This is one of my favorite resources. After teaching students with disabilities and students in early childhood, these visuals are incredibly helpful when students need to visualize letter formations whilst writing on a blank page. This resource has been adopted by the occupational therapist that works within my school.
The steps are simple.
2. Laminate or place under clear perspex or plastic.
3. Have the student use a whiteboard marker to practice letter formation.
4. Use the blank template provided at the end of the file to create your own or use your own font.
5. Hang in your room for decoration and reminders.