This is the ultimate guide for your children's FIRST RESEARCH PAPER! It is especially designed for Third Graders researching animals. And will help you Get Organized and Get It Done!
Here is what is included for YOU: ** a suggested daily schedule of tasks for the next thee weeks ** week by week (and task by task--topic selection, completion of notecards, sources and graphics, development of informational and working outlines, creation of rough draft, the process of editing and drafting the final paper) instructions ** student tracking sheets (to help monitor each child's progress) ** mini-lessons on choosing a topic, and writing “hooks,” and documenting sources (with posters) ** and a grading sheet.
For YOUR CHILDREN there are: ** prompted notecards ** a Research Booklet—to keep your children’s research organized ** a “Ready to Write” rough draft guide ** revision checklist (that mirrors your grading sheet) ** and lots of FUN!
Your children's FIRST RESEARCH PAPER doesn't need to be a struggle! Spend the next three weeks helping to lay the foundations of some vital life skills—research, critical thinking and analysis of information—not wiping tears or writing an animal paper yourself. This pack will help you to get your children organized, so they can get it done!
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Before becoming a homeschooling mom, I received my Master of Arts in Urban and Regional Planning from the University of Florida. After graduating, I had a career as a base planner for the United States Air Force. While working at the USAF Academy, I met my pilot-husband and began travelling the US and growing our family. Since 2005, I have homeschooled our seven children in South Carolina, Washington, New Jersey, Illinois, and now, Alaska! I love being a part of my children's education. We have four boys, three girls and lots of learning styles. Every year brings new learning adventures and challenges--and I look forward to sharing them with you.