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The Great Grammar Adventure - Weekly Language Arts for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Grades
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During this class, students will enhance their Reading, Writing, Drawing and Critical Thinking skills. This is a highly interactive class with each child reading a portion of the story out loud and the entire class discussing the elements of the story and how they compare to real life. Then they will draw their favorite character and tell the class how that character made them feel as it pertains to right and wrong. I believe in teaching with care, empathy and trust. I want my students to...
Along with enhancing their Reading, Writing, Drawing and Critical Thinking skills, they will learn that the choices they make can either have positive or negative consequences and that listening to your parents will lead you down the right path.
I will be emailing each child/parent the story so the student will have the opportunity to read the story first and become familiar with it. It's important that they are comfortable reading small portions of the story out loud, in front of others, and discussing it in class. Each student should also have pen/pencil and paper for writing and the drawing tool of there choice to use for their picture, such as colored pencils or crayons.
50 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Hello! My name is Cathy! I'm so happy to meet you! :)
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
1 completed class
I love teaching kids ages 3-18 in a variety of subjects. For over 30 years I have homeschooled children, aged 7-14, in English, Math, Literature, Science, History and Geography, high school students, aged 15-18, in higher-end Math, Science and...