All you have to do is print this whole book for each student. I would recommend that you print the writing and drawing page front to back on one piece of paper.
On the first page, you can write their name at the top with proper penmanship. Then, they can practice writing their name on the entire page.
The rest of the book consist of 1 x writing worksheet and 1 x drawing worksheet for each letter of the alphabet as you can see in the sample thumbnails.
For each letter, students can trace the upper and lowercase letters and practice writing two words. They will only trace the first letter for each line and write the rest on their own. This will help with the penmanship skills. You can also remind them to sound out the letters and words as they go along to practice their phonics skills as well. I chose words in which they can practice ascending and descending letters and mostly CVC words.
On the next page for each letter of the alphabet, they are to think of things that begin with that particular letter and draw pictures of it. This could be a fun activity after all that writing on the previous page! For a lesson, focus on teaching one letter at a time so that they do not get overwhelmed.
This is also a great package for those students who are still writing with the improper penmanship. You can send this home for extra practice.