Here is the website with the information on the program. This is actually a seminar with 8 or 9 lecture DVDs. Let me tell you...I was very worried when I started the first DVD. It sounded like a snorefest, but Mr. Pudewa is quite entertaining. Very funny in fact. (Sorry the picture is terrible!)
This is the little board Kui uses for her checklist. I told her that she would soon have too many to fit on that board, but she insists on using it! Live and learn. Oh and pick your battles.
I gave her a binder to help keep her stories, rough drafts, and final drafts together. I even put fancy little dividers with tabs. She was very excited.
This is one of the types of books you can use. I chose U.S. History so that she is actually learning something while she is writing. Hey, to be honest, I am learning all over again. I sometimes wonder how I even graduated!
We also have this one which incorporates funny stories like tall tales, fables, etc.
Just another example of something to use where the child learns as she writes. This has stories incorporating some form of Geography.
We had an old bulletin board lying around so I used this to put her current rules and reminders. I will switch them out to match the units we are working on. This is such a helpful tool. I have it right above the table where she does her work. Then she can see it when she is doing other subjects as well, or just simply daydreaming! Maybe it will slowly absorb and now that Bubs is reading, he even looks at it. Btw...I will be starting him on Unit I soon.