In this age of “txt-speak,” sound bites, and emoticons, your child still needs to know how to write in a creative, understandable, God-honoring way.
How to Write a Story, Grades 4-6, from Evan-Moor is packed with easy-to-execute ideas and dozens of writing forms that will help your child refining his or her sentence writing skills.
Lessons and reproducibles to help students learn the parts of a story cover:
Guidelines are presented for writing in six different genres:
- Realistic fiction
- Historical fiction
- Science fiction
Teach your child how to write effectively and engagingly with How to Write a Story, Grades 4-6, from Evan-Moor. Order today from Curriculum Express!
Designed to serve as enrichments to core curriculum, Evan-Moor materials provide practical, creative and engaging supplements for students in grades Pre-K to 6+.
Use Evan-Moor titles to help your struggling students or to engage more advanced students to dig deeper into topics that interest them.
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