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  • Arenia Amaro

    (Kindergarten) "handwriting"

  • Kerri S.

    printable letters. put on cardstock and laminate. make a bag of felt and/or sandpaper pieces to put ontop of each letter "puzzle". super cool idea.

  • Erin Horn

    links to free letter building printables

  • Erin Horn

    links to free printables for letter building

  • Crystal

    DIY Handwriting without Tears (I'd use craft foam rather than felt for lines/curves)

  • Carol Hill

    DIY easy handwriting without tears set

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