If you teach a left-handed learner, you know that handwriting can be a challenge. To top it off, it can be difficult to find resources that are geared towards left-handed writers. Until now...
You might be wondering how these handwriting pages are different from any other handwriting pages out there. And I'm so glad you asked!
1. The handwriting example is at the top RIGHT of the page. Often times, examples are on the top left, which means left-handed learners cover up the example when they are writing.
2. Also at the top right of the pages, there's an image to remind left-handed writers to tilt their paper, with the left corner pointing up.
3. The strokes for horizontal lines move from right to left. Instead of pushing horizontal strokes from left to right, the arrow shows left-handed writers how to pull the pencil from right to left. Some professionals disagree on this point, so I've also included some alternate versions to these letters. In the alternate versions, learners are asked to form the letter strokes just like right-handed learners.
4. The examples on the writing lines are to the right of the practice area. When a leftie has the example to the left, his/her hand often covers up the example, so examples are on the right.
BONUS: Each page includes pictures for the letter to reinforce phonics skills, too!
Want to try them out first? Grab 7 free sample pages >>HERE
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