Draw Write Now Curriculum Review

Draw Write Now is a program that teaches drawing and writing simultaneously.

Each lesson contains step-by-step drawing instructions, as well as a chance for the student to finish their drawing using their own creativity. After drawing, children are given the chance to copy a sentence related to the drawing. This helps solidify letter formation and sentence structure.

There are eight books in this series. In addition to teaching writing and drawing, each book is a unit study, covering history, natural science, social studies, and geography. The books can be used independently or as a guided or family activity.

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We used levels 1-8 of Draw Write Now from August 2008-June 2009. Likes: My favorite thing about this program is the storage case! All 8 books come in …

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We used various levels of Draw Write Now for basic drawing and handwriting from 2007 to present, and we plan to continue using in the future. Likes: …

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We used Draw Write Now, Book 3. Likes: This has been a fun book to use. My daughter enjoyed drawing the pictures and writing the sentences that go along …

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