Download Draw Write Now, Book 2: Christopher Columbus, Autumn by Marie Hablitzel, Kim Stitzer PDF
By Marie Hablitzel, Kim Stitzer
Starting drawing and writing classes for kids a while 5 to 10. booklet 2 makes a speciality of Christopher Columbus, harvest time and the elements. The books are basic sufficient for a tender baby to do independently, yet a instructor or guardian could current the teachings. every one drawing lesson features a colourful photo and step by step directions, whereas the writing lesson comprises 4 basic handwritten sentences. the trainer or dad or mum may possibly introduce letter formation or have the youngsters replica the sentences for handwriting perform, or use the teachings as a springboard for artistic writing or file writing. constructed by means of an simple institution instructor and co-authored by means of her daughter. a short checklist of the 21 classes within the ebook contains: The Nina, Pinta and Santa Maria, a map of the Western Hemisphere, pine cone, owl, squirrel, pumpkin, airplane within the clouds, and sledding within the snow.
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