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“All Razzle Dazzle Learning Company materials are designed to help students learn and work independently to a greater degree than most composition skills resources.”
— Cathy Duffy, author of 100 Top Picks for Homeschool Curriculum.
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“Love the Daily Dazzle materials! I have used them for years now and there is nothing better for language arts. This year I purchased the writing materials, Creative Writing, Expository Writing, and The Book on How to Really Teach Writing and they are just as amazing. I will not teach without them!”
— Jackie Knupp Johnson, Alaska State Teacher of the Year, 2010

Independent Learning in Language Arts

Razzle Dazzle Learning Co. materials make teaching language arts and writing as productive, interesting, and stress free as possible.

All of the materials are student directed so children learn to be independent learners. When students are independent learners the teachers/parents have more time to focus on facilitating, rather than on teaching language arts and writing. Students feel empowered and become more successful, while the parent/instructor becomes a guide, coach and cheerleader.

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Here’s a time filler Teaching Trick from Dazzle

For Friday or any day that you run out of things to do and still have some time left before class ends.  I used sparingly, usually once or twice a month, and my students begged to do it.  I did have to lay some strict ground rules and if a student broke them, especially “Always write something nice!” I stopped the entire class from doing it until I felt they were ready to follow the rules.  I only had one student write something inappropriate and I withheld the note writing privilege for a couple of weeks.  The word got around to my other classes and it never happened again.Slide2

Students should NOT make any noise as they write their notes and then tiptoe around the room, dropping notes on their recipients desks.  SO PLAY SOFT MUSIC IN THE BACKGROUND, SIT BACK, AND ENJOY THE QUIET TIME.  THE STUDENTS WILL LOVE IT AND SO WILL YOU.

Here is a free writing lesson that your students will enjoy.  It includes all of the rubrics for pre-writing and paragraphing, a student assessed scoring guide, and an art page.   Students will be able to brainstorm, write their rough draft in paragraphs, edit, write their final paper, and grade it all themselves.  ENJOY!

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