BAT-BALL DOORKNOB-DOOR posters and individual cards - combat reversals!

BAT-BALL DOORKNOB-DOOR posters and individual cards - comb
BAT-BALL DOORKNOB-DOOR posters and individual cards - comb
BAT-BALL DOORKNOB-DOOR posters and individual cards - comb
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The most commonly reversed letters are b and d. These posters and individual student cards depict the popular mnemonic of “bat, then ball, doorknob, then door” to help kids who have trouble producing the letters correctly. As with the majority of letters, the most efficient way to write them is to stay with the left-right flow. B (lower case) is represented by a bat and a ball, which should be produced in that order: first a line starting at the top, then a bouncing action up and clockwise to represent the ball. D (lower case) starts with a C shape, turning counter-clockwise, then moves into an upward line representing the door. The line is retraced back to the bottom to reinforce the door’s strength! Credit for the artistry goes to my daughter, Katie Plattner. For more practice extending to the formation of similar letters, see “Letter Formation - Bouncy and 2 o’clock.” Susan, Morris Tutoring Productions
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BAT-BALL DOORKNOB-DOOR posters and individual cards - comb
BAT-BALL DOORKNOB-DOOR posters and individual cards - comb
BAT-BALL DOORKNOB-DOOR posters and individual cards - comb