Another day, another set of free handwriting pages! No one’s complaining, right?
Before we dig into this installment of practice pages, I did want to say that these aren’t the end-all-be-all of ways to get your kidlets to have legible handwriting. Get out and have them play, work on fine motor skills, and complete hands-on activities that will reinforce the skills they’re learning. It’ll create a well-rounded education that you’ll all benefit from!
As a reminder, each sheet covers both the capital and lower case version of each letter with a short letter identification activity at the bottom. Have your child trace the letters on the page and independently write their letters in the blank spaces. Really try to implement proper pencil grip when working on these too!
These handwriting practice pages have been quite the labor of love, but I’ve loved creating them for y’all. So much so, in fact, that after the final set of letter pages coming next week, I’ve also created practice pages for numerals 0 through 10 also!
If you’ve enjoyed this set of handwriting practice pages, you’ll adore the others in the set:
Pretty please keep things honest and fair and do not sell, copy, or redistribute these prints in any manner. I love being able to offer these prints to you for free and I’d hate to have to change that!
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