This course is a three-part course; 1) weekly spelling list with Friday Test; 2) Daily writing prompts and 3) Daily grammar exercises. We will be exploring parts of speech as well as correct sentence structures and correct grammar. The Daily writing exercise will give you not only new words to use your dictionary to look up but you will also have some silly themes for the day. Daily Writings are 5-10 sentences long.
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Each week begins with Monday. Word lists are drawn from Scripture, classic literature, and famous speeches. There are a variety of printable activities and puzzles each week. Year Three has a special focus on building vocabulary and includes a personalized, printable dictionary project for the students to create as they progress through the course.
This is the workbook we will be working from. I will be handing out assignments every Monday during live Class so please attend Monday's!
writing prompts to encourage homeschool students’ creativity, thinking skills, and writing skills across the entire year. These homeschool language arts Daily Writing prompts help students from elementary through high school think in very different terms from those they commonly use and stretch their imaginations, even when writing about normal everyday things. Learning to think “outside the box” can help homeschool students become better communicators, both through the written word and in person, which are invaluable skills in today’s world.
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