In order to develop linguistic and expressive skills in children, there need to be a variety of exercises to engage the child and help nurture the required skills. Teaching reading, vocabulary and grammar, as many curriculums do, is not enough to develop writing abilities, so additional exercises are needed to cultivate the skill of expressive writing in students. These books set out to do just that, using a large number of exercises to develop the skills of writing and composition in children in the primary levels.
The books contain pictured exercises on writing and composition; children can sort words in sentences or write about picture stories, they can fill in the blanks with the suitable words, or they can rearrange sentences to make paragraphs. Exercises are arranged in three stages over three different books, all with colorful images to attract children.
This three-book series contains varied and progressive exercises to teach guided- and free-composition, as well as functional writing so students can communicate with others in their daily lives. Some of the writing exercises the series focused on:
Arranging words to make sentences
Arranging sentences to write a story
Connecting clauses with matching images
Filling in the blanks in a story or text
Describing images and commenting on them
Writing a story using images and helping words
Filling in forms and applications with appropriate information
Writing paragraphs and using punctuation marks
Writing memos for personal correspondence
Practicing congratulating messages for different occasions
Writing diary entries
Writing open compositions on various subjects and occasions