Lacey says, “My favorite way to teach good writing to junior high students is through good reading. I love to incorporate narration from the novels the kids are reading and to have them grow accustomed to reading well written words, which, in turn, hopefully leads them to writing well written words of their own. But sometimes it’s also really helpful to have a little guide – a handbook, if you will. I was excited to add Jump In: A Workbook for Reluctant and Eager Writers from Timberdoodle into my curriculum this year because sometimes I can forget what expectations are […]
Amanda says, “As middle school approaches for my second daughter, with little writing instruction behind her, Jump In from Apologia caught my eye. She is my independent learner, so the instructional style of speaking directly to the student is perfect for her.” Read the rest of her review at Big Family Blessings.