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Write prompts about textbooks
Included in this product are link affiliates for textbooks your loved ones will like! Ranging from non-verbal textbooks to favourite fiction, your children's literacy can be a stepping stone to writing them. Let them inspire you this weeks and write about them. You' ve got to study this book!
We never get weary of hanging out with them! Consider such a book - one you like to study over and over again. Then convince a buddy to browse this book by making a checklist of 6-10 good reason why it is so attractive. Browse a silent book - one that usually contains images and no (or very few) words - and create a storyline that fits every page in the book.
This will help you wonder what happens in the image, how each player might be feeling and what might come next. When you have younger brothers and sisters, you probably have some silent textbooks like Chalk, Good Night, Gorilla, or The Red Book. Or, if not, go to the Reading Room and find one of the short stories on this 10 silent book-listing.
For example, in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Aslan is the main characters and the wicked White Witch is the most antagonistic. Select a person from a favourite book and describe how the behaviour and benefits of this person evoke reverence or awe. Then think of antagonist ( "from the same or a different book") and tell them what makes this unlikely.
You ever think about writing a novel? And if so, you probably already have an idea about the people you could be including! Type a section describing your protagonist. When you think of words, you will find some suggestions here and here. Do you like these writing tips?
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