Process-based lessons to introduce and review sentence structure, paragraphs, narratives, and essays! Writing Adventures kid-friendly workbooks are filled with pages of activities to help build writing skills. From the basic sentence to more complex sentences, to paragraphs and creative stories, to expository (informative) paragraphs and essays.
Create! Press Games teach the Process of learning – not just content!
Our step-by-step games teach the process of writing sentences, narratives, and essays. When students grasped HOW to learn, their attitude about school and themselves improves exponentially. Create! Press games help students visualize, conceptualize, store, and retrieve concepts and events with ease. And, yes, fun is included in every box!
The Board Game that puts the Fun into Teaching Writing Create-A-Story™ is the first board game to make story writing kid’s play. Travel through time,...View full product details
Explore grammar basics and sentence structure with the Language & Sentences pack. The lessons begin with simple sentence structure and progress to complex sentence structure....View full product details
Follow our unique deconstruction/construction process to unlock the structure of expository paragraphs! The Writing Adventures® process is applied to each expository structure: informative, operational, persuasive,...View full product details
Discover creative writing with our process-based lessons and board game. These unique lessons explore the elements of a narrative and include our Writing Adventures® deconstruction/construction...View full product details
Travel through the essay process with this comprehensive set of lessons and games! Following our Writing Adventures® deconstruction/construction process, students uncover the purpose of paragraphs...View full product details
When I use my Writing Adventures lessons and outlines it’s easier to write paragraphs. It’s also easier to write answers to questions on tests and assignments.
— Emma | 6th Grade | Homeschool
I use the games as independent Language Arts stations. My students peer edit sentences. For my English Language Learners, I am seeing this writing and speaking skills improve.
— Patricia | 3rd Grade Teacher | California
What I especially like is that I can use it for students that need comprehension and oral and written expression; I can cover all those bases with one program.
— Jill Stowell | The Stowell Learning Center