This is one of those posts that has been sitting in my “draft” box,
patiently waiting to be published.
It was meant for May.
(of 2011….so not too bad, but still)
Do you ever do that?
Get a post half finished then forget about it.
However this time I think I lucked out,
because there is nothing Seasonal (i.e. Christmas in July)
about this post.
And it happens to be perfect timing for “Back to School”
so perhaps it was just meant to be.
I suppose I COULD delete this introduction and PRETEND that I planned it this way…..
But I guess what’s done is done, so without any further ado,
I present to you May’s post: TODAY~
I’ve been working (behind the scenes) on a writing notebook for Sissy.
Sissy is going into the 3rd grade this year, and writing is NOT her favorite subject.
(I’m sure she would say it a bit more eloquently, but you get the picture)
trick inspire my dear daughter into working on those NECESSARY
(and not something you’d want to cut from your school curriculum) skills, I came up with this Writing Notebook idea.
And I know, I’m re-inventing the wheel here,
but sometimes having just the right method for just the right child
can work AMAZING miracles.
Please know that these might not be PERFECT printables.
There might be a spelling error.
The font is kinda funny and
my grammar might be incorrect.
(I’m sure the police will point that out to me shortly)
But they are what they are and I’ll be using them to inspire my little girl this year,
(I’ve got high hopes!)
So far I’ve uploaded a printable writing guide that will take children through the
steps needed to write an Instructional Paper.
And if you jump over to the main website, you might notice
quite a few more titles that I’ve got in the works.
(please read that to mean: Whenever I get a spare second)
(and please read Spare Second to mean: When pigs fly)
Oh the plans of a homeschooler…….