The premise behind Daily Language Review is simple and straightforward - frequent, focused practice leads to mastery and retention of that skill. What's in Daily Language Review? -The book is divided into 36 weekly sections. -Monday through Thursday follow this format: -sentences to edit - corrections need to be made in punctuation, capitalization, spelling, and grammar. -items that practice a variety of language and reading skills. -Friday's practice involves a single job practicing a variety of skills, among them: -categorizing objects -reading for comprehension -predicting outcomes -sequencing -unscrambling sentences -combining sentences -distinguishing between real and make believe -alphabetical order -writing and answering questions -An answer key for each week is provided on the same page as the Friday lesson. -Scope and sequence charts on pages 3 and 4 detail the specific skills to be practiced and show when they will be presented. The skills chosen have been selected from a variety of language texts at this level.Publishers Description
This book provides four to five items for every day of a 36-week school year. Skill areas include grammar, punctuation, mechanics, usage and sentence editing. Also included are scope and sequence charts, suggestions for use, and answer keys.
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.8" Width: 8.3" Height: 0.4"
Weight: 0.85 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2015
Publisher Homeschool Bargain Books
Availability 0 units.
Reviews - What do our customers think?
|Very good Mar 22, 2007|
|My daughter is in Kindergarten and she likes it. It is well written.|
|Excellent resource for teachers Sep 25, 2005|
|I have used extensive grammar and language texts with schoolchildren. And they would hate it! Now I use this book|
and it is rather quick, efficient, and to the point.
The children enjoy their sessions as they learn.
You can have them practice handwriting as well as grammar and punctuation. It is really great.
|Useful tool to begin class with Aug 6, 2005|
|The books offers a review for many skills children should know. It's a usefully tool to begin class with and have children review what they know. There are questions for each day of the week for a 36 week school year. It has helped my students review concepts they have learned. |
|Great daily skills practice Oct 12, 2002|
|With educational and testing standards getting more and more difficult, it is nice having a tool to provide students with practice with language arts skills. These Daily Language Practice sheets give 1st graders a daily dose of basic editing (adding capitals, basic spelling errors, punctuation). They also include a variety of other activities including sorting words, yes/no questions, rhyming words, and other fundamentals. The Friday sheet always has a different and more lighthearted activity. There is also a Daily Math Practice book and I xerox them back to back and use them as bellwork. Both are half-sheets which are completed in about 10 minutes. Highly recommended!|
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