Saturday, February 25, 2012

Letter formation matters so students can take notes independently and so others can read what the student has written! This fact is especially true for students with fine motor disabilities and for students who have letter formation difficulties.

Unfortunately, very little time is spent teaching penmanship these days.

This book is meant as a tracing activity center for students to practice writing techniques daily or when they have finished early and you need something to keep them busy while other complete their work.

Directions: Laminate each page. Students trace each letter with a dry erase marker. Students place their marker on the dot and follow the black arrows. Students then trace the red and blue arrows.

(Follow the female figure first then the male...ladies first, is the rule :)

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