Teach your children with confidence!
You can confidently teach your child as we equip you with weekly overviews, word-for-word instruction scripts and rubrics to ensure your child is grasping concepts. Your Instructor’s Guide includes the following resources for teaching?Language Arts 1:
A 36-Week, 4-Day?schedule designed to save one day a week for co-ops, music lessons, sports, field trips or other extra-curricular activities
Student Activity Sheets
Separate parent instructions, answers & definitions
Rubrics to help you evaluate more subjective activities
Instructor’s Guide Resources and New User Information
And much more!
Your children will love learning language arts naturally…
With BookShark’s?Language Arts program, your students will enjoy learning with the “natural method.” They will learn good writing from good models, just the way many great writers (such as Benjamin Franklin) taught themselves. Daily experience and practice are the keys to this well-paced schedule of connected writing activities. As your students progress through Levels A-F they advance from basic writing to analysis, while reinforcing what they learn from the books you read together.
Customize?tab provides an option to purchase the Level 1 Readers:?
Put Me in the Zoo
One Fish, Two Fish…
The Cat in the Hat
Green Eggs and Ham
A Big Ball of String
The Best Trick
The Bravest Dog Ever: The True Story of Balto
I Can Read It! Book 1
I Can Read It! Book 2
I Can Read It! Book 3
I Can Read It! Word Lists
The following OPTIONAL supplements are scheduled in the guide but not required.
Explode the Code 1, 2, 3
Handwriting Without Tears 1: My Priting Book
If you are unsure which reading level is right for your child please check out our Quick Reading Assessment.
Since our Readers are integrated with our Language Arts program, we recommend that you choose the same level of Language Arts as Readers. Please note that many young students read at a higher level than their written Language Arts ability. We recommend choosing the lower level of the two until their abilities catch up. You may also look through the Scope & Sequence and the 3-Week Samples for our Language Arts Instructor’s Guides before you make a final decision on which level to choose. Feel free to use the assignments in the 3-week samples as a way to evaluate which Language Arts level matches your student’s skills.