You know what one of my hands down fave things to see is?
The light in my kids’ eyes when they learn something new or are able to do something new independently for the very first time. There’s nothing like it and I’m all about helping to create those moments for my children. That’s where the idea for these handwriting pages came from and after watching Reagan complete the first few, I know I’m on the right track with helping her grow and learn. Today I’m thrilled to be back sharing Handwriting Practice Pages: F through J!
If you haven’t already downloaded the first set of handwriting practice pages, you’ll want to get on that. Each practice page is designed to progressively transition your kidlet from tracing each letter to being able to write them solo. If this is their first go at writing their letters, don’t expect perfection after one try. It might take multiple tries to get their letters formed correctly and legibly. Don’t stress and keep the learning fun!
So now that we’re nearly half way through the handwriting practice pages, I’ve started to think about what’s coming next. I’m thinking patterning, numbers, and beginning addition pages coming next; do you have any requests?
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