Book Review: Adventures in Writing

adventuresAdventures in Writing is a workbook of imagination and writing geared for 1st graders aged 6-7. The book is very interactive with flash cards, activities and worksheets for your child to try to help learn the points that are being taught in the book.  I kind of wish I was 6, because it looks like it is a lot of fun! At the end of each chapter is a “Great job!” certificate to show that you have mastered the chapter and are a superstar! You can also color it in, too. Each chapter builds on the lessons taught in the previous chapters as well to help really bring the message home.  All of the cut out activities and coloring activities look like they would be a lot of fun – while being very educational as well!

If you are a teacher or have a kid who is 6-7 years old in your life, you’ll want to check out this book to help teach them the rules of writing!

I received a free e-copy of this book in order to write this review. I was not otherwise compensated.

About the Book

There is a lot that goes into good writing — and this workbook collection shows young writers how to succeed.

This workbook promotes:
√ Composition
√ Creative writing
√ Punctuation
√ Spelling & grammar
√ Vocabulary building

• Activities teach capitalization, punctuation, building sentences, and other foundational skills
• Includes fill-in-the-blanks, matching games, storytelling, and simple paper crafts
• Fun themes: pirates, cartoon dinosaurs, fairy tales, and more
• A certificate of completion ends each section
• Perforated pages for easy removal

Education.com workbooks offer thematic content to actively engage children and provide them with fun-filled, memorable learning experiences. Written by teachers and based on subjects educators consider important, these workbooks have been tested by millions of educators and countless hours of classroom use: 1 in 4 U.S. teachers rely on Education.com material.

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