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My Writing Experience - Nursery

MWE is the Writing textbook for pre-school which features online activities, and handwriting demo lessons to supplement learning

•A textbook that teaches pre-schoolers to write manuscript alphabet to enhance letter recognition.

•Positions writing as an essential element of a complete literacy program

•Molds pre-schoolers to become independent and fluent in writing manuscript and cursive letters

•Uses the Zaner-Bloser method by using the Zaner-Bloser font family

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    • MY WRITING EXPERIENCE (NURSERY)
    • My Writing ExperienceNursery TextbookPhilippine Copyright 2010 by DIWA LEARNING SYSTEMS INCAll rights reserved. Printed in the PhilippinesEditorial, design, and layout by University Press of First AsiaNo part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means electronicor mechanical, including photocopying, recording, or any information storage and retrieval systems,without permission in writing from the copyright owner. Exclusively distributed by DIWA LEARNING SYSTEMS INC 4/F SEDCCO 1 Bldg. 120 Thailand corner Legazpi Streets Legaspi Village, 1229 Makati City, Philippines Tel. No.: (632) 893-8501 * Fax: (632) 817-8700 ISBN 978-971-46-0151-2The Editorial BoardAuthorGennievie R. Ada holds a master’s degree in Childhood Education from Miriam College.She obtained her bachelor’s degrees in Psychology and Business Management from the De LaSalle University in Manila. She worked as a preschool teacher at Miriam College Child StudyCenter for five years and taught at the College of Education of Miriam College.Consultant-ReviewerMona R. Alagar holds a master’s degree in Pre-Elementary Education from St. Joseph’sCollege in Quezon City and a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from St. Paul Collegein Quezon City. She is currently the preschool area coordinator and a college instructor atSt. Pedro Poveda College.
    • TO THE LEARNER My Writing Experience will help you discoverhow fascinating it is to work with basic lines andshapes. Mastering this skill will allow you to formletters and words that will guide you as you goalong. The activities in this book are easy andfun that you will look forward to working on therest of the pages! Remember, your teachers andparents are also there to guide you as go througheach activity. The Author
    • TO THE TEACHER My Writing Experience has been designed toprepare your pupils to master the basic writingskills beginning with lines and shapes. Thispractice will enable your pupils to understandthe formulation of letters starting with basicstrokes in writing. The activities have beenprepared in such a way that the children will findit challenging and fun to do while learning takesplace with ease. Some identified activities come with Dear Parents. This is a vital part in the developmentof your pupils. Assistance from their parents andan assurance of what they are doing is right willboost their interest to learn more. So, as educators, let us make each activitya memorable experience for our pupils and letthem know that learning is indeed fun! The Author
    • TABLE OF CONTENTSUnit 1 Happy to Be Me! ................... 1Lesson 1 Name Writing....................................... 2Lesson 2 Free Drawing ........................................ 3Lesson 3 Coloring .................................................. 6Lesson 4 Tracing ..................................................21Lesson 5 Connecting Dots................................. 30Lesson 6 Drawing ................................................ 35Unit 2 A Home I Love ................... 45 .Lesson 1 Straight Lines ................................... 46Lesson 2 Diagonal Lines .................................... 59Lesson 3 Crooked Lines ..................................... 66Lesson 4 Letters with Straight Lines ........... 70Lesson 5 Letters with Diagonal Lines ............ 85Lesson 6 Letters with Straight and Diagonal Lines ........................... 100
    • Unit 3 A Fun Community to Live In .....115Lesson 1 Curved Lines ......................................116Lesson 2 Letters with Curved Lines ............ 134Lesson 3 Letters with Straight, Diagonal, and Curved Lines ............................. 142Unit 4 Animals and Plants around Me ...207Lesson 1 Writing Three-letter Words .......208Lesson 2 Writing Numerals............................ 219Lesson 3 Name Writing................................... 231
    • 1Happy to Be Me!
    • LESSON 1 Name Writing Write your name on the lines.My name is Dear Parents, It is not necessary that your child write his or her complete name at this point. If he or she is having difficulty, you may guide his or her hands. Your child may also be asked to write his or her first name only. Remember, he or she is just beginning to write so do not focus on how neat and legible the handwriting is. Just praise him or her for trying to write his or her name. 2 My Writing Experience–Nursery
    • LESSON 2 Free Drawing I Can Draw Draw anything you like in the empty space.Dear Parents, Free drawing allows your child to draw anything that he or she likes. This activity will help you assess hisor her fine motor ability. If the figures are not yet recognizable, never tell this to your child nor ask what he orshe is drawing. You may describe his or her work by identifying the shapes and lines that you see. Praise hisor her work. Happy to Be Me! 3
    • Draw anything you like in the empty space. My Writing Experience–Nursery
    • Draw anything you like in the empty space. Happy to Be Me! 
    • LESSON 3 Coloring I Am __________ Years Old Color the flowers and icing on your birthday cake.Dear Parents, Hold your child’s hand as you write together his or her age on the blank above. You may draw candleson the cake corresponding to your child’s age which he or she can also color.6 My Writing Experience–Nursery
    • My Birthday Party Color the party hats. Use different colors.Dear Parents, Young children find coloring activities enjoyable. Encourage your child to use different colors. This willhelp boost his or her creativity. Happy to Be Me! 
    • Color the balloons. Use different colors. My Writing Experience–Nursery
    • Color the gifts. Use different colors. Happy to Be Me! 
    • This Is My Body Are you a boy or a girl? Color the correct picture.Dear Parents, This lesson will allow your child to understand his or her body while doing different exercises. Guideyour child in performing these exercises.10 My Writing Experience–Nursery
    • I Have EyesYour eyes make you see things. Color theeyes below. Happy to Be Me! 11
    • I Can See Colors Color the paint drops on the palette. Use your red, blue, and yellow crayons.Dear Parents, Ask your child to name the different colors that he or she sees.12 My Writing Experience–Nursery
    • I Have a NoseYour nose makes you smell objects.Encircle the nose. Happy to Be Me! 13
    • I Can Smell Flowers Color the flowers. Use your violet, orange, and pink crayons.Dear Parents, Provide your child with things that have different scents. You may ask your child to identify which thingshave pleasant and unpleasant smell.1 My Writing Experience–Nursery
    • I Have a TongueYour tongue helps you taste food. Colorthe tongue. Happy to Be Me! 1
    • I Can Taste Food Color the food that you like.Dear Parents, Expose your child to sweet, sour, salty, and bitter food. Ask him or her which taste he or she likes best.You may also ask about the taste of your child’s favorite food.16 My Writing Experience–Nursery
    • I Have EarsThe ears make you hear sounds. Draw aline ( _____ ) below the ears. Happy to Be Me! 1
    • I Can Hear Sounds Color the objects that produce sounds.Dear Parents, Explore different sounds with your child using musical instruments or simple things found at home. Youmay also ask your child to differentiate between loud and soft sounds.1 My Writing Experience–Nursery
    • I Have HandsYour hands help you touch, hold, push, andpull objects. Color the hands. Happy to Be Me! 1
    • I Can Feel Hard and Soft Objects Your hands help you know soft and hardobjects. Circle the soft objects. Draw a line on the hard objects. Dear Parents, Go around the house with your child and identify which objects are hard and soft. You may also introduce concepts of rough, smooth, hot, and cold by letting your child touch different objects. 20 My Writing Experience–Nursery