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  1. Hi, Thank you for your reply. Please do let me know if you’d be willing to sell a copy of Treasured Conversations as a one off sale. I really would be interested, I’ve read such wonderful things about it. I’m assuming it’s a PDF download. xxx
  2. Thanks for the replies everyone. I’ll relax now. Xx
  3. Anyone? I keep hearing so many wonderful things about it. I’d love to get a copy for myself. xx
  4. Thanks for all the messages. I actually skipped a few weeks ahead to the end of WWE 3. It was becoming very tiresome. Nothing exciting or new you know, just the same pattern....don’t get me wrong it’s been great at training his memory and attention to detail in copywork and ‘hearing’ the correct grammar punctuation in dictations, but we’re (maybe more me) bored now. We’re definitely going to look at Killgallon and maybe W&R. I keep hearing about treasured conversations but I don’t seem to be able to get hold of it, which is a real shame.
  5. Hi all, any tips on how to get my 9 year old to stop writing as though he’s speaking? We’re using FLL 3 and WWE 3. He’s exposed to lots of great literature and does enjoy writing but mainly in an informal way. When he’s asked to answer a question in writing it ends up feeling quite informal and he uses words that really aren’t appropriate when writing formally. Thanks x
  6. I’m so glad I posted his work. Thank you all so much for you replies. This really puts my mind at ease.
  7. Great, thank you. I definitely intend on finishing WWE3. We’re only on week 13 of WWE3 so I’ll either combine it with Killgallon sentence composing or W&R. He’s independently writing his own stories now so I really feel like he’d benefit from some guidance on sentence composing and paragraphs. Xx
  8. I keep reading about W&R, did you go straight into it after WWE3? I’ll definitely have a look at it. X
  9. Really?! Do you think?! I’ve been so worried as WWE is really a trust the process program and at times I’ve found that hard. He doesn’t seem to mind the corrections but now you say it, maybe I’ll just do as you said and make a mental note. Thanks for your reply. Xx
  10. Hope it goes well 😊. I think I’ll probably end up buying it. Do you think I should wait until we finish WWE3 or is it something that we could do along side WWE?
  11. Oh that’s good to know, have you found Killgallon helpful?
  12. Thank you, I’ll have a look at it. X
  13. Hi, my son is 8.5yrs old (3rd Grade). He’s been independently writing a story over the past few days but I have no idea as to whether this is acceptable for his age. I think it’s great but I’m his mother. There are spelling and grammar mistakes but what do you think? Sometimes he’s written ‘my’ for ‘me’ but I think this was down to him rushing to get his thoughts out. He’s written about 5 pages so far There are no paragraphs as I haven’t taught that yet. He’s WWE 3 and FLL3. Sorry the pictures aren’t the best quality.
  14. Hi, my 8.5 year old (3rd grader) is currently on work 13 of WWE 3. I’m starting to think ahead as to what he should do next. I know there is WWE 4 but I read that this isn’t necessary, but he’s no where near ready for WWS either. Is WWE4 worth it? If im honest I’m a bit sick of WWE now, it’s a little dry and I’d like him to be taught how to write proper sentences. I can see he has learnt a lot already but I was looking at Killgallon’s Sentence Composing For Elementary School and considering this. Thoughts? I also noticed that they have a book on paragraph writing as well and a few other
  15. My 8 year old son is on week 10 of WWE 2, he never complains about doing it, he loves the story passages, answers the narration questions quite well and is starting to get the hang of summarising in a few sentences. However, I do find that this is the only time he will put pencil to paper. The only time he will write something is when we're doing our science note booking, and even then its one sentence and it just seems really laboursome for him, like he really has no interest in writing his thoughts down. Where we live, school aged children are learning how to organise paragraphs and,
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