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Pre-Writing Activities for the Toddler

     94 Laminated pages that help your toddler use their gross motor muscles to learn how to form shapes, numbers and letters. There are also pages to help form spatial awareness. This picture is just the cover page and some reduced examples of the other pages. Other pages can be viewed here  

Laminated Mats

     Laminated magnetic mats (3ea. x 8 colors). Use these mats to model sentence structure and grammar concepts as a concrete, visual instructional method. Using them for shaping and patterning exercises will help your students attend to and retain their new material.  

Parts of Speech Posters

     Laminated magnetic mats (3ea. x 8 colors). Use these mats to model sentence structure and grammar concepts as a concrete, visual instructional method. Using them for shaping and patterning exercises will help your students attend to and retain their new material.  

Writing Folder Inserts

     Placing these color coded word banks into the students' writing folders gives the teacher a method for categorizing words from other subjects while creating word banks to be used in writing prompts across the curriculum. Take these on grammar walks to find grammar in real life. This can help children visualize before writing.  

Word Cards

     Students use the color coded word cards categorized by part of speech to recreate the sentence structures and patterns being taught. Students also use these cards as word banks when looking for words to improve their writing and make it "more colorful." Teachers understand that using these cards reinforces grammar concepts and increases vocabulary.  

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Applied Grammar Demonstration DVD

    

This 130-minute DVD shows Mrs. Brubaker in action, using her Writing Program to teach real home-schooled students.

 

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