These letter-sound handwriting pages are a great way to incorporate and reinforce Tactile-Visual Phonics strategies in your classroom! There are many ways to customize these pages to make them work for you and the needs of your students.
**Please note there are 3 handwriting pages per sheet**
I currently use these with my kindergarten ESL students. Each student has a notebook and there is a page for each letter of the alphabet. Since there are 3 handwriting pages on a sheet, it fits nicely on a piece of notebook paper allowing for additional space for common vocabulary words with the same letter (see photo).
These can be sent home as homework for additional practice. You could print on card stock, laminate, and have students use washable markers to practice or even put as a center activity. You could make them part of a foldable activity focusing on a particular letter. There are so many possibilities!
Thank you to www.mycutegraphics.com and Clip Art Panda for the use of the clip art images. Thank you to Krista Wallden of Creative Clips for the use of the border image on the title page.
If you would like to share how YOU use these in your classroom, send an email to MyAceStraw@gmail.com and I'll add it to the description!