How to Develop Your Child's Gifts and Talents in Writing

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Lowell House, 1997 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 148 pages
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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

Contents Introduction The History of Writing
1
Scribbles and Squiggles
11
Letters and Words
21
Copyright

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About the author (1997)

Cheney is a veteran elementary educator.

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