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All adults (uppercase letters) and teens (tall lowercase letters) stand downstairs, but are allowed upstairs, too. Babies (lowercase letters) are not tall enough to go upstairs and have to stand downstairs. Then, there are five brave babies that aren't afraid to play in the basement (lowercase letters: g, j, p, q, y).

worksheets to help get your child ready to print letters and numbers. This is a collection for 5 weeks of printing readiness sheets that help the child practice the basic shapes of the printed letter.

Handwriting reminder. Next year I am going to do a better job of teaching handwriting!

FREEBIE! Get yourself a Teachers Pay Teachers account (it's free, no worries), and you can access all kinds of wonderful educational resources made by teachers! This is a handwriting book that would be great to start off your mornings with in the first couple of months of 1st grade. Woo!

"Letters Have a Place" rhyme for 1st graders.

"handwriting fairy" ...... Follow for free 'too-neat-not-to-keep' teaching tools & other fun stuff :)

This packet will help motivate your students to have good handwriting! Did you know the Handwriting Fairy comes into your classroom each night and...

Create customized handwriting worksheets & lessons in cursive & manuscript with Startwrite handwriting software:

Cursive writing is important. It isn't about fancy writing. The ability to write in a rapid, fluid manner is about forging a connection between mind and hand. Studies have shown us that those who take notes in cursive have more retention and a greater understanding, with more original thought about the implications. Those who print notes miss large amounts of information. Those who type their notes regurgitate with the least original thought. We are witnessing the loss of a skill set.

ABC/handwriting practice. Could be a good use for when you have covered all the letters initially and then you can see which letters individual children need to work on and they can set goals and work on those letters! Definitely going to use this