Princess Writing Workbook Practice Printing Words, Phrases, and Sentences
ISBN: 1941691013
EAN13: 9781941691014
Language: English
Pages: 132
Weight: 1.00 lbs.
Format: Paperback

Princess Writing Workbook Practice Printing Words, Phrases, and Sentences

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Book Overview
Welcome to an enchanted land where writing practice is fun and fit for a princess. This princess book is much more than just a writing workbook: A decorative princess-themed border adds a visual element to each page, which helps to stimulate interest and set a princess-themed tone. These writing exercises include words, phrases, and sentences relating to princesses. This helps to inspire students to want to read and copy the writing exercises. Students first trace the words and then copy each line onto the blank line below. The standard three lines help to align the letters properly. This volume of the series is designed for students who have already practiced their basic lettering, but who need additional practice writing words, phrases, and sentences. Students who still need to learn their letters may want to begin with a more basic workbook from this series. This workbook also includes one chapter of reading and writing questions (with answers in the back). Students first read a short paragraph and then write answers to three questions. This helps to build basic reading comprehension and valuable writing skills . The last chapter, called Express Yourself, includes 20 pages of guided writing exercises, which encourages students to think about what to write. This is a valuable skill that everyone needs to develop. Uppercase and lowercase alphabet pages at the beginning of the workbook review how to write each letter (arrows are included). The introduction offers suggestions for how to make the most of this workbook. There is also a page for parents and teachers, describing how to ask basic, intermediate, and advanced questions to make the learning experience more interactive .