Write from the start: tapping your child's natural writing ability

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New American Library, Sep 1, 1986 - Education - 237 pages
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This innovative program encourages kindergartners and grade-school children to begin writing--not according to strict grammatical rules, but simply to express themselves--even before they begin to read

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Stuart's narrative of successful experiences in teaching writing to children is intertwined with Graves's italicized analytical commentary to emphasize, to teachers and parents, that every child can ... Read full review

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Ready to Write
1
Wrong from the Start
29
A Society of Learning
53
Copyright

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