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    Evan-Moor® Draw-Then Write, Grades 4-6
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    Evan-Moor® Draw-Then Write, Grades 4-6

    Item # 656690
    Contains 4 components
    • Use all 4 parts or customize the lessons to the needs of your students.
    • After students have had some experience with the lessons, you may choose to place the lessons in a center.
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    Contains 4 components
    • Use all 4 parts or customize the lessons to the needs of your students.  4 components are: a chart showing the drawing steps, a reproducible with the drawing steps and space to draw, a reproducible with 3 variations on the topic and space to draw and a reproducible form that provides space for an original drawing of the subject, accompanied by directions and writing lines for writing a paragraph about the drawing
    • After students have had some experience with the lessons, you may choose to place the lessons in a center.  A few of the topics covered include: dog, horse, cowboy, cat, elephant, astronaut, pig camel, football player, knight, convertible, kangaroo and more.

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    Item # 656690 
    Manufacturer # EMC773  
    brand name Evan-Moor
    manufacturer Evan-Moor

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    Evan-Moor� Draw-Then Write, Grades 4-6 1 5 1 1
    Not what I Expected I expected that the book for 4-6 would be set up similar to the 1-3 book - with the writing prompts for each grade level but a little more complicated drawing for each grade. The perfect creative writing with drawing exercise for 3 different grade levels. Unfortunately that's not what this book is. The 4th and 5th grade activities were only drawing pictures with no creative writing prompts, the 6th grade was the only one with a writing prompt. The 4-6 book was not similar to the other EM Leveled products and not up to the usual EM standards. September 5, 2012
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