Do you have young children who are ready to start learning how to write letters? This ebook, with pages ready to be printed out, is an easy way to get started.
Pages begin with 1 letter + 3 large boxes to write in, then circles, and much later some lines to write on. This ebook has pages to introduce and practice all the capital letters. Writing capitals requires less fine motor coordination than writing lower-case; these work pages give a gentle introduction and progression in skill. Recommended for 4 and 5 year-olds who are just beginning to write.
There are five different sets of pages in this ebook--
The first set of pages makes up about half of this book. For these pages, the child will write large letters in three large boxes.
Pages in the first section have three boxes, and a sample letter plus a dotted letter. Young children can trace the sample letter with their finger, and write over the dotted letter. Then they write the letter in each box.
These sample and dotted letters are hand-written, to give a casual feel. This also makes the letters easy to imitate.
Pages 6 through 84 have the letters arranged according to difficulty: from simple and straight to curves and slants, with each letter repeated three times (so you can easily print all these pages out at once). Keep in mind that there will be some letters that children will need to have more practice with, so you will need to print more of the letter pages, after you see how it is going.
Pages 85 through 111 have all the letters in alphabetical order, so you can use this section to find and print out a specific letter (or to do the work pages in alphabetical order).
The second half of the book has 45 printable pages in which writing is done in circles and/or on lines,
then 20 pages with compound words such as "DRAGONFLY," with the 2 parts divided in half, then 50 pages with short phrases such as "IN THE BIG BASKET".