help your child learn to write at home...or anywhere! make these diy alphabet lacing cards using a cereal box, paper, and string. not only will they learn to identify the shape of the letter, but they can learn the correct way in which to write it. | www.livecrafteat.com
Nellie Edge Seminars and Kindergarten-Friendly Handwriting: Consider sharing this information with families. We like to understand the special needs of the left-handed child and remind children of all of the important and creative people who were left handed. . . Queen Victoria, Bach the composer, and our president, Barack Obama.