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Letter Formation with Tracing Practice (portrait and landscape)

Letter Formation with Tracing Practice (portrait and landscape)
Letter Formation with Tracing Practice (portrait and landscape)
Letter Formation with Tracing Practice (portrait and landscape)
Letter Formation with Tracing Practice (portrait and landscape)
Letter Formation with Tracing Practice (portrait and landscape)
Letter Formation with Tracing Practice (portrait and landscape)
Letter Formation with Tracing Practice (portrait and landscape)
Letter Formation with Tracing Practice (portrait and landscape)
Product Description
I find that many of the students in my primary autism classroom have difficulty adhering to the arbitrary “rules” of the lines on a typical paper. Visual guides as well as verbal patterns “ From the sky to the grass, from the fence to the grass” help concretize the skill of letter formation using lines. This was inspired by the traditional model of learning correct letter formation within the lines using a sky and ground model, but I have converted the idea into tracing lines for practice, and a very large quad page that I use to write letter models and laminate them for examples as well as for practice.
Total Pages
5 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
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