Item description for Draw...Then Write, Grades 1-3 by Evan-Moor Educational Publishers...
Overview Draw-Then Write, Grades 1-3is a fun hands-on way for students to make the connection between pictures and text. Students follow step-by-step drawing lessons and write about the completed pictures. Writing exercises take students from simple to more complex writing tasks. A few of the topics covered include: caterpillar bird mouse turtle frog snail elephant puppy lion pickup truck koala robot clown helicopter duck hippo race car and more
Publishers Description Creative drawing inspires creative writing The simple drawing steps and fun topics in these books make even the most reluctant of writers excited to write stories. Multiple difficulty levels allow you to customize each topic's lessons to your students' needs. Included are: reproducible draw-then-write forms, step-by-step directions and teaching suggestions.
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Studio: Evan-Moor Educational Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.98" Width: 8.52" Height: 0.3" Weight: 0.63 lbs.
Release Date Mar 1, 2000
Publisher Evan-Moor Educational Publishers
Grade Level Grade School
ISBN 1557997314 ISBN13 9781557997319 UPC 023472007315
Availability 0 units.
More About Evan-Moor Educational Publishers
Since 1979, Evan-Moor Educational Publishers has provided educators with practical, creative, and engaging PreK–8 materials to support and enrich the core curriculum.
We strive to produce educational materials that are aligned with current standards and best educational practices—and with student interests and motivations. We pride ourselves on our ability to create products that not only build and reinforce basic and complex skills, but that develop a curiosity about the subjects in which those skills are taught.
When teaching colleagues and friends Joy Evans and Jo Ellen Moore created their first handwritten book to motivate struggling students in their classroom, they had no idea that they were embarking on a very successful career in educational publishing.
In the 1970s, Joy and Jo Ellen were team teaching in a Title I school in California and developing their own supplemental resources to inspire students in their classroom to learn basic skills. After multiple rejection letters from publishers, Joy and Jo Ellen decided to independently publish their first six titles. Partnering with Joy’s brother, Bill Evans, the trio founded Evan-Moor Educational Publishers in 1979.
Joy and Jo Ellen taught the first few years while Bill practiced law. Bill and Joy’s parents, Olive and Earl, volunteered their garage as a warehouse and shipping facility. Olive and Earl also served as the first sales team, visiting local stores and book clubs—and eventually the grassroots efforts took off.
Today, Evan-Moor Educational Publishers operates with the same family spirit and enthusiasm that the company was founded on nearly 35 years ago. While Evan-Moor sadly said goodbye to Joy Evans in 2012, the passion and energy that Joy, Jo Ellen, and Bill infused into Evan-Moor has propelled the company to long-term success.
Joy and Jo Ellen’s inaugural, hand-crafted book has led to more than 500 titles, as well as digital resources, e-books, center kits, RTI resources, and an interactive learning platform for 1:1 learning models. And today, as in the early days, Evan-Moor continues to develop resources and technologies with a clear, unwavering focus on the goal of helping children learn.
Reviews - What do customers think about Draw...Then Write, Grades 1-3?
My daughter enjoys it. Jun 17, 2008
I don't feel this workbook does the best job of helping children understand sentence structure. The child work from the same picture for 3 days progressively building more of the sentence themselves each day. It is ok practice but if I used the whole book it would be quite redundant. This book is not a bad purchase but not quite what I was hoping for. What it does do is give more handwriting practice without actual copy work which is good.
Draw: Then Write Sep 10, 2005
I had been searching for a good program that would grab the attention of my son. He is reluctant to write and feels he can't draw worth a darn. So, I got this. He loves it. He asks to work in it and has actaully been drawing the little pictures all over everything. I have him do the excercises and then draw the picture/sentence/word again in his writing journal. He loves it.