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over 1 week
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Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
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At this age, children are in various beginning stages of writing. Some learners are scribbling, while others are drawing detailed pictures. Some learners are making lines that look like letters, others are writing words. How do you learn to write? You learn by WRITING! Young learners at every level need lots of opportunities to put their ideas on paper and to share their ideas with others. This class will be focused on facilitating a love of writing using open ended and flexible topics,...
Students will: gain confidence in their writing. learn to communicate through writing. share their writing with others.
1. a supply of colorful drawing and writing tools - To promote fine motor development, I prefer young learners use small objects for writing. Crayons are best for early writers. They are easier to hold and won't bleed through the paper like markers. Large writing tools are difficult for small hands to hold properly. A variety of colors is more interesting and easier to see on the paper. For reluctant writers you might try scented crayons! 2. blank white paper (no lines please) - You could use a pre made journal, a folder with blank paper inside, or you could wait until the end of the session to staple pages together. * For reluctant or brand new writers you might consider adding a supply of theme related stickers or stamps to extend interest.
1 hour 30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Joanie KellyPreschool and ElementaryTeacher, BA in Elementary Education, M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction
33 total reviews
30 completed classes
Hi, my name is Mrs. Kelly. I have been an educator for over 25 years. I have a Bachelor of Arts degree in Elementary Education and a Masters degree in Curriculum and Instruction. I have taught a variety of grades in elementary and middle...