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Wacky Sentences Handwriting Workbook (Reproducible)

Practice Writing in Cursive (Third and Fourth Grade)

Author: Julie Harper

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN: 9781468164640

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 126

View: 924

This workbook, Wacky Sentences Handwriting Workbook, is designed to inspire interest in cursive handwriting. This workbook focuses on writing complete sentences in cursive. Kids enjoy writing wacky sentences like, "Two rabbits slept on a fox's head," and, "Six elephants jumped over a giraffe." Exercises like these help to make learning fun, even at home. Four sections of this workbook help students develop their cursive writing skills at a variety of levels: Part 1 is the basic level. Students practice handwriting motions by tracing dotted sentences. Part 2 advances to help students begin to write on their own. In this section, students first trace a dotted sentence and then copy the sentence onto a new line. The three traditional horizontal lines are included as a guide - solid top and bottom lines plus a dashed middle line help students master the relative heights of the letters, and to write across the page in straight lines. Part 3 gives solid sentences instead of dotted sentences. At this stage, students practice their handwriting without first tracing the letters. Part 4 is the most advanced stage. The given sentences are now printed and students must now rewrite them in cursive. Beginners may wish to start out with a more basic book that offers practice with individual letters before advancing to complete sentences, such as the Letters, Words, and Silly Phrases Handwriting Workbook. May your students or children improve their handwriting skills and enjoy reading and writing these wacky sentences.

Letters, Words, and Silly Phrases Handwriting Workbook (Reproducible)

Practice Writing in Cursive (Second and Third Grade)

Author: Julie Harper

Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub

ISBN: 9781479217045

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 98

View: 4552

This writing workbook focuses on cursive uppercase and lowercase letters, words, and short phrases. The three traditional horizontal lines are included as a guide - solid top and bottom lines plus a dashed middle line help students master the relative heights of the letters, and to write across the page in straight lines. This workbook begins with practice handwriting cursive uppercase and lowercase letters. Students first trace the letters and then try to write them on their own on a new line. This workbook concludes with practice writing silly words like “rhinophant” and silly phrases like “banana taco.” Exercises like these help to make learning fun, whether in the classroom or at home. May your students or children improve their handwriting skills and enjoy reading and writing these letters, words, and silly phrases.

Cursive Handwriting, Grades 3 - 5

Author: N.A

Publisher: Carson-Dellosa Publishing

ISBN: 1483820025

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 80

View: 2374

Skill Builders are great tools for keeping children current during the school year or preparing them for the next grade level. A variety of fun and challenging activities provides students with practice and helps introduce basic skills to new learners. This full-color workbook contains appropriate passages and exercises to help elementary children master handwriting skills before progressing. Skill Builders combines entertaining and interactive activities with eye-catching graphics to make learning and reviewing fun and effective. The compact 6" x 9" size makes this book perfect for school, at home, or on the go. 80 perforated, reproducible pages with an answer key.

Power Practice: Cursive Handwriting, eBook

Author: Pam Jennett

Publisher: Creative Teaching Press

ISBN: 1591988950

Category: Education

Page: 128

View: 6954

Use activity pages to enhance students' handwriting. The practical and creative activities provide students with practice in recognizing and forming capital and lowercase letters. As students complete the activities, they will improve their handwriting as well as practice a multitude of other skills including; states and capitals, compound words, parts of speech, alphabetical order, counting syllables, antonyms, and synonyms.

Butterfly Cursive Handwriting Practice Workbook

Author: Julie Harper

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN: 9781505648102

Category:

Page: 150

View: 9905

This workbook is decorated with butterflies to inspire interest in learning and practicing the art of cursive handwriting. (The butterfly images appear in grayscale to keep the price affordable. This also makes the images less distracting.) The goal of the butterfly theme is to help make learning fun, whether in the classroom or at home. These exercises begin with basic practice of individual letters and gradually build up to more advanced writing with complete sentences: Trace and copy individual cursive letters. Trace and copy cursive letter blends (like 'br' and 'ws'). Trace and copy butterfly-related words. Copy phrases that relate to butterflies. Copy sentences that relate to butterflies. Rewrite printed sentences in cursive handwriting. Respond to writing prompts in cursive handwriting. May your students or children improve their handwriting skills and enjoy reading and writing these butterfly-themed writing exercises.

Save the Earth Cursive Handwriting Practice Workbook

Author: Julie Harper

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN: 9781505982442

Category:

Page: 150

View: 8929

Learn ways that you can help save the earth while learning and practicing cursive handwriting skills. These exercises begin with basic practice of individual letters and gradually build up to more advanced writing with complete sentences: Trace and copy individual cursive letters. Trace and copy cursive letter blends (like 'br' and 'ws'). Trace and copy words that relate to saving the earth. Copy phrases that relate to the theme of the book. Copy sentences that describe ways to help save the earth. Rewrite printed sentences in cursive handwriting. Respond to writing prompts in cursive handwriting. May your students or children improve their handwriting skills and enjoy reading and writing these save-the-earth themed writing exercises.

Spooky Cursive Handwriting Practice Workbook

Author: Julie Harper

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN: 9781492309000

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 134

View: 739

This workbook, Spooky Cursive Handwriting Practice Workbook, is designed to inspire kids' interest in learning and practicing cursive handwriting through the use of spooky phrases and sentences. Kids enjoy reading scary phrases like “creepy spider webs” or “bone graveyard” and spooky sentences like, “My bedroom door opens by itself,” or “It's a zombie apocalypse.” Exercises like these help to make learning fun, whether in the classroom or at home. This workbook is suitable for students who enjoy scary books and movies. This workbook focuses on writing spooky phrases and sentences in cursive in three parts: Students practice tracing and copying spooky phrases and sentences in Part 1. Part 2 just involves copying (with no tracing). A challenge is presented in Part 3: The spooky sentences are printed, and students must rewrite them in cursive. This requires students to remember what the cursive letters look like (though they can look at a chart on pages 5-6 if they need a reminder). May your students or children improve their handwriting skills and enjoy reading and writing these spooky phrases and sentences.

Cursive Handwriting Practice Workbook for Teens

Author: Julie Harper

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN: 9781492230236

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 134

View: 4078

This workbook, Cursive Handwriting Practice Workbook for Teens, is designed to inspire teens' interest in learning and practicing cursive handwriting. Teens enjoy writing sentences like “Wizard school is so cool,” and, “Talk to you later.” Exercises like these help to make learning fun, even at home. This unique teenage handwriting workbook provides teens who need to improve their cursive writing fluency a chance to do it with a more age appropriate workbook (since the sentences were prepared with a teenage audience in mind). This workbook focuses on writing phrases and sentences in cursive in three parts: Students practice tracing and copying phrases and sentences in Part 1. Part 2 just involves copying (with no tracing). A challenge is presented in Part 3: The sentences are printed, and students must rewrite them in cursive. This requires students to remember what the cursive letters look like (though they can look at a chart on pages 5-6 if they need a reminder). May your students or teenagers improve their handwriting skills and enjoy reading and writing these phrases and sentences.

Print Uppercase and Lowercase Letters, Words, and Silly Phrases

Kindergarten and First Grade Writing Practice Workbook (Reproducible)

Author: Julie Harper

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 9781479175451

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 92

View: 1287

This writing workbook focuses on print-writing uppercase and lowercase letters, words, and short phrases. The three traditional horizontal lines are included as a guide - solid top and bottom lines plus a dashed middle line help students master the relative heights of the letters, and to write across the page in straight lines. This workbook begins with practice writing uppercase and lowercase letters. Students first trace the letters and then try to write them on their own on a new line. This workbook concludes with practice writing silly words like “rhinophant” and silly phrases like “banana taco.” Since kids using this workbook are at the basic level where they are practicing their printing skills, many will not be able to read the words and phrases on their own. So they may need to work with a parent or teacher in order to know that they are writing silly thing like “bug eye syrup,” and might need to be told that a “jagoat” is part jaguar and part goat (and that a jaguar is a big cat), for example. They will appreciate this opportunity for interactive learning, and may learn a few new words or ideas in addition to how to write letters. Exercises like these help to make learning fun, whether in the classroom or at home. May your students or children improve their handwriting skills and enjoy reading and writing these letters, words, and silly phrases.

Cursive Handwriting Workbook for Girls

Author: Julie Harper

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN: 9781490515717

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 130

View: 5601

Cursive Handwriting Workbook for Girls is designed to inspire girls' interest in learning and practicing cursive handwriting. Girls enjoy reading girlish phrases like “slumber party” or “share a friendship bracelet” and inspirational or motivational sentences like, “Beauty comes from within,” or “Our generation is ready to change the world.” Exercises like these help to make learning fun, whether in the classroom or at home. This workbook focuses on writing phrases and sentences in cursive in three parts: Part 1 has mostly short phrases. Students copy and trace the words. The phrases become longer in Part 2. There are a couple of sentences and shorter phrases in Part 2, also, such that the transitions are not too abrupt. Students copy and trace the words. Part 3 advances onto sentences. At this stage, there is no tracing. May your students or children improve their handwriting skills and enjoy reading and writing these girlish phrases and sentences.

Printing Practice Handwriting Workbook for Kids

Author: Julie Harper

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 9781523776566

Category:

Page: 120

View: 8457

Printing Practice Handwriting Workbook for Kids is designed to inspire kids' interest in learning and practicing to print letters, words, phrases, and sentences by hand. Kids enjoy reading phrases like, "No grown-ups allowed," and sentences like, "Puppies like to play." Exercises like these help to make learning fun, whether in the classroom or at home. This workbook focuses on writing letters, words, phrases, and sentences in print in three parts: Students first trace and then copy letters, words, and short phrases in Part 1. There are longer phrases and short sentences in Part 2. There is no tracing in Part 2. Part 3 challenges students to write their own expressions in response to writing exercises. May your students or children improve their handwriting skills and enjoy reading and writing these phrases and sentences.

Cursive Writing Practice Jokes & Riddles, Grades 2-5

40+ Reproducible Practice Pages That Motivate Kids to Improve Their Cursive Writing

Author: Violet Findley

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780545227520

Category: Education

Page: 48

View: 7167

Provides ready-to-reproduce practice pages of jokes and riddles written in cursive in order to help build handwriting skills.

Cursive Handwriting Practice Workbook for Adults

Author: Julie Harper

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 9781981274789

Category:

Page: 120

View: 1354

This workbook, Cursive Handwriting Practice Workbook for Adults, offers adults (or teenagers) an age-appropriate opportunity to develop cursive handwriting skills. The phrases and sentences were specially selected with adults (or teens) in mind. Blank lines are narrower than standard children's practice worksheets. A relaxing theme may appeal to people of all ages. One chapter challenges you to rewrite printed sentences with cursive handwriting. This will test your mastery of the letters. The last chapter provides cursive handwriting prompts. A chart shows you how to write the cursive alphabet, and a couple of quick chapters at the beginning offer practice with letters and words.

Muggie Maggie

Author: Beverly Cleary

Publisher: Harper Collins

ISBN: 9780061972287

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 96

View: 8640

In this humorous and relatable novel from Newbery Medal-winning author Beverly Cleary, a girl must overcome her rebellious attitude toward learning cursive. At first, Maggie is just feeling stubborn when she declares she won't learn cursive. What's wrong with print, anyway? And she can easily type on a computer, so why would she need to know how to read those squiggly lines? But soon all her classmates are buzzing about Maggie's decision, especially after her teacher, Mrs. Leeper, says Maggie's cursive is so sloppy that her name looks like "Muggie." With "Muggie Maggie" ringing in her ears, Maggie absolutely, positively won't back down...until she's appointed class mail messenger. All the letters that Mrs. Leeper sends to the office are in cursive, and Maggie thinks they are written about her. But there's only way to know for sure...so what's Maggie going to do? For generations, Beverly Cleary has captivated readers of all ages with beloved characters such as Ramona Quimby, Henry Huggins, Ribsy, and Ralph S. Mouse. Muggie Maggie follows suit with what School Library Journal calls "a likable, funny heroine whom readers will want to know."

Teach Your Child to Read in 100 Easy Lessons

Author: Siegfried Engelmann,Phyllis Haddox,Elaine Bruner

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 0671631985

Category: Education

Page: 395

View: 4389

With more than half a million copies in print, Teach Your Child to Read in 100 Easy Lessons is the definitive guide to giving your child the reading skills needed now for a better chance at tomorrow, while bringing you and your child closer together. Is your child halfway through first grade and still unable to read? Is your preschooler bored with coloring and ready for reading? Do you want to help your child read, but are afraid you’ll do something wrong? Teach Your Child to Read in 100 Easy Lessons is a complete, step-by-step program that shows patents simply and clearly how to teach their children to read. Twenty minutes a day is all you need, and within 100 teaching days your child will be reading on a solid second-grade reading level. It’s a sensible, easy-to-follow, and enjoyable way to help your child gain the essential skills of reading. Everything you need is here—no paste, no scissors, no flash cards, no complicated directions—just you and your child learning together. One hundred lessons, fully illustrated and color-coded for clarity, give your child the basic and more advanced skills needed to become a good reader.

Cursive Handwriting Workbook for Kids

Author: New Handwriting

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 9781547291465

Category:

Page: 102

View: 8660

Learning to write in cursive, or joined up, form is something that all children do at an early stage in their development. It is an important part of any child's progress and it should be fun and entertaining for them, as well as a significant step. Now you can help your child to practice their cursive writing technique with the Cursive Handwriting Workbook for Kids: Animal Jokes and Riddles Grades 3-5. Inside you will find: - 100 jokes, specifically for children, which will amuse them as they learn - A practice page for each one, where they can write out each joke - A range of emoticons on each page, for your child to highlight their progress This simple book is as effective as it is fun and with its hilarious jokes it will keep your child interested in the repetitive practice that goes into cursive writing, right to the end. Get a copy of Cursive Handwriting Workbook for Kids now and provide your child with the additional support they need to develop their own unique cursive style.

Cursive Writing Practice: Wacky Facts

Author: Violet Findley

Publisher: Teaching Resources

ISBN: 9780545943178

Category: Education

Page: 48

View: 9246

Mastering the art of cursive writing is painless when you add motivating practice pages to the mix! Each page features some quick "word warm-ups" plus a fascinating fact for kids to copy with care. And here's more good news: When the pages are complete, children can snip and staple them together for a wacky-fact books sure to impress their pals. Wow, cursive writing has never been so entertaining! KEY FEATURES: . Research shows that cursive writing is linked to brain development and memory retention . Limited classroom time for teaching cursive means parents need resources at home . With higher education standards emphasizing nonfiction, this fact-based approach meets current educational demands . Wacky facts are motivating for reluctant learners

Cursive Handwriting for Math Lovers

Author: Julie Harper,Chris McMullen

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 9781512181326

Category: Copybooks

Page: 126

View: 2501

This unique handwriting book provides cursive handwriting practice for anyone who enjoys math. If you know someone who enjoys math who could benefit from handwriting practice, this workbook may offer a helpful compromise: Practice cursive handwriting in the context of math. People of all ages and levels can enjoy this handwriting workbook. (If you encounter a math term that you don't know, look it up: You might learn something. Teaching isn't always about giving all the answers, but is instead sometimes about fostering curiosity.)

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