This is a set of letter practice sheets and journal entry pages using a visual letter guide system. These pages are for primary students or any student needing to gain confidence in their letter spacing.
The primary leveled desk name tags can also be used as reusable, individual lowercase letter writing practice pages as well. Simply print off the tags on cardstock, cut them apart, and laminate them for reusable individual practice.
This set of lowercase writing practice cards are color-coordinated and meant for the visual child to help promote proper letter size. Included on each tag is a visual representation for each colored line.
The TOP blue line is used by “tall letters” and is represented by a cloud.
“Tall letters like to touch the clouds”.
The yellow, MIDDLE, dotted line is the bee line. It is used by “short letters”.
“Short letters don’t want to get stung by bees”.
The BOTTOM green line is where all letters stand, thus it’s represented by a tuft of grass.
“All letters like to sit on the grass”.
The LOWER brown line is used by “low letters”.
“Low letters like to dig for worms”.
Spacing between the blue and green lines is approximately 1 3/8”. This is perfect spacing for desk name tags in preschool/kindergarten. This is also a great size for any primary student struggling with proper letter sizing and in need of larger practice to fine-tune their motor skills.
All clipart used is a Teaching Them to Ghoti original.