MAKING SENSE OF TEACHING WRITING

Are you new to IEW? Do you need confidence in your language arts program? Teaching writing well is not only possible, it can be enjoyable! Come on October 16 at 8:30pm EST and learn about an effective and easy-to-use approach for the very reluctant child as well as the natural writer. Using models, checklists, and a clear pathway for EZ+1 skill progression, the Structure and Style® composition program is guaranteed to instill confidence and build competence in students of all ages and aptitude

Attendee slots are limited; register for free at our affiliate link in The Homeschool New York Minute! You will receive an email with details on how to join the webinar prior to the event start time. Don’t miss this live virtual event!

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Membership in LEAH is through a local chapter. A LEAH Chapter typically provides opportunities to meet with experienced home educators, field trips, athletic activities, and various other events.

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