This are practice sheet I use for my young primary students that need visual cues for handwriting. It goes along with Orton-Gillingham's concept of dividing each letter up into parts of a house.
For example: "g" lives in the main part of the house, with his tail in the basement, while the "b" begins in the attic/sky, heads down and touches the house floor...etc.
I have gradually decreased the picture cues are so that they can generalize and adapt to writing letters correctly on regular writing lines.
There is also an alphabet sheet for tracing and copying each letter (lowercase only).
I print the sheets out in color, laminate (or put it them in page protectors), then they practice tracing and copying the letter with ultra-fine tipped dry erase markers.
Also, I’ve included a black and white version.