NEW UIL/PSIA Creative Writing Workbook 3 follows a format similar to Workbook 1 with rules and guidelines with a few new abbreviated lessons on humor, or being "silly" to encourage further creativity. In addition to the 10 tests with pages for writing, Volume 3 also contains two sample stories written by Imagine That author, Irene Bouchard to show young students what a good story 'might' look like and how to incorporate some or all of the pictures. VIEW INSIDE!
Creative Writing Workbook 2 contains the same elements as Workbook 1 and includes additional exercises and information pertaining to the "elements of a story" and character building, as well as supplementary adjective and verb lists. As in Workbook 1, included are 10 practice prompts similar to that of UIL competition. Perfect for expanding your student's knowledge of story writing!
UIL A+ Creative Writing Workbook 1 explains the UIL A+ and PSIA Creative Writing contest in grade-appropriate language to help (1st or) 2nd grade* students better understand the rules and rubric of the contest. The introduction pages address topics such as organization, verbs, adjectives, and what the judges want to see. If a young student understands the goals and rules of the UIL Creative Writing contest, and has practiced taking tests that are in a similar format, he or she is more likely to place higher and thus feel encouraged to continue and excel. Each workbook contains 10 easy-to-assign prompts with blank lines for students to craft their own creative essays. Excellent kid-friendly practice!
Workbooks includes 10 practice tests and lined pages for writing stories, as well as a study schedule to help organize practice time over the course of the year or semester.
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*Note: The rules of the UIL and the PSIA contest may differ slightly, for example, PSIA may allow first grade students as well and second grade, but please verify this on your own. Please view the respective websites for more insight into the Creative Writing contest. Creative Writing for UIL and PSIA is a subjective contest designed to encourage self-expression and organization in very young students.