Neat handwriting enables others to read one's work. It can also help develop a student’s visual memory, which is vital for effective reading. A successful writer is able to communicate with others in meaningful ways—and will better experience the world of reading as well. The activities in this workbook, which introduce letters by their shape, are designed to help your child catch up, keep up, and get ahead—and best of all, to have lots of fun doing it! Here are some of the great features you’ll find inside: Letter ConnectionChildren connect the ladybugs, jellybeans, or cookies to practice the formation of uppercase letters. Name GameWriting children's names is a great way to practice handwriting. Children fill in the first letter on boys' and girls' name tags. Write Around the WheelSeats on a Ferris wheel put a festive spin on practice writing uppercase letters. Tongue Twisting TimeWriting the first letter in a string of words helps reinforce penmanship and reveals a fun tongue twister! Sign SightingsChildren practice writing letters in the world around them, finishing words in street signs and store signs. Give your child's confidence in writing a boost with Success with Uppercase Letters: Grades K-1.
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