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Handwriting Notebooks with LOTS of FREE Resources!

Handwriting Notebooks with LOTS of FREE Resources for Toddlers, Preschoolers and Elementary-Age Kids | This Reading Mama

This pack includes handwriting practice, ten frame examples, even vs. odd, one more, one less, number partners, etc. for each number 0-20

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The handwriting readiness printable files on this page are for children who need to practice writing the basic shapes of the printed letter. Each file includes 4 printable worksheets. A suggested 5 week schedule is included on the page. My daughter did these lessons in kindergarten. .. D.Y. ..

FREE!! Bingo Marker Number Worksheets are such a fun way for toddler, preschool, and kindergarten age kids to learn and practice their numbers.

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6-Pack! Pick the Punctuation

These practice pages can help with reading fluency, expression, and correct usage of end marks in writing. Simple sentences using sight words and cvc words are easy to read and perfect for young students. Some of these will make your students think! Made to save your ink and more importantly, your time. Only $1.00.

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Letters of All Sizes

FREE set of beginning handwriting sheets for preschoolers -- my kids started these around age 3 before they were ready for traditional handwriting pages.

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Alphabet Independent Practice- Letter Recognition and Handwriting

This file has a page for each letter of the alphabet. Students color the letter, read a sentence about the letter and sound, find the focus letter, and practice writing the letter. These practice pages would be great as morning work, homework, literacy center, or during word work. These can be used as regular worksheets; they can also be printed and placed in sheet protectors to use in a center. Students love doing these papers over and over with dry erase markers as a literacy center. $

I love this! It is so important for students to see models! Using a rubric scale to compare weak and strong writing models is a great way for students to begin to reflect on their own writing!