Manuscript and D'Nealian Alphabet Writing Book
The Manuscript Alphabet Writing book has all of the letters of the alphabet with a book cover with a total of 27 pages. Each letter is large enough for Kindergarten age children. I had a difficult time finding practice worksheets that were appropriately sized for Kindergartners and made this book. Each page has a picture to go along with the letter for children to have a visual clue. The pages can be colored with crayons, markers or pencils.
The book can be used in several different ways:
1. The pages can be collated into a booklet for students to use either independently or at a center. Having the pages made into a booklet makes it easy to see the progress made in handwriting skills through the school year.
2. Pages can be copied and used separately as a independent or group activity.
3. Or, the pages can be used for extra practice as a homework activities. These pages work great for homework since each letter shows how to correctly form the capital and lower case letter with lines and arrows. This makes it easy for parents to see how to help their child with homework. (See sample at bottom of page.)
if you are interested in purchasing this handwriting book, it is available for $15. When payment is made, an access link will be provided for you to be able to instantly access the materials. If you would like to pay by check, please contact me at lcritchell @kinderteacher.com (no space) If you do not receive your access link within 24 hours, please contact me. There may be a problem with you receiving my email with the access link.
This is a copy of a sample page of the "ball and stick" style writing in the Traditional Manuscript Book. The lines on the sample are not accurate---your PDF copy will be much clearer with dotted lines! There are dotted lines for capital and lower case letters. This will hopefully give you an idea of what the book looks like.
Traditional Manuscript Style Alphabet Book (as shown at left)
This is a copy of a sample page of the D'Nealian style writing. There are dotted lines for capital and lower case letters. This will hopefully give you an idea of what the book looks like. Also, the lines on the sample page do not show up accurately--- the PDF copy will be much clearer with dotted lines! There are dotted lines for capital and lower case letters. I do apologize for the poor quality of the sample.