There is a lot covered in this book. This book helps teach your child writing skills, such as choosing the proper voice, vivid verbs to make for a more interesting written piece, alliteration, similes, and more. Here's a screen shot of the Table of Contents.
Follow the teaching box, will be the activities. Each page features a refresher of what is being learned.
1.) Customization: Is it easily adaptable? Can we customize it to fit “us?” Can we modify or set our own schedule? Can we take breaks, jump ahead, or flat out skip?
Even though this is a digital product, it is a download, so you can move about as you see fit. We chose to start from page one, but you could certainly target problem areas. Since it is a physical product, you can take breaks as needed.
2.) Value: Is it long lasting? Will it cover multiple grade ranges? Are you locked in to one specific grade level? Are there hidden fees?
There are no hidden fees, but be prepared to print the digital copy. It covers grades 6 and above.
3.) Attention span: Is it boring? Is it engaging? Is it varied enough for ADHD? Does it last too long?
This is great for kiddos who need to type more than write. The lessons are varied enough so that boredom doesn't hit, and they are short enough that attention isn't lost.
4.) Does it tie into other things we already have.
This is strictly a language arts program, but writing skills do transcend the subjects, so I feel it is a really important skill to develop.
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