It is important that we keep the learning going throughout the holiday season. We can make sure that the learning is as much fun for our children as possible, though! Today I want to help you with handwriting for both your younger and older children!
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Today I have some fun handwriting practice pages that feature the scene from the Nativity. I am offering it in both manuscript and cursive so you can use it with younger and older children alike.
Each page has one letter with the lined instructions on how to make the letter properly, followed by guided practice below. You will find that it is easy for you to print of the page(s) you need separately or print the entire book off and have your children practice the entire alphabet. These are great for the beginning writer who has just learned to form their letters or the more advanced writer who needs practice with space and formation. The cursive set is great for building confidence with the letters as they go along. Each set is organized from A-Z but can be arranged and taught however you choose after printing. Have fun with it!
I have also included numbers 0-9 to be practiced as well.
I pray this is fun and easy for both you and your children this holiday season!
Choose from the manuscript or cursive books below by clicking on their image. Feel free to grab up both!
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