Learn how to write the letter A (Cursive style) and become an adventurer

Learn how to write the letter A (Cursive style) and become an adventurer

Using a concept of being an adventurer this printable handwriting worksheet allows children to follow the letter stroke guidelines whilst collecting images. Let them discover how to write the letter A/a in the cursive script and learn the direction of the letter stroke by passing images along a line of tents, compasses, postcards and planes. Age/Year Group: 4 to 7 years / Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 / Key Stage 1 Total pages: 13 (including cover). All pages are in colour but can be printed as black and white File Type: PDF These worksheets include: ★ 4 Pages of tracing, copying and writing the letter ‘A’ in capitals reducing in letter size for greater difficulty. ★ 5 Pages of tracing, copying and writing the letter ‘a’ in lower case reducing in letter size for greater difficulty. ★ To ‘become an adventurer’ the child must keep their pencil on the line and draw past the images linked to this theme ★ For extra fun every page has a specific colouring activity. This will further develop pencil control skills and it will keep those children who finish early something more to do. ★ Certificate ★ Teacher guidance notes Why choose my handwriting worksheets: Handwriting is my passion. I love to create resources that are fun, easy to use and that work! As a children’s occupational therapist my worksheets have a graded approach based on handwriting development. I use only a handwriting font that won an international award for teaching children to write. This cursive font has been recognised to help children with dyslexia. However, I know through my daily practice that it REALLY helps all children to write. Terms of Use: Copyright © Help with Handwriting. All rights reserved by author. This product is to be used by the original downloader only. Copying for more than one teacher, classroom, department, school, or school system is prohibited. This product may not be distributed or displayed digitally for public view. Clipart and elements found in this PDF are copyrighted and cannot be extracted and used outside of this file without permission or license. Intended for classroom and personal use ONLY.
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Remembrance Day themed: Cursive alphabet + number handwriting worksheets for 7 to 11 yrs, KS1 & KS2

Remembrance Day themed: Cursive alphabet + number handwriting worksheets for 7 to 11 yrs, KS1 & KS2

Needing to teach children to write clearly formed joined letters? This resource combines teaching children about Remembrance Day with letter writing practice. It uses an award-winning writing font teaching children where to start, which direction to write and where to stop. This is particularly useful for children with dyslexia, dyspraxia and for those who are slow writers. Teach children the where to start, which direction to write and where to stop for joined writing using Remembrance Day as a theme. As well as learning how to join letters each page as a mini quiz where a child must guess the word linked to Remembrance Day that they have written. This takes away the dullness of letter and number writing. I use it and I know it works It helps children in Years 3 to 6, meeting the UK curriculum needs of Key Stage 1 & 2 to develop: • Letter formations and joins • Establishing handwriting movement patterns • Starting and finishing points • The correct direction to follow Created by myself, I use occupational therapy techniques to improve a child’s writing throughout the pack by using a developmental process. You do not need to think of anything as it has been done for you! Just print out and use. There are 4 pages of worksheets. - Capital Letters - Lower case Letters (cursive script) - Numbers 0 to 9 - Maze Game Suitable for the whole class, small groups and 1 to 1 sessions.
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Remembrance Day themed: Cursive Alphabet and Numbers Handwriting for 5 to 7 years, KS1

Remembrance Day themed: Cursive Alphabet and Numbers Handwriting for 5 to 7 years, KS1

Needing to teach children to write clearly formed joined letters? This resource combines teaching children about Remembrance Day with letter writing practice. It uses an award-winning writing font teaching children where to start, which direction to write and where to stop. This is particularly useful for children with dyslexia, dyspraxia and for those who are slow writers. Teach children the where to start, which direction to write and where to stop for joined writing using Remembrance Day as a theme. As well as learning how to join letters each page as a mini quiz where a child must guess the word linked to Remembrance Day that they have written. This takes away the dullness of letter and number writing. I use it and I know it works It helps children in Reception, Years 1 to 2, meeting the UK curriculum needs of Foundation Stage, Key Stage 1 to develop: • Letter formations and joins • Establishing handwriting movement patterns • Starting and finishing points • The correct direction to follow Created by myself, I use occupational therapy techniques to improve a child’s writing throughout the pack by using a developmental process. You do not need to think of anything as it has been done for you! Just print out and use. There are 4 pages of worksheets. - Capital Letters - Lower case Letters (cursive script) - Numbers 0 to 9 - Maze Game Suitable for the whole class, small groups and 1 to 1 sessions.
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Write Vowels: Space: Cursive Handwriting Worksheets for 7 -11 years, KS1 & KS2, Yr 3 to Yr6

Write Vowels: Space: Cursive Handwriting Worksheets for 7 -11 years, KS1 & KS2, Yr 3 to Yr6

Write Vowels: Space: Cursive Handwriting Worksheets for 7 -11 years, KS1, KS2, Yr 3 to Yr6 Do you have children interested in space? Do you need to teach older children to write legible, fluent, clearly formed cursive letters? This resource combines teaching children about space with letter writing practice using ONLY THE 5 VOWEL LETTERS. To receive the whole alphabet, go to A to Z cursive writing space adventure worksheets It asks a child to: • Trace, copy and write the alphabet • Write words related to the letter being copied. For example the worksheet for the letter E asks a child to write the words earth, ESA and extra terrestrial. • Each word has an explanation next to it. For example the worksheet for the letter O has the word orbit. It explains this is the path an object takes around another. This is great for those children who have an inquisitive mind. The children think they are learning about how to become an astronaut by writing words, sentences and short stories. They are in fact… developing their cursive writing skills. It helps children in Years 3 to 6, meeting the UK curriculum needs of Key Stage 1, Lower KS 2 and Upper KS2 to develop: • How to sit when writing, hold a pencil and angle the paper • Letter formations and joins • Starting and finishing points • The correct direction to follow • The number of strokes involved to produce a letter • Size and spacing of letters It uses an award winning writing font teaching children where to start, which direction to write and where to stop. This is particularly useful for children with dyslexia, dyspraxia and for those who are slow writers. Created by myself, I use occupational therapy techniques to improve a child’s writing throughout the pack by using a developmental process. The best bit is that they have no idea how much this resource is improving their handwriting as they are interested in learning more space. I use it and I know it works. You do not need to think of anything as it has been done for you! Just print out and use. There are 14 pages of worksheets and guidance notes. IF YOU WANT THE WHOLE ALPHABET IT IS AVAILABLE AS A PAID RESOURCE A to Z cursive writing space adventure worksheets Suitable to whole class, small groups and 1 to 1 sessions.
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Remembrance Day themed: Cursive alphabet + number handwriting worksheets for 7 to 11 yrs, KS1 & KS2

Remembrance Day themed: Cursive alphabet + number handwriting worksheets for 7 to 11 yrs, KS1 & KS2

Needing to teach children to write clearly formed joined letters? This resource combines teaching children about Remembrance Day with letter writing practice. It uses an award-winning writing font teaching children where to start, which direction to write and where to stop. This is particularly useful for children with dyslexia, dyspraxia and for those who are slow writers. Teach children the where to start, which direction to write and where to stop for joined writing using Remembrance Day as a theme. As well as learning how to join letters each page as a mini quiz where a child must guess the word linked to Remembrance Day that they have written. This takes away the dullness of letter and number writing. I use it and I know it works It helps children in Years 3 to 6, meeting the UK curriculum needs of Key Stage 1 & 2 to develop: • Letter formations and joins • Establishing handwriting movement patterns • Starting and finishing points • The correct direction to follow Created by myself, I use occupational therapy techniques to improve a child’s writing throughout the pack by using a developmental process. You do not need to think of anything as it has been done for you! Just print out and use. There are 4 pages of worksheets. - Capital Letters - Lower case Letters (cursive script) - Numbers 0 to 9 - Maze Game Suitable for the whole class, small groups and 1 to 1 sessions.
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Remembrance Day themed: Cursive Alphabet and Numbers Handwriting for 5 to 7 years, KS1

Remembrance Day themed: Cursive Alphabet and Numbers Handwriting for 5 to 7 years, KS1

Needing to teach children to write clearly formed joined letters? This resource combines teaching children about Remembrance Day with letter writing practice. It uses an award-winning writing font teaching children where to start, which direction to write and where to stop. This is particularly useful for children with dyslexia, dyspraxia and for those who are slow writers. Teach children the where to start, which direction to write and where to stop for joined writing using Remembrance Day as a theme. As well as learning how to join letters each page as a mini quiz where a child must guess the word linked to Remembrance Day that they have written. This takes away the dullness of letter and number writing. I use it and I know it works It helps children in Reception, Years 1 to 2, meeting the UK curriculum needs of Foundation Stage, Key Stage 1 to develop: • Letter formations and joins • Establishing handwriting movement patterns • Starting and finishing points • The correct direction to follow Created by myself, I use occupational therapy techniques to improve a child’s writing throughout the pack by using a developmental process. You do not need to think of anything as it has been done for you! Just print out and use. There are 4 pages of worksheets. - Capital Letters - Lower case Letters (cursive script) - Numbers 0 to 9 - Maze Game Suitable for the whole class, small groups and 1 to 1 sessions.
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Early Years Halloween Handwriting Activities for Reception and Year 1

Early Years Halloween Handwriting Activities for Reception and Year 1

Discover Halloween crafts and Halloween activities for Reception and Year One kids. These printable worksheets include puzzles, colouring pages and handwriting activities. Under the guise of completing a spider web, finding ghosts, helping witches and drawing skeletons these trick or treat Halloween worksheets will improve children’s handwriting skills. They can do this because they have been created using a developmental approach to handwriting where the children continue to practice pencil control skills as well as word writing skills. These worksheets for children under the age of six years. Included you will find drawing activities where the children are asked to draw a skeleton onto a gingerbread man and help a spider weave his web by drawing pre-writing patterns. There is a maze to complete and an activity where the children write words related to Halloween onto a spiral ghost. Afterward, this ghost can be hung up for all to see. Included is a social media profile for a witch, here the children are asked to complete the witches name and other vital facts. There are 7 worksheets in total with guidance notes. - Complete a spider trail by drawing pre-writing patterns x 2 sheets - Draw a skeleton by adding bones onto a gingerbread man - Complete a maze to help the ghost find a lollipop - Track a pencil to take the spell book and cauldron to the glasses and potion bottle - Write four Halloween inspired words (12 words supplied) around a spiral, cut out and hang as a ghost trail - Name the witch, where she lives and works on a social media profile All these activities will help a child develop their handwriting skills whilst still having fun.
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Halloween Handwriting Activities for KS1, KS2 (Years 2,3,4,5,6)

Halloween Handwriting Activities for KS1, KS2 (Years 2,3,4,5,6)

Let your children’s imagination go scarily wild with these Halloween handwriting activity sheets. These worksheets are designed for children over the age of six years. Included you will find a drawing activity where the children have to draw a skeleton onto a gingerbread man. A maze game helping two ghosts find each other and a dot to dot activity. There is also a spiral ghost making game where the children are asked to write as many letters as possible around a spiral shape. They are also asked to complete a social media profile for which he wants to get onto Facebook use Facebook. Other handwriting activities include writing labels to potions drawing a storyboard and writing a story about a ghost. There are nine activities in total and all will help develop your child handwriting skills.
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Learn how to write the letter O (Cursive style) and become an office worker

Learn how to write the letter O (Cursive style) and become an office worker

Writing the letter O/o in the cursive script can be confusing to children. Use these printable handwriting worksheets to show them where to place their pencil. Extra guidance is given by capturing the child’s imagination by drawing on a line past items needed to be an office worker e.g. exercise book, mobile phone, reading glasses and a sandwich. Age/Year Group: 4 to 7 years / Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 / Key Stage 1 Total pages: 13 (including cover). All pages are in colour but can be printed as black and white File Type: PDF These worksheets include: ★ 4 Pages of tracing, copying and writing the letter ‘O’ in capitals reducing in letter size for greater difficulty. ★ 5 Pages of tracing, copying and writing the letter ‘o’ in lower case reducing in letter size for greater difficulty. ★ To ‘become an office worker’ the child must keep their pencil on the line and draw past the images linked to this theme ★ For extra fun every page has a specific colouring activity. This will further develop pencil control skills and it will keep those children who finish early something more to do. ★ Certificate ★ Teacher guidance notes Why choose my handwriting worksheets: Handwriting is my passion. I love to create resources that are fun, easy to use and that work! As a children’s occupational therapist my worksheets have a graded approach based on handwriting development. I use only a handwriting font that won an international award for teaching children to write. This cursive font has been recognised to help children with dyslexia. However, I know through my daily practice that it REALLY helps all children to write. Terms of Use: Copyright © Help with Handwriting. All rights reserved by author. This product is to be used by the original downloader only. Copying for more than one teacher, classroom, department, school, or school system is prohibited. This product may not be distributed or displayed digitally for public view. Clipart and elements found in this PDF are copyrighted and cannot be extracted and used outside of this file without permission or license. Intended for classroom and personal use ONLY.
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Learn how to write the letter Y (Cursive style) and become a yoga teacher

Learn how to write the letter Y (Cursive style) and become a yoga teacher

These printable handwriting worksheets use yoga as a them to teach writing the letter Y/y. Using the cursive script children will learn where to start and stop their pencil by drawing on the line past different yoga poses. Let them become a yoga guru with these writing sheets. Age/Year Group: 4 to 7 years / Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 / Key Stage 1 Total pages: 13 (including cover). All pages are in colour but can be printed as black and white File Type: PDF These worksheets include: ★ 4 Pages of tracing, copying and writing the letter ‘Y’ in capitals reducing in letter size for greater difficulty. ★ 5 Pages of tracing, copying and writing the letter ‘y’ in lower case reducing in letter size for greater difficulty. ★ To ‘become a yoga teacher’ the child must keep their pencil on the line and draw past the images linked to this theme ★ For extra fun every page has a specific colouring activity. This will further develop pencil control skills and it will keep those children who finish early something more to do. ★ Certificate ★ Teacher guidance notes Why choose my handwriting worksheets: Handwriting is my passion. I love to create resources that are fun, easy to use and that work! As a children’s occupational therapist my worksheets have a graded approach based on handwriting development. I use only a handwriting font that won an international award for teaching children to write. This cursive font has been recognised to help children with dyslexia. However, I know through my daily practice that it REALLY helps all children to write. Terms of Use: Copyright © Help with Handwriting. All rights reserved by author. This product is to be used by the original downloader only. Copying for more than one teacher, classroom, department, school, or school system is prohibited. This product may not be distributed or displayed digitally for public view. Clipart and elements found in this PDF are copyrighted and cannot be extracted and used outside of this file without permission or license. Intended for classroom and personal use ONLY.
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Learn how to write the letter F (Printed style) and become a farmer

Learn how to write the letter F (Printed style) and become a farmer

Make handwriting fun by using these printable worksheets on how to write the letter F/f. Using the printed script, the child is guided on where to place their pencil along a line by drawing past images of a dog, rabbit, mouse, cow whilst becoming a farmer. Age/Year Group: 4 to 7 years / Reception and Key Stage 1 Total pages: 13 (including cover). All pages are in colour but can be printed as black and white File Type: PDF These worksheets include: ★ Only the PRINTED handwriting script ★ 4 Pages of tracing, copying and writing the letter ‘F’ in capitals reducing in letter size for greater difficulty. ★ 5 Pages of tracing, copying and writing the letter ‘f’ in lower case reducing in letter size for greater difficulty. ★ To ‘become a farmer’ the child must keep their pencil on the line and draw past the images linked to this theme ★ For extra fun every page has a specific colouring activity. This will further help pencil control skills and it is great for those that finish early. ★ Certificate ★ Teacher guidance notes Why choose my handwriting worksheets: Handwriting is my passion. I love to create resources that are fun, easy to use and that work! As a children’s occupational therapist my worksheets have a graded approach based on handwriting development. I use only a handwriting font that won an international award for teaching children to write. Terms of Use: Copyright © Help with Handwriting. All rights reserved by author. This product is to be used by the original downloader only. Copying for more than one teacher, classroom, department, school, or school system is prohibited. This product may not be distributed or displayed digitally for public view. Clipart and elements found in this PDF are copyrighted and cannot be extracted and used outside of this file without permission or license. Intended for classroom and personal use ONLY.
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Learn how to write the letter G (Printed style) and become a gardener

Learn how to write the letter G (Printed style) and become a gardener

Handwriting can be made fun with these printable worksheets. Using the theme of becoming a gardener your pupils will be guided past images to show them where to place their pencil to write the printed script letter G/g. Let the images of raindrops, forks, plants and gnomes capture their interest and improve their handwriting. Age/Year Group: 4 to 7 years / Reception and Key Stage 1 Total pages: 13 (including cover). All pages are in colour but can be printed as black and white File Type: PDF These worksheets include: ★ Only the PRINTED handwriting script ★ 4 Pages of tracing, copying and writing the letter ‘G’ in capitals reducing in letter size for greater difficulty. ★ 5 Pages of tracing, copying and writing the letter ‘g’ in lower case reducing in letter size for greater difficulty. ★ To ‘become a gardener’ the child must keep their pencil on the line and draw past the images linked to this theme ★ For extra fun every page has a specific colouring activity. This will further help pencil control skills and it is great for those that finish early. ★ Certificate ★ Teacher guidance notes Why choose my handwriting worksheets: Handwriting is my passion. I love to create resources that are fun, easy to use and that work! As a children’s occupational therapist my worksheets have a graded approach based on handwriting development. I use only a handwriting font that won an international award for teaching children to write. Terms of Use: Copyright © Help with Handwriting. All rights reserved by author. This product is to be used by the original downloader only. Copying for more than one teacher, classroom, department, school, or school system is prohibited. This product may not be distributed or displayed digitally for public view. Clipart and elements found in this PDF are copyrighted and cannot be extracted and used outside of this file without permission or license. Intended for classroom and personal use ONLY.
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Learn how to write the letter X (Cursive style) and become an extra terrestrial

Learn how to write the letter X (Cursive style) and become an extra terrestrial

Discover how being an extra-terrestrial can help a child learn to write the letter X/x in the cursive script. These printable handwriting worksheets use the theme of extra-terrestrials to teach children where to guide their pencil to form the letter. As they learn to write this letter they will keep their pencil on the dotted line passing images of shooting stars, aliens and astronauts. Age/Year Group: 4 to 7 years / Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 / Key Stage 1 Total pages: 13 (including cover). All pages are in colour but can be printed as black and white File Type: PDF These worksheets include: ★ 4 Pages of tracing, copying and writing the letter ‘X’ in capitals reducing in letter size for greater difficulty. ★ 5 Pages of tracing, copying and writing the letter ‘x’ in lower case reducing in letter size for greater difficulty. ★ To ‘become an extra terrestrial’ the child must keep their pencil on the line and draw past the images linked to this theme ★ For extra fun every page has a specific colouring activity. This will further develop pencil control skills and it will keep those children who finish early something more to do. ★ Certificate ★ Teacher guidance notes Why choose my handwriting worksheets: Handwriting is my passion. I love to create resources that are fun, easy to use and that work! As a children’s occupational therapist my worksheets have a graded approach based on handwriting development. I use only a handwriting font that won an international award for teaching children to write. This cursive font has been recognised to help children with dyslexia. However, I know through my daily practice that it REALLY helps all children to write. Terms of Use: Copyright © Help with Handwriting. All rights reserved by author. This product is to be used by the original downloader only. Copying for more than one teacher, classroom, department, school, or school system is prohibited. This product may not be distributed or displayed digitally for public view. Clipart and elements found in this PDF are copyrighted and cannot be extracted and used outside of this file without permission or license. Intended for classroom and personal use ONLY.
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Learn how to write the letter W (Cursive style) and become a wizard

Learn how to write the letter W (Cursive style) and become a wizard

Discover how becoming a wizard can teach children how to write the letter W/w in the cursive script. These printable handwriting worksheets guide children to correctly form the letter by drawing on the line past images of frogs, crystal balls, cauldrons and wands. Age/Year Group: 4 to 7 years / Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 / Key Stage 1 Total pages: 13 (including cover). All pages are in colour but can be printed as black and white File Type: PDF These worksheets include: ★ 4 Pages of tracing, copying and writing the letter ‘W’ in capitals reducing in letter size for greater difficulty. ★ 5 Pages of tracing, copying and writing the letter ‘w’ in lower case reducing in letter size for greater difficulty. ★ To ‘become a wizard’ the child must keep their pencil on the line and draw past the images linked to this theme ★ For extra fun every page has a specific colouring activity. This will further develop pencil control skills and it will keep those children who finish early something more to do. ★ Certificate ★ Teacher guidance notes Why choose my handwriting worksheets: Handwriting is my passion. I love to create resources that are fun, easy to use and that work! As a children’s occupational therapist my worksheets have a graded approach based on handwriting development. I use only a handwriting font that won an international award for teaching children to write. This cursive font has been recognised to help children with dyslexia. However, I know through my daily practice that it REALLY helps all children to write. Terms of Use: Copyright © Help with Handwriting. All rights reserved by author. This product is to be used by the original downloader only. Copying for more than one teacher, classroom, department, school, or school system is prohibited. This product may not be distributed or displayed digitally for public view. Clipart and elements found in this PDF are copyrighted and cannot be extracted and used outside of this file without permission or license. Intended for classroom and personal use ONLY.
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Learn how to write the letter K (Cursive style) and become a king

Learn how to write the letter K (Cursive style) and become a king

Show the children you teach how to write the letter K/k in the cursive script by using these printable worksheets. This is made fun by the children needing to keep their pencil on the line to pass images of a dragon, queen, princess and castle along a dotted line in order to become a king. Age/Year Group: 4 to 7 years / Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 / Key Stage 1 Total pages: 13 (including cover). All pages are in colour but can be printed as black and white File Type: PDF These worksheets include: ★ 4 Pages of tracing, copying and writing the letter ‘K’ in capitals reducing in letter size for greater difficulty. ★ 5 Pages of tracing, copying and writing the letter ‘k’ in lower case reducing in letter size for greater difficulty. ★ To ‘become a king’ the child must keep their pencil on the line and draw past the images linked to this theme ★ For extra fun every page has a specific colouring activity. This will further develop pencil control skills and it will keep those children who finish early something more to do. ★ Certificate ★ Teacher guidance notes Why choose my handwriting worksheets: Handwriting is my passion. I love to create resources that are fun, easy to use and that work! As a children’s occupational therapist my worksheets have a graded approach based on handwriting development. I use only a handwriting font that won an international award for teaching children to write. This cursive font has been recognised to help children with dyslexia. However, I know through my daily practice that it REALLY helps all children to write. Terms of Use: Copyright © Help with Handwriting. All rights reserved by author. This product is to be used by the original downloader only. Copying for more than one teacher, classroom, department, school, or school system is prohibited. This product may not be distributed or displayed digitally for public view. Clipart and elements found in this PDF are copyrighted and cannot be extracted and used outside of this file without permission or license. Intended for classroom and personal use ONLY.
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Learn how to write the letter T (Cursive style) and become a tourist

Learn how to write the letter T (Cursive style) and become a tourist

Show your pupils how to write the letter T/t in the cursive script whilst travelling around the world. These printable handwriting worksheets teach a child the direct needed to form this letter. All they need to do is to move their pencil along a dotted line past images of postcards, passports, planes and stamps to help them write this letter. Age/Year Group: 4 to 7 years / Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 / Key Stage 1 Total pages: 13 (including cover). All pages are in colour but can be printed as black and white File Type: PDF These worksheets include: ★ 4 Pages of tracing, copying and writing the letter ‘T’ in capitals reducing in letter size for greater difficulty. ★ 5 Pages of tracing, copying and writing the letter ‘t’ in lower case reducing in letter size for greater difficulty. ★ To ‘become a tourist’ the child must keep their pencil on the line and draw past the images linked to this theme ★ For extra fun every page has a specific colouring activity. This will further develop pencil control skills and it will keep those children who finish early something more to do. ★ Certificate ★ Teacher guidance notes Why choose my handwriting worksheets: Handwriting is my passion. I love to create resources that are fun, easy to use and that work! As a children’s occupational therapist my worksheets have a graded approach based on handwriting development. I use only a handwriting font that won an international award for teaching children to write. This cursive font has been recognised to help children with dyslexia. However, I know through my daily practice that it REALLY helps all children to write. Terms of Use: Copyright © Help with Handwriting. All rights reserved by author. This product is to be used by the original downloader only. Copying for more than one teacher, classroom, department, school, or school system is prohibited. This product may not be distributed or displayed digitally for public view. Clipart and elements found in this PDF are copyrighted and cannot be extracted and used outside of this file without permission or license. Intended for classroom and personal use ONLY.
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Learn how to write the letter I (Printed style) and become an illustrator

Learn how to write the letter I (Printed style) and become an illustrator

Teach the letter I/i in the printed handwriting script by using these printable worksheets. As the child is guided on where to start and the direction needed to travel they will pass images linked to the theme of becoming an illustrator. These images of a paint brush, easel, flowers in a vase will guide them to learn the correct letter sequence. Age/Year Group: 4 to 7 years / Reception and Key Stage 1 Total pages: 13 (including cover). All pages are in colour but can be printed as black and white File Type: PDF These worksheets include: ★ Only the PRINTED handwriting script ★ 4 Pages of tracing, copying and writing the letter ‘I’ in capitals reducing in letter size for greater difficulty. ★ 5 Pages of tracing, copying and writing the letter ‘i’ in lower case reducing in letter size for greater difficulty. ★ To ‘become an illustrator’ the child must keep their pencil on the line and draw past the images linked to this theme ★ For extra fun every page has a specific colouring activity. This will further help pencil control skills and it is great for those that finish early. ★ Certificate ★ Teacher guidance notes Why choose my handwriting worksheets: Handwriting is my passion. I love to create resources that are fun, easy to use and that work! As a children’s occupational therapist my worksheets have a graded approach based on handwriting development. I use only a handwriting font that won an international award for teaching children to write. Terms of Use: Copyright © Help with Handwriting. All rights reserved by author. This product is to be used by the original downloader only. Copying for more than one teacher, classroom, department, school, or school system is prohibited. This product may not be distributed or displayed digitally for public view. Clipart and elements found in this PDF are copyrighted and cannot be extracted and used outside of this file without permission or license. Intended for classroom and personal use ONLY.
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Learn how to write the letter V (Cursive style) and become a vet

Learn how to write the letter V (Cursive style) and become a vet

Teach the letter V/v the easy way by using these printable handwriting worksheets. Every page helps a child learn how to write the letter in the cursive script by getting them to become a vet. To draw a letter, they must go in the correct direction along a dotted line past the images of pigs, chickens, horses and ducks. Age/Year Group: 4 to 7 years / Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 / Key Stage 1 Total pages: 13 (including cover). All pages are in colour but can be printed as black and white File Type: PDF These worksheets include: ★ 4 Pages of tracing, copying and writing the letter ‘V’ in capitals reducing in letter size for greater difficulty. ★ 5 Pages of tracing, copying and writing the letter ‘v’ in lower case reducing in letter size for greater difficulty. ★ To ‘become a vet’ the child must keep their pencil on the line and draw past the images linked to this theme ★ For extra fun every page has a specific colouring activity. This will further develop pencil control skills and it will keep those children who finish early something more to do. ★ Certificate ★ Teacher guidance notes Why choose my handwriting worksheets: Handwriting is my passion. I love to create resources that are fun, easy to use and that work! As a children’s occupational therapist my worksheets have a graded approach based on handwriting development. I use only a handwriting font that won an international award for teaching children to write. This cursive font has been recognised to help children with dyslexia. However, I know through my daily practice that it REALLY helps all children to write. Terms of Use: Copyright © Help with Handwriting. All rights reserved by author. This product is to be used by the original downloader only. Copying for more than one teacher, classroom, department, school, or school system is prohibited. This product may not be distributed or displayed digitally for public view. Clipart and elements found in this PDF are copyrighted and cannot be extracted and used outside of this file without permission or license. Intended for classroom and personal use ONLY.
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Learn how to write the letter J (Cursive style) and become a jeweller

Learn how to write the letter J (Cursive style) and become a jeweller

The key to legible writing is to be able to teach it in a way that captures a child’s imagination. Use these printable handwriting worksheets linked to becoming a jeweller whilst learning to write the cursive letter J/j. Every letter stroke is guided past images of gift boxes, gold rings and jewels along a dotted line. This will show they how to sequence their pencil strokes to write clearly formed letters. Age/Year Group: 4 to 7 years / Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 / Key Stage 1 Total pages: 13 (including cover). All pages are in colour but can be printed as black and white File Type: PDF These worksheets include: ★ 4 Pages of tracing, copying and writing the letter ‘J’ in capitals reducing in letter size for greater difficulty. ★ 5 Pages of tracing, copying and writing the letter ‘j’ in lower case reducing in letter size for greater difficulty. ★ To ‘become a jeweller’ the child must keep their pencil on the line and draw past the images linked to this theme ★ For extra fun every page has a specific colouring activity. This will further develop pencil control skills and it will keep those children who finish early something more to do. ★ Certificate ★ Teacher guidance notes Why choose my handwriting worksheets: Handwriting is my passion. I love to create resources that are fun, easy to use and that work! As a children’s occupational therapist my worksheets have a graded approach based on handwriting development. I use only a handwriting font that won an international award for teaching children to write. This cursive font has been recognised to help children with dyslexia. However, I know through my daily practice that it REALLY helps all children to write. Terms of Use: Copyright © Help with Handwriting. All rights reserved by author. This product is to be used by the original downloader only. Copying for more than one teacher, classroom, department, school, or school system is prohibited. This product may not be distributed or displayed digitally for public view. Clipart and elements found in this PDF are copyrighted and cannot be extracted and used outside of this file without permission or license. Intended for classroom and personal use ONLY.
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Learn how to write the letter R (Cursive style) and become a road worker

Learn how to write the letter R (Cursive style) and become a road worker

Use these printable handwriting worksheets to teach children how to write the letter R/r in the cursive script. Based on the theme of being a road worker, children will be shown how to sequence their pencil drawing on a dotted line past images of cement trucks, traffic cones and bull dozers, to make up the letter. Age/Year Group: 4 to 7 years / Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 / Key Stage 1 Total pages: 13 (including cover). All pages are in colour but can be printed as black and white File Type: PDF These worksheets include: ★ 4 Pages of tracing, copying and writing the letter ‘R’ in capitals reducing in letter size for greater difficulty. ★ 5 Pages of tracing, copying and writing the letter ‘r’ in lower case reducing in letter size for greater difficulty. ★ To ‘become a road worker’ the child must keep their pencil on the line and draw past the images linked to this theme ★ Certificate ★ Teacher guidance notes Why choose my handwriting worksheets: Handwriting is my passion. I love to create resources that are fun, easy to use and that work! As a children’s occupational therapist my worksheets have a graded approach based on handwriting development. I use only a handwriting font that won an international award for teaching children to write. This cursive font has been recognised to help children with dyslexia. However, I know through my daily practice that it REALLY helps all children to write. Terms of Use: Copyright © Help with Handwriting. All rights reserved by author. This product is to be used by the original downloader only. Copying for more than one teacher, classroom, department, school, or school system is prohibited. This product may not be distributed or displayed digitally for public view. Clipart and elements found in this PDF are copyrighted and cannot be extracted and used outside of this file without permission or license. Intended for classroom and personal use ONLY.
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