"A Trip to the Zoo" A-Z Manuscript Penmanship

Children Love A Trip to the Zoo!

Your child will love copying text about favorite zoo animals and other zoo features in this manuscript copy-work book, with an average of about 30 words per page.

Here’s what you get in this book:

  • 4 zoo-animal mazes to help your young child develop writing readiness
  • 3 alphabet practice pages to help your child learn and practice the individual lower-case and upper-case letters
  • 26 illustrated copy-work pages, A to Z, with a different zoo animal or feature for each letter of the alphabet to give your child practice in writing all of the letters in a sentence context, with special emphasis on that letter of the alphabet in the text
  • 27 simple, good-quality zoo-animal coloring pages to use as Art and/or as reward pages for a job well done and/or as part of a notebook for a unit study on animals or zoos

This book makes great printing practice for first through third grades. It is also great handwriting practice for older kids (grades 4-6) who are computer spoiled and need to spruce up their printing ability. After all, adults fill out forms all the time in printing by hand. So if your older child is losing his printing skills, or could use work on neatness, this book is also great for your family.

Buy this book once, and you can use it for any member of your immediate household indefinitely. That means you can use it for both a younger child who has just learned to print and for an older child who needs more practice in neatness.

Please note: This book is also available in slant print (transitional to cursive) writing: “A Trip to the Zoo” Slant Print Penmanship.

The professional handwriting font set used in our penmanship books is used by public schools across the U.S. This book is reproducible for all students living in the same home as the book’s purchaser.

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Created: Aug 13, 2019


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