Handwriting SOS - Upper Case Letter Size Differentiation
About this book:
Beginning writers often struggle with letter size differentiation. It has been noted that highlighting the lower half of the handwriting line can be helpful in this situation as is shows an obvious “break-up” of the writing line. It is now much easier for students to observe letters which are formed on the highlighted area only (such as a, c), letters that are tall and reach above the highlighted area (such a b, d) and letters that fall below the highlighted area (such as g, j). In this upper case tracing packet, students will notice that upper case letters are written between the two solid lines.
Each of the writing sheets in this unit focuses on a letter of the alphabet and displays a pre-writing tracing pattern to help children get a feel of the strokes needed to form the letter on the page.
Directions for use:
Students begin by finger-tracing the focus letter, rainbow tracing it and the tracing over the pre-writing pattern. They then move on to the handwriting section and they trace the first row of letters, write the second, trace the third row and write the fourth.
Happy Teaching :)
*If you would like to print black and white, please select the “Print grayscale” (or similar option) on your printer.
The Lower case Handwriting unit is available here.
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