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I'm Going to Write™ Workbook: Lowercase Letters (I'm Going to Read® Series) ebook

by Yukiko Kido,Harriet Ziefert


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I'M GOING TO WRITE™ WORKBOOK: LOWERCASE LETTERS (I'M GOING TO READ SERIES) By Harriet Ziefert BRAND NEW. The stupendously successful I'm Going to Read series has already attracted a new generation of readers with wonderful stories and appealing art. And now an exciting new addition - I'm Going to Write Workbooks - offers parents and children another great way to enjoy interactive, educational playtime together. Picking up a pencil and writing legibly requires good motor skills - and that s what this workbook helps build.

You can go to cart and save for later there. Learning to write your letters requires a lot of effort, and good motor skills. Kids will enjoy the process with this fun workbook, designed to supplement their school curricula and make learning their uppercase letters that much simpler.

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Picking up a pencil and writing legibly requires good motor skills, this workbook helps children to build this skill. It focuses on the coordination necessary to write properly by giving children words and letters to copy, as well as helpful information on how to form each letter.

Lowercase Letters (I'm Going to Read Series). Published October 1, 2007 by Sterling.

The stupendously successful "I'm Going to Read!" series has already .

The stupendously successful "I'm Going to Read!" series has already attracted a new generation of readers with wonderful stories and appealing art. And now an exciting new addition - "I'm Going to Read! Workbooks" - offers parents and children another great way to enjoy interactive, educational playtime together. This workbook on short vowels will have kids sounding out their letters well, and learning a great deal along the way. And with it's appealing design and bright colours, they'll never think they're doing homework! show more.

Picking up a pencil and writing legibly requires good motor skills—and that’s what this workbook helps build. It focuses on the coordination necessary to write properly by giving children words and letters to copy, as well as helpful information on how to form each letter.
Waiso
Disappointed, especially after using and loving their Rhyming Words book.
These are words grouped thematically, the great pictures are there, but it hardly offers an opportunity to practice, they write each word once. I'd say even with the colorful pictures it is rather boring because the only activity is writing, and that is mere tracing.
Might be useful for kindergarten or first grade summer homework. I homeschool, so I might include these pages as colorful practice in addition to a lesson that already focuses on these groups.

Word groupings include:
numbers
colors
parts of your body
food
months
weather (which is nice- ie. sunny, snowy,...)
days
shapes
people
signs, (again, nice- ie. stop, yield, exit...)
at the office (some rather big words- ie. computer, calculator...)
at home
things that go
where? (prepositions- ie. over, under...)
Our world (earth, river, lake...)
everyday words
Barit
Not typical sight words that preschooler or kindergartener is learning. I was hoping to review the sight words my preschooler is learning and this book will not help as much as I had hoped. It goes thru numbers 0-20, colors, days of the week and months which is fine but then it's household words like television, radio and things that go like ambulance and motorcycle that aren't typical beginning sight words to know. Cover is misleading with words like on, it, the, and, on... which are the types of sight words I was expecting. Book is nice size but overpriced in my opinion.
FreandlyMan
I used this for my oldest and bought again for my middle child. I LOVE that the book goes in order from the letter easiest to write (l) to the hardest ones (q). The example and practice ones are easy for my kid to understand how to make the letter even if I am not standing there watching them. I used this for homeschool preschool.
VariesWent
My 4.5 year old is still getting the hang of vowels, so this is a bit too advanced, but he enjoys a challenge apparently, as he keeps demanding the short vowel one to accompany it.
Shistus
My kids have always loved these. The letters are big and there are fewer on the page so if they are very young but have the desire to learn to write it is easier for them to give it a try. I love the colors and that the book is very sturdy. win win
Getaianne
This book was not what i was hoping for. I was hoping for some sight word word searches games ect. Instead it was tracing all the sight words then writing them on your own. Very boring I could have printed that off the computer or done myself.
Hiylchis
This book simply asks the child to copy sight words. The models are in large, clear print, and the lines for copying onto are also large/primary size and have a dotted line in the middle. There are some illustrations. It does not have other types of exercises, puzzles, etc.

As an alternative, I have really enjoyed the book "Success with Sight Words". It is not a workbook, but rather a teacher/parent guide with activity ideas.
great book for children with speech problems!
I'm Going to Write™ Workbook: Lowercase Letters (I'm Going to Read® Series) ebook
Author:
Yukiko Kido,Harriet Ziefert
Category:
Education & Reference
Subcat:
EPUB size:
1995 kb
FB2 size:
1624 kb
DJVU size:
1238 kb
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Publisher:
Sterling; Workbook edition (October 1, 2007)
Pages:
64 pages
Rating:
4.3
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