Many teachers feel the most difficult part of achieving total literacy is grammar. That is why master Montessori storyteller Michael Dorer developed this storytelling approach to teaching basic grammar. Combining Montessori theory and practice, Dorer uses the Montessori grammar symbols to tell their own stories.
Teachers, children, and parents love this innovative combination of grammar and storytelling because it works. Some teachers have even said that by using this method, they finally understand grammar for the first time.
The introductory material answers questions like “why tell stories?” and how to tell a story. Featuring more than 50 imaginative and entertaining stories, this book is sure to become a well-worn treasure in your literacy toolbox. Paperback, 280 pages.