How to Develop Your Child's Gifts and Talents in Writing
How to Develop Your Child's Gifts and Talents in Writing is a creative guide for parents to help their children with writing. Building from the basics of well-structured sentences, Cheney helps parents expand their child's writing talents.
-- Shows parents how to introduce children to basic elements of writing
-- Provides methods for helping young writers create and develop poems, stories, reports, and essays
-- In-depth look at the steps in the writing process, including choosing subjects, constructing outlines, and editing drafts
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Contents Introduction The History of Writing
Scribbles and Squiggles
Letters and Words
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activities alphabet animal Ask your child big wings birthday challenge Chapter character Child's Gifts child's interest choose color construction-paper cover contact paper crayons create cuneiform describe descriptive words Develop Your Child's draw dream journal Encourage your child essay examples family members finished copy Fold folder Gifted & Talented Gifts and Talents Glue help your child ideograms important Invented spelling journal Kyle Kyle's language Letter writing look Lowell House magazines main idea manila paper Martha Cheney Math meaning notes Onomatopoeia paragraph Peanut pencil penguins person Phoenicians Phonics pictograms PICTOGRAPH player poster board pp/paper/ISBN Puzzles & Games question record revisions shapes sheet of paper simple skill sound sound symbols steps story Sumerians sure symbols system of writing tape tell tence Things tion topic writing process young writer