This is a document that has all the lines for students to trace over and over that will help them form the 26 letters of the alphabet.
There are two classroom signs that show the types of lines along with 10 pages for students to practice writing them.
I went back and added the pages again after adding stickers so you are getting two copies of each page (one with stickers and one with out). The stickers let students know where to start, stop, and how to turn page (sticker at top).
You may also want to add a smiley sticker for page direction along with green and red dots on each line. This will help student know where to start and stop with writing tool (green= go, red = stop). The red and green dots can be made with stickers, marker, crayons, or even construction paper cut into circles.
I suggest laminating this and using the pages with the following dry erase materials: dry erase markers ( fat and skinny), crayons, and colored pencil. Using the different writing tools (or dry erase materials) will help develop the hand muscle and making writing letters with their pencil easier than just using a fat dry erase marker all year.
I use this daily during journal time. My journal group has four students,so I have four copies of each page laminated. Each student complete one type of line a day or one page daily. I help them one on one with their grip, staying one line, and hand movement.
The thumbnails are not showing the curve line as good as I see it. When looking at my document it looks more like a C. The document was made on word 2010. The preview shows the pages with parts missing so you can get an idea of what you are buying.