Can Do Cursive
Can do Cursive Series is for Year 6 plus students or equivalent working Level
Can-Do Cursive is the student workbook for fifth graders or older students still mastering or learning cursive.
- Students receive a quick, thorough review of cursive with emphasis on difficult connections
- Practice pages reinforce other language arts lessons, such as grammar and Greek/Latin word roots
- Cursive skills are used to write paragraphs, poetry, and thank you notes
Can-Do Cursive Teacher’s Guide gives multisensory strategies and activities for implementing fifth grade handwriting instruction. You’ll receive the latest resources and strategies for teaching handwriting in the fifth grade classroom in only 15 minutes per day. With these tools, you'll have everything you need to help children master handwriting, build confidence, and write automatically without thinking about how to form their letters.
- More opportunities for writing practice
- New, streamlined lesson design
- Embedded multimedia makes lesson planning easy
- Simplified teaching guidelines
- Differentiated Instruction
- English Language Learners strategies and activities
- Cross-curricular connections
- School-to-home connections
- Line generalization
- Seamless and fluid instruction, including modeling, writing, and music
Building Writers F
Our Building Writers composition workbooks offer extra practice for writing skills development and can be easily incorporated into a writing block as independent writing or as whole group practice to meet your students' varying needs. Students become better, more fluent writers as they write about cross-curricular topics and practice three writing styles: narrative, information, and opinion.
- Structured practice to build core writing skills
- Developmental approach to writing
- Offers customizable writing templates to fit with any topic
- Builds confident communicators and improves overall communication skills
- Practical application of handwriting skills
- Eliminates the need for worksheets
Fifth grade students practice three writing styles:
- Narrative: Students write a story with a clear sequence of events; introduce a narrator and characters; include dialogue and description; use details to effectively communicate the experiences of characters and events; use words and phrases to show the order of events; and write a conclusion
- Information: Students clearly introduce the topic; organize related information into logical paragraphs or sections; write facts, definitions, and details about the topic; use quotations and concrete details to develop the topic; include topic-specific vocabulary; connect ideas with linking words and phrases; and write a conclusion
- Opinion: Students write an introduction that clearly states an opinion; write ideas and supporting reasons in an organized structure; write supporting reasons with facts and details, connect an opinion and supporting reason with linking words; and write a conclusion.
Writing Journal F
New grade-level journals provide one, organized tool for strengthening handwriting and creative writing skills during independent writing time.
- Narrow double lines and single lines
- Provides additional writing practice—now with more pages!
- 80 pages