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Writing, much like reading and thinking, is more than an academic skill. It’s a life skill. Writing moves across the curriculum and into the everyday. Great readers make great writers and great writers make amazing thinkers. They all go hand in hand. So, help your students become great writers with Evan-Moor’s amazing selection of daily writing pra
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Much like any other skill, writing must be practiced.
Evan-Moor’s writing resources offer educators a multitude of materials that focus on the six writing traits. The six traits of writing include ideas, organization, voice, word choice, sentence fluency and convention. Language arts programs utilize the writing traits in order to form consistency from grade levels. Kindergarten students are introduced to the six traits of writing in their most basic form. The writing vocabulary is introduced at an early age and continued as students move up the education ladder, building on the traits as they go.
Educators can choose from a wealth of daily writing resources at Evan-Moor that work toward developing a complete writer. Research-based titles like Daily 6-Trait Writing focuses specifically on the traits. It is available for grades kindergarten through eighth grade, providing 25 weeks of instruction on the traits. Teachers can pick either a print or e-book format for the book, as well as individual student books or five-book class packs.
Teaching writing wouldn’t be complete without spelling. With Evan-Moor’s Building Spelling Skills, students learn the basic mechanics of spelling words. Building Spelling Skills is available for grades one through six plus. Students will definitely enhance their writing vocabulary as they work through 30 weeks of relevant spelling words.
Even in today’s tech-centered world, handwriting is important. Evan-Moor delivers Daily Handwriting Practice for grades kindergarten through six that includes both manuscript and print resources. Educators and parents can easily incorporate handwriting practice into the day with either the print or e-book version of Daily Handwriting Practice.
While much of writing practice in the elementary grades focuses on creative writing, non-fiction writing is a vital component, especially in the upper grades. With Evan-Moor’s Nonfiction Writing, educators have access to 16 units that teach students how to write summaries, research papers and more. Each unit is divided into expository, persuasive and narrative writing.
Find the resources you need to develop great writers at school and at home with Evan-Moor’s comprehensive selection of daily writing resources.