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 signs that show the types of lines along with 10 pages for students to practice writing them.
For best results print it on white card stock and then printing it again on regular paper and glue or tape it to the back side of the same sheet. Then laminate it on a small laminator. This will give you a back and front of each page. I use this during small groups, so I have 5 copies back and front of each page of lines (so each student in the group gets one).
After laminating you can use the pages with the following dry erase materials: dry erase markers ( fat and skinny), crayons, and colored pencil. Using the different writing tools/dry erase materials will help develop the hand muscle and making writing letters with their pencils easier than just using a fat dry erase marker all year.
The students have done the lines with me so they know is expected of them. I start them out with a printed paper copy that they use crayons for and move towards using a pencil. We talked about how to stay on line, hold paper, and use the writing tool the correct way. Once we have gone through the lines we move on to letters, so are not spending forever on this. I am always amazed at how well this works.
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.