What makes a child enjoy writing? You’ve heard me say it before on this blog and in videos—directed instruction!
What makes a child love writing? Directed instruction coupled with a fun (and familiar) topic.
My Write On! books have both of those benchmarks—and my test students have been loving these projects so much!
We are happy to announce our class line up for the next school year at three of our four locations/days! (The fourth day/location is Joshua teaching at a co-op in Churubusco, Indiana.)
Please get your forms in by July 1st as we decide which classes to add or subtract based on enrollment at that time. If you are registering after July first, please call to see if there are still slots available (260.433.4465).
This week’s Punctuation Puzzle is a compound sentence (hint, hint!) about the Bermuda Triangle. Try to solve it BEFORE you read my recommendations! 🙂
They did not object and thus the area was named the Bermuda Triangle.
I’m excited to announce a new downloadable product that is super user-friendly and effective! And…..it’s based on the story of Beauty and the Beast, so it’s super fun too!
I’ll give you the details of the product in a little bit, but I want to let you know how you can get your hands on this resource first.
Alright, Fort Wayne area peeps! We are ready for you!
If you are not a FW area peep, don’t close your computer ‘coz we are going Live on the Internet!
Yep, we are still having all of our classes in our four locations (our three, plus Joshua’s Columbia City/Churubusco co-op gig). But in addition to those, we will be rolling out our new Live Internet classes for three sections in the fall. (Do you want to be our guinea pigs???? 🙂 )
I’m bringing back the Punctuation Puzzle! Many readers said they enjoyed these puzzles….so I will be bringing you one each week. (I love them too!)
For your Character Ink Cottage Class kids and others with upper level students, do these with them! They will be so good for their grammar and usage skill development!
Here’s the Puzzle:
An Introduction to Readability Levels
I began homeschooling over thirty years ago when Ray and I taught my younger sister (who was in eighth grade at the time) in our home. During my first several years of homeschooling, I used early readers when my children were first learning to read, but I did not care for “readers” for older children. I always felt that abridged or excerpted stories were inferior—and that children should read whole books.
I am so excited about my new preposition book! (Yes, I get super excited about grammar!)
And I’m doubly excited that you (our subscribers!) get to see it and use it first—for FREE! (Subscribe here to get it for free for a limited time!)
The best way to introduce you to this fun, effective book is to leave you with the store description! So here you go…..
Ray and Donna Reish Private Tutoring Offerings (Character Ink Press)
My husband and I are expanding our tutoring offerings for the summer (and adding our daughter-in-law!)
With the addition of live video Cottage Classes to our line up next year and the completion of the Meaningful Composition and Write On writing series recently, I’ve been getting a lot of questions about my books.