BookShark's Language Arts D Instructor's Guide
- What's Included
Our Guides are designed to equip you to teach your children. You will help your children develop as writers through instruction in grammar, writing mechanics and creative expression. Children write in a wide variety of styles as they learn about similes, metaphors, hyperbole and more. Dictation exercises based upon famous quotations help children learn to recognize and imitate good writing.
Here are just a few of the helpful features you can expect from your IG.
- A 36-Week, 4-Day schedule designed to save one day a week for co-ops, music lessons, sports, field trips or other extra-curricular activities
- Weekly Overviews
- Student Activity Sheets
- Separate parent instructions, answers & definitions
- Rubrics to help you evaluate more subjective activities
- Instructor's Guide Resources and New User Information
- And much more!
Includes 1 set of Activity Sheets.
The following OPTIONAL supplements are scheduled in the guide but not required.
In Levels D-H, Language Arts integrates directly with the History content. Our Readers reinforce what students learn in History and are included in either a Reading with History or All-Subject Package.
One Set of Consumables is included with the package. To add consumables for another student please click here.
Can I use this package with both of my children?
If your children are working at the same skill level, they can share a Language Arts program. Please note that you will need a set of the Language Arts D Activity Sheets for each additional student (one set is included with the Instructor's Guide). You may also need additional copies of the optional Wordly Wise 3000 Book 3 - Consumable Workbook.
If your children are working at different skill levels, please choose a Language Arts option that is appropriate for each student.
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