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Never Too Early to Write
Never Too Early to Write
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Never Too Early to Write

Children who write before they read become better writers than those who don't, and you can start kindergartners writing even before they can print or spell. Bea Johnson learned from research and her personal journey in the K-1 classroom that early exposure to Writing Workshop brings rewards to both the student and the teacher. This seasoned educator brings her inspirational message to you, and it's full of terrific strategies to get you motivated and excited about the K-1 Writing-Workshop adventure. Reach every student, no matter their literacy level. Make writing a joyful experience for you and your students. You'll treasure this lovely and useful resource: Explains how to set the stage for a successful classroom Writing Workshop; Details the value of the "big four": dictation, drawing, scribbling, and temporary spelling; Covers ten effective writing-workshop strategies to use in a literature-based setting or with any readiness series. Includes the Individual Language Experience Stor

PublisherMaupin House
BrandMaupin House
Age Level- Years
Trim Size6 x 9
Page Count160

Bea Johnson

Bea Johnson

Author Bea Johnson is an elementary teacher with more than 25 years' teaching experience in kindergarten, second grade, third grade, and first and second grade Chapter I remedial reading. She has presented at numerous conferences including Early Childhood, Reading Association (local, state, and regional), Teachers of English (regional and state), and the Rocky Mountain Research Conference. Bea teaches two-day workshops for educators at the University of Sioux Falls, in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, on teaching writing to young children and teaching social studies units that are actually interesting. She has worked as a writing consultant for numerous schools in Iowa, Minnesota, South Dakota, Missouri, and Nebraska.

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