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FREE Cursive Handwriting Worksheets

FREE Cursive Handwriting Worksheets -Download is a 31 Page Pack of very useful info.

PDF notes- Scan your worksheets into a PDF file and open with this app. Students can write on the worksheet and print, save to your Dropbox, or email(you could even email to parents). Makes boring worksheets fun! So many possibilities...take a story have students highlight things...main idea, vocab words, nouns, etc. they can also make annotated notes. FREE

Tracing Cursive Handwriting - Generator let you create handwriting practice sheets with the text you provide.

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Proper Proportions Activity

Proportion Rummy Equivalent fractions can be a difficult concept to master. This card game provides a fun way to practice an important math skill. All you need is a deck of playing cards, paper, and pencils, and you're ready to get started!

Using highlighted paper and other strategies for improving handwriting. Free printable and some great ideas for spacing and writing.

Zaner-Bloser Online Editor--use this to create name practice for kiddos who can't write their name at the beginning of the year

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Scootpad: Great Common Core Practice Site!

Scootpad is a great site where students can practice math and reading skills that correlate with the Common Core! It is free, has no ads, and students love it!

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Cursive Handwriting Practice Sheets #BacktoSchoolWeek

I hate that schools aren't teaching cursive anymore. Work with your kiddos at home with these Cursive Handwriting Practice Sheets

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Name Practice Printable for Preschoolers You Can Customize

Handwriting worksheets

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Free Homeschool Deals - Listened to this lady on the Teach Them Diligently audio. Great!

I've found so many great apps and other ideas on using my iPad in therapy from this site