NO MORE LEARNING CURSIVE HANDWRITING FROM A-Z!!!!! All 26 lowercase letters are sequenced by letter formation! This means that students learn the letters in an order that makes sense. For example, students will start with learning the i, u, t, and e in that order because they all follow the same rhythmic movements. Once they learn all of the underswing letters they will progress to the overswing letters (m, n, a, d, etc.). Each practice page is devoted to one lowercase letter and as the students learn more letters they gain the abilities to spell more and more words (which are used as practice on the pages).
If you've ever tried teaching cursive handwriting with a resource that teaches the letters in alphabetical order you will understand how important it is to sequence letters by formation. The pages are designed so that students practice words using only the letters that have been introduced in the sequence thus far.
At the top of each page is a friendly reminder to students to check for slant, size, spacing, and that the letters are on the line. I use this to assess the cursive handwriting and fill each box with a check mark if the student was successful (with slant, size, spacing, etc.).
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