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Writing With Ease Level 1, Workbook

4.00 out of 5
(18 customer reviews)

Starting at: $20.97

Writing With Ease Level 1, Workbook

Save prep time – the Level 1 workbook provides teacher instruction plus all of the copywork assignments, comprehension questions, and reading passages needed for a year of writing instruction. For the ultimate in teacher support, add in the Four-Year Guide.

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Writing With Ease Level 1, Student Pages

Simplify your life with an extra set of consumable Student Pages! If you have multiple students, this will save you both time and work. The Workbook already contains one set and is a required resource for using these pages.

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All of the copywork assignments, comprehension questions, and reading passages that you’ll need for a full year of writing study. Using passages and sentences from classic children’s literature, the Writing With Ease Workbook allows young writers to practice their skills while absorbing the style and grace of great authors. Charming illustrations by Jeff West add a visual element that will spark your child’s imagination.

The Workbook is divided into 36 weeks of instruction with four lessons per week, and includes an Instructor Section and consumable Student Pages. You get detailed directions and scripted dialogue with suggested student responses in every lesson, so you can teach with confidence!

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Writing With Ease Level 1, Workbook

Save prep time – the Level 1 workbook provides teacher instruction plus all of the copywork assignments, comprehension questions, and reading passages needed for a year of writing instruction. For the ultimate in teacher support, add in the Four-Year Guide.

Writing With Ease Level 1, Student Pages

Simplify your life with an extra set of consumable Student Pages! If you have multiple students, this will save you both time and work. The Workbook already contains one set and is a required resource for using these pages.

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  1. Question

    Mila

    Is there an assessment or guide for placing your student on the right level?

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  2. 5 out of 5

    Carolyn Lunger

    I used WWE and Fll with several of my kids. Two of those kids are at UC Berkeley and reading and writing are their strongest skills. One of them scored the highest score you can get in her state test for ELA. I definitely attribute it to WWE and FLL. For the creative writing stuff and the writing prompts required by state we used 4 Square method and Creative Writing. So they used several types of programs for ELA

    One child is heading to SF state and creative writing is her strength. Two other girls did well trained mind before the workbooks came out and one is a nurse and other is a paralegal.

    I have two more left. These last two have special needs and I needed to do other stuff with them at first but with my 12 years old I can do FLL 4 and WWE 1 with him now. He is really enjoying them this year and learning a lot.

    I am doing FLL1 with my youngest one who is 9 but modifying it for him a bit using the So Happy to Learn method.

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  3. 3 out of 5

    Shannon

    While I have used this with a couple of my kids, they would give it one star. But I think it is a great book and would give it all 5. It helps with early writing skills and listening/memory skills.

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  4. Jasmine LaValley

    My 7 year is entering 2nd grade and we’ve competed FLL 1 and will be doing FLL2. Should I include WWE or should we wait until 3rd grade?

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  5. Olivia Taylor

    What subject does this cover? Handwriting and Reading Comprehension? And the First Language Lessons would be grammar? do you have a phonics/reading instruction program that goes along with his too?

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  6. Ivette

    Where can I see a sample of this?

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  7. Kimberly H Griffin

    Dors the level 1 writing with ease workbook include the instructers guide or are they sold separately? I see in the discription it says the workbook contains two parts: the Instructor Section and the Student Pages. Not sure what I need to get.

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  8. Brandi Crews

    My daughter will be starting 3rd grade in the fall. I am wanting to start a writing program for her but I’m not sure which level to start with. Do I start with level 1 even though she’s starting grade 3?

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  9. Marion

    Hi! My son is almost 6 and has learnt quite a bit of writing at reception in the UK. Do you think I could start with level 1 or is it too early?

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      It might be all right…try the first few lessons and see. But there is no hurry. Take lots of breaks and keep the lessons brief.

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  10. cslembo

    I homeschool two children. If I get the WWE Instructor Manual and two sets of the Student Pages will I have enough material to teach the program. I anticipate some potential conflict between the kids if one gets an activity book and the other loose leaf pages.

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  11. Carrie Braun

    Are the student pages single sided or double sided in the loose leaf copy? I’m trying to decide how to print out my PDF version.

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    • WTM Press Minion

      The pages are single sided.

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  12. Mary

    What age/grade is this for? Thanks.

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    • WTM Press Minion

      Ideally for a 7 or 8 year old student.

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