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Children who master handwriting are better, more creative writers. The earlier we teach children to master handwriting, the more likely they are to succeed in school, and write with speed and ease in all subjects. We use fun, engaging, and developmentally appropriate instructional methods to enable children to master handwriting as an automatic and comfortable skill.
By playing, singing, and building letters, transitional kindergarten and kindergarten students develop the important skills they need to print words, sentences, and paragraphs. You will teach grip, letter and number recognition, and capital and number formation.
Children learn to print using hands-on materials and developmentally appropriate activities. In grades 1–2, students progress to printing mastery with lessons that focus on functional writing practice.
Our simple cursive style helps children transition easily from print. Using the same multisensory techniques, the cursive program begins in third grade when children have better developed hand-eye coordination.
Grade Level and Focus
Pre-K students or those working at that level. Focus: Writing and School Readiness
Transitional K students or those working at that level. Focus: Writing Readiness, Print
Kindergarten students or those working at that level. Focus: Writing Readiness, Print
First grade students or those working at that level. Focus: Print
Second grade students or those working at that level. Focus: Print
Children learn joyfully with the multisensory readiness activities in My First School Book. Children of different abilities develop and practice crucial readiness and pre-writing skills.
The newest addition to our workbooks, Kick Start Kindergarten bridges pre-K and kindergarten by introducing capital and lowercase letter formation for transitional kindergarten students.
Activities form good handwriting habits and develop strong writers.Includes large, step-by-step models for finger tracing, spacing, and lefty-friendly pages.
Students practice the correct use of lowercase letters in words and sentences in this current edition of My Printing Book. Includes cross-curricular lessons with practice pages for writing on different styles of lines.
Students master printing with advanced paragraphs, poems, and language arts activities. Features practice pages for advanced printing on a single line.
Color, number, and shapes; Crayon and pencil grip; Social-emotional activities for school readiness
Capitals and lowercase letter formations; Fine motor skill-building
Capitals, lowercase letters, and numbers; Proper spacing of letters; Letter size and placement; Learn & Check helps students check their letter, word, and sentence skills
Correct use of lowercase letters in words and sentences; Handwriting and language arts lessons; Line generalization
Handwriting instruction with punctuation, paragraph, poem; Language arts activities; Practice includes writing on single lines; Learn & Check helps teachers and students check letter, word, and sentence skills
Child-friendly language makes letter and number formation easy
Unique gray crayon stroke disappears when children trace over it
Social-emotional activities for school readiness
Color, number, and shape lessons develop crayon and pencil grip
Works with a 9-month or year round calendar