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Product #: 804092
Page Count: 160
Table of Contents
All the activities in The “First” Learning to Print Book have been designed to make learning how to print a successful experience for all children. This resource book presents handwriting using a developmental approach. Children first practice making “tall and long straight lines” and then print letters i, l, t, E, F, T, L, and H before progressing to the more difficult letter strokes. The “First” Learning to Print Book also teaches letter formation using multisensory strategies: kinesthetic activities, visual clues and reminders, and simple oral stories for making the letter strokes. These strategies help children with diverse abilities learn in ways that best suite their own personal learning styles.
The sequence of how the strokes and letters are introduced, the progression of how font sizes gradually decrease as fine motor skills improve, and the utilization of multisensory strategies makes The “First” Learning to Print Book the “first” and “best” learning-how-to-print book for young children!
- Developmental approach to learning how to print
- Visual, auditory, and tactile clues for multisensory learning
- Handwriting assessment
- Student checklist
- Over 150 reproducible activities
- Activities to introduce, master, and then review letters
- Rainbow writing, dot-to-dot, tracing, and coloring fun