I use this with other Language Arts based information to home-school my child. I've purchased a few different workbooks from a few different companies and I think that Scholastic has a simpler format and layout...which makes it easier to introduce new information...makes learning new ideas more accessible...especially to a younger cutie pie... I plan on continuing with this company as my child moves up the grade ladder...
Though this workbook is rather thin, it does have a lot of nice content in it. Some of it is a bit of overkill (rewrite 5+/- sentences with proper capitalization and punctuation on one sheet) in my view for a 6 year old, but I am well pleased with it overall.
Workbook was written by someone competent!2014/4/25
Inside the first page of this workbook, it is noted that it was "written by Lisa Molengraft". You can tell one fabulous person selected the exercises. It is a balance of detail work that is kind of boring but necessary, like rewriting sentences with capital letters, as well as creative work writing what came next. Each page actually has pretty fun topics to write about. This was written by 1 person, who deserves their name on the cover for all to see, who took pride in their work. I highly recommend the Scholastic Success with Writing series. Skip the Scholastic Grammar ones.
Great for use with students with writing difficulties. I use these with my high school students who are autistic and struggle with reading and writing. They are a great addition to my collection of materials to use in order to help my students.
This is a great tool if you are using it for some summer learning or a supplement for homeschooling. Both my boys enjoy the book and like that they can choose to color it or not...