Handwriting

Below I have uploaded the handwriting tools I created. I have designed these to help children’s muscles memorize direction long before they ever start to form letters. I hope you enjoy using these with your own children and that they will have fun playing to learn.

Print the pages and place in page protectors in a three-ring binder. Your child can trace the shapes and letters with their finger, and later with a dry-erase marker.

Cut out the tracing shapes. If you have a laminator, that will help them to keep their shape after many uses. If you don’t have one, placing the shapes in contact paper or two pieces of packing tape back to back will also make them sturdier. Let your child hold the tracing shapes to move along the shapes and letters. Later, you can tape them onto a dry-erase marker as your child practices writing.

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