Cursive Letters & Numerals

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Lorenz Educational Press, Sep 1, 1988 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 32 pages
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The 30 student pages in this book provide easy-to-follow, stroke-by-stroke patterns for forming each letter of the alphabet and the ten digits: 27 pages of letters 3 pages of digits. The upper portion of each letter page introduces the capital letter while the lower portion of the page introduces the small letter. Pages may be cut in half and either the capital or small letter introduced independently. Letters and digits may be introduced in any order. Pages are conveniently arranged in alphabetical order with digit pages at the end of the books. The worksheets in this book are self-directing and ideal for both group writing sessions and for independent use. Practice space provided for each letter and for the digits is ample to challenge an eager young writer, but not so much that the blank lines pose an overwhelming task. Pages are useful for introductory activities, for practice, and for review.
 

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