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By Donna C. Oliverio M.S.

Young ones shuttle with Sammy Octopus on a studying and writing experience. they're inspired to attempt varied tools of writing and notice which manner works most sensible for them. in addition they study the worth of revising and enhancing, interact in actions that support them make sturdy be aware offerings, and get perform in descriptive writing, letter writing, record writing, poetry, and masses extra. academics in grades three and four will get pleasure from the recent Painless Junior sequence of school room helpers. Designed to resemble titles in Barron's Painless Series-- that are utilized in center tuition and highschool classrooms--the Painless Junior books characteristic higher web page sizes, a laugh illustrations, video games, puzzles, and an method of their topics that displays 3rd- and fourth-grade curricula. Their function is to inject a component of pleasure into topics that many more youthful scholars locate both dull or mystifying. teenagers' figuring out will enhance as they've got enjoyable studying.

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Also, although there are spelling and grammar errors in the free write, they do not stop readers from understanding what the writer is trying to say. Let’s Try It! Take five minutes to write freely about an octopus or a sea creature of your choice. On your mark . . get set . . free write! When you’re done free writing, reread what you have written and underline ideas you could use in your report on octopuses. 22 02_Chapter02 9/26/06 3:37 PM Page 23 WRITING A REPORT PLUNGE INTO THINKING AND TALKING ABOUT YOUR TOPIC Would you believe it if I told you that Sammy Octopus thinks about his writing while he’s doing chores?

There She is! The emerald grass swaying gently in the wind. A passing frog hopping onto a lily pad. 45 03_Chapter03 9/26/06 3:37 PM Page 46 CHAPTER 3: ROUGH DRAFT WRITING AND REVISING I skip through the park. Stop, smile. There She is! A green-shelled turtle on a log, sunbathing. A largemouth bass jumping like a circus acrobat. I skip home. Stop, smile. Thinking of her gifts. The poet of “Princess Green” uses carefully chosen words and details, rather than rhyme, to create word pictures for readers.

Writing is painless. If you decide to write a rough draft of your ideas, you are free to focus on your message (what you are trying to say). Later, during revising, you can decide on the best way to get your message across. Then, if you’re still not happy with what you’ve written, you can go back and forth between drafting and revising until your writing says just what you want it to say. Writing is painless. As we’ve seen in this chapter, a beginning draft of a poem might not sound like anything special.

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