Before children can begin to practice writing their name, they need instruction on letter shapes, uppercase/lowercase letters, and how to use letter lines. The lessons in this resource provide those crucial first steps and were designed to be used as a supplement to your handwriting program.
Teaching Points Include:
Words/names are made up of letters.
Letters are made up of lines/curves.
There are two kinds of letters: uppercase and lowercase.
Lines help us write the letters in our names.
Lowercase letters can be tall, small, or fall.
Vowels are in every name.
There are small "spaghetti" spaces between the letters in a name.
A name writing rubric and parent letter are also included.
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