Handwriting Activity Pack

$4.99

These NO PREP handwriting activity sheets make it fun for kids to practice letter names, letter formation and letter sounds!

BIG UPDATE–> The pack now includes D’Nealian handwriting pages and British English versions that ask kids to “colour” instead of “color”.

Use the covers to bind them together as an engaging handwriting book or have kids work on the sheets one at a time!

The handwriting activity sheets are great to use as morning work, word work stations, supplemental handwriting practice or alphabet activity in kindergarten or preschool.

 

STUDENTS WILL:

–> Write upper and lowercase letters with highlighters,

–> Rainbow write them with six colors of crayons (red, orange, yellow, green, blue and purple),

–> Write them in boxes

–> Trace them on a line

–> And color a word that starts with the sound

 

These handwriting activity sheets are so motivating! Just print and play.

“Use it every week for some of my lower level learners who need different ways to learn their alphabet and writing practice.” – Rae Lynn

“I printed these for our kinders and then taught them remotely. The students were able to follow along and found them engaging. I appreciate that they have multiple ways for them to practice the letters all on one page.” – Dorsey D.

“My kiddos love that they can use a variety of resources all on one page. They get excited to color the picture after they have worked hard tracing all the letters.” – Talysha Wickel

“We love using the resource in the classroom every week during morning work. This is a great way to reinforce letters and help students with consistency. After showing them how to complete this the first few times, they were able to do it independently as a part of our morning work routine.” – Maggie L.

“I use this resource for extra letter/sound and printing practice for students. The activity is easy prep and it keeps the kiddos engaged.” – Michelle C.

“I like these handwriting sheets as they are not a zillion lines of printing. The variety is nice and the larger letters help develop the stroke. Love Playdough to Plato!” – Debra C.

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