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My Pictures and Stories
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My Writing
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Student Writing Books
They're NOT your old blank composition books!

                                                                                                   
Draft Writing Books Grades PK-5
 
There are three very affordable books in
this product line:

My Pictures and Stories @ $1.50
for PK-Kindergarten,
I Can Write! $1.50
for
kindergarten- 1st Grade,
My Writing $1.75 for
grades 2 & 3,

 

These unique resources and their accompanying Teacher's Guides reflect many years of classroom experienceKey student supports and prompts are built-in to each draft writing book to enrich instruction, support the writing process, and engage students in:
  • open-ended writing
  • developing writing skills to meet state standards
  • experiencing authorship
  • recording knowledge and progress over time
  • preserving a collection of written work to share with parents.

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Some of the features that make these draft writing books
stand out as truly unique
in their use for the writing process:

  • word lists       
  • lines spaced for revisions
  • editing guides
  • observation notes pages
  • alphabet recognition pages
  • spelling development record
  • table of contents
  • grammar pages
  • space for graphic organizers
  • author personalizes front and back cover 
    and more! Each book is different!

    Click on 'See inside' below to look inside each
    draft writing book and see the student
    supports available.

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View Your Cart                                                     Draft Writing Books PK-K
 
My Pictures and Stories
by David Matteson

 
These draft writing books are for young
 students to draw pictures about which
 they will dictate or write their thoughts.
 Teachers use these experiences to
 develop oral language, letter-sound
 knowledge, and vocabulary in an
 enjoyable and meaningful way for
 their students. A space for the
 teacher's monitoring notes turn these
 books into an assessment that
 documents students' growth and
 achievement.

Personalized front cover, dedication page,
and About the Author section on back
cover encourage engagement and
feelings of authorship and ownership.


Includes a FREE 8 page teacherís guide.


Look Inside

Teacher's Guide PDF
 


Item # 8004A
2005 pb   48 pages 
size  8.5 x 11        
ISBN: 1-57274-825-7       $1.50

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Also see Professional Books

     Assessing and Teaching 
     Beginning Writers
     Dancing With the Pen
     How Children Learn to Write
     Spelling
     Writing Instruction K-6


 See!

  Assessing and Teaching Beginning Writers
  by David Matteson





 
   
                                                     Draft Writing books K-5
 
 I Can Write!     Grades K-1
 
 Kathleen Hardcastle Moeller and
 Geri Williams

 
I Can Write! introduces kindergarten
children to a personalized draft writing book to house their writing.  The features of these books provide supports for the
children and assessment tools for the
teacher, including space for recording
spelling development and alphabet
knowledge, and space for monitoring
notes. Includes a FREE 8-page teacherís
guide.

Personalized front cover, dedication page,
and About the Author section on back
cover encourage engagement and feelings
of authorship and ownership.


Complete with a FREE Teacher's Guide

Look inside

Teacher's guide PDF



Item # 8007A
paperback 64 pages
size 8.5 X 11
$1.50

Please call for shipping information:
800/336-5588

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Also see Professional Books

     Assessing and Teaching 
     Beginning Writers
     How Children Learn to Write
     Spelling
     Writing Instruction K-6


See Sample Interior pages
Words I can Spell page
Dedicated to page
New Words I can Spell page
Line page
My Editing Guide page
Other Editing page
Recording  Spelling Development page
Recording Alphabet Knowledge (capital Letters) page
Recording Alphabet Knowledge (Lower Case Letters) page
Observation Notes
About the Author (back cover) page
 
 
 My Writing       Grades 2-3
 
 Kathleen Hardcastle Moeller and
 Geri Williams


 
My Writing is a surprisingly
 affordable new draft writing book for
 second
and third graders, which provides
 a unique combination of features that
 support your studentsí writing,
 revision, and editing. Includes a
 FREE 8-page teacherís guide.


Personalized front cover, dedication page,
and About the Author section on back
cover encourage engagement and feelings
of authorship and ownership.

Complete with a FREE Teacher's Guide

Look inside

Teacher's Instruction (PDF)
 



Item # 8005
paperback 80 pages
size 8.5 x 11
$1.75

Please call for shipping information:
800/336-5588

 [Add to Cart]
[View Cart]


Also see Professional Books

     Assessing and Teaching 
     Beginning Writers
     How Children Learn to Write
     Spelling
     Writing Instruction K-6


See Sample Interior pages
Words I can Spell page
Dedicated to page
Table of Contents
Line page
My Editing Guide pages
My Word Choices page
New Words I Can Spell page
 
Writing is a personal activity in which we compose messages which we put down to read, The writing part of any early literacy intervention is not done just as a service to learning to read; it  is not merely an activity engaged in to prepare a child to be a reader.  In the end students should move forward with relative independence into any of the writing tasks demanded by the education system. And reading and writing activities should continue to enrich each other.
 
                                 Marie Clay (2001,28)
                                 Teacher and Researcher
                                 New Zealand

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