Handwriting Practice can be Exciting too!
When teachers come across any notebook or project of a particular student with neat, concise handwriting, it forms an extremely favorable impression. On the other hand, irregularly formed letters and words can often lead to misinterpretation, which might impact overall marks in an examination. To prevent this situation, you need to address the issue right from the start, by educating your preschooler about the importance of good handwriting and teaching them how to write properly.
The Handwriting Practice Workbooks for Preschoolers have been specifically designed for this purpose:
Children always enjoy assignments with an accompanying theme as it makes the task fun – based on that idea, I currently offer several themes like Superhero, Cowboy, Nina Turtles, Circus, Easter, Thanksgiving etc. These have been created to boost the entertainment quotient!
These workbooks involve writing both uppercase and lowercase letters, ranging from A to Z & a-z – consistent practice helps to form clearer insights that will help preschoolers in future when they move on to higher classes.
Each page has a quirky, amusing image at par with the theme, along with a large example of the letter in both cases. For example: the left-hand corner displays “A” as well as “a” – this is done to let kids distinguish between the two cases without confusion.
Uppercase examples are featured multiple times with direction signs, so that preschoolers can practice writing them accurately in the space provided. Lowercase versions are also printed in a similar manner, with a practice area underneath.
Rectangles and circles have been used to make the task more enjoyable and innovative – uppercase letters are to be written inside rectangles while circles should contain its lowercase counterparts.
Interactive workbooks are a healthy and useful exercise for preschoolers. Once they reach the letter Z, it is a guarantee you will see a marked improvement in their handwriting as well as their perceptions regarding the English alphabet. Try it to believe it!