Our Evan-Moor Daily 6-Trait Writing Workbook for Grade 6 will help your students develop important writing skills that will benefit them in all aspects of learning. Our well-organized workbook covers the six traits of effective writing, including developing ideas, organization, word choice, sentence fluency and voice. Within each of the five main topics, your students will work on 25 individual lessons that further develop each trait-based writing skill. The writing activities only require 10 to 15 minutes per day, delivering important writing practice in a fun and focused approach.

Product Features

  • Sold as an Each
  • Features 25 weekly units which provides trait-based writing activities that cover the essential traits of strong writing
  • An easy to use book that offers you the flexibility to teach weekly units in consecutive order or to pick and choose lessons to meet student needs
  • The 6 traits are namely ideas, organization, word choice, sentence fluency, voice and conventions
  • Each weekly unit includes a teacher lesson plan, 4 reproducible student pages and writing prompts

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  1. NHJulie

    Very quick lessons I bought this for my fifth grade homeschooled son who hates to write. The lessons are very fast, so we end up doing a week’s worth of lessons in one day, and just write a paragraph using the lesson topic for the rest of the week. It’s not ideal, but my son is happier that he’s not sitting and writing for hours on end, and I’m happier that he’s actually writing.The lessons are so quick that if you did one lesson a day, you’d be done in literally 5 minutes. That’s not bad if it’s what…

  2. Amazon Customer

    Great supplementary book This book is set-up as the primary source to teach writing using the 6-writing traits. Each trait has a dedicated week and day (i.e. “voice” is taught in Week 2 with a different assignment for each day of the week and labeled as such Week 2 Day 1, 2, etc.) Most of the assignments are relevant and my students understand them, as they are written clearly and concisely.I teach 7th grade in a “at-risk” Title I school, with a high refugee population, in a city that doesn’t value…

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