Unless you are a grammar whiz you will want the answer key I let my daughter have a crack at it first and then we go over the exercise together And as for the handwriting part? This is the one assignment each day that I make her do in cursive She prefers to print but this is a quick and painless way to make sure her cursive at least stays in practice
May 6, 2009

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