We begin with a drawing.

The subject is drawn (a tiger), then the child completes the picture using their own creative ideas and techniques (tall grass blowing in the wind)—they draw their world. See children's drawings.

SEE THEIR ART - See the children's artwork and writing.

SEE THEIR ART - See the children's artwork and writing.

Then, write...

We introduce letter formation and basic sentence structure, or focus on carefully practicing and developing handwriting skills. Our lessons are flexible; some use the drawing as a prompt to strengthen other language art skills: composition, creative writing, grammar and speech.

 
HANDWRITING: Simple, practical ways to teach handwriting.

HANDWRITING: Simple, practical ways to teach handwriting.

 

...while learning about the world.

The lessons in our books, Draw Write Now, Books 1-8, are grouped into themes (unit studies) which introduce history, science, social studies and geography. The themes are broad and appear simple, but are actually quite full and can spark an interest and further study.

SEE OUR BOOKS: Draw-Write-Now

SEE OUR BOOKS: Draw-Write-Now

ABOUT US - Authors of Draw-Write-Now.

ABOUT US - Authors of Draw-Write-Now.