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- Pages of capital and lowercase letters.
- Follow-the-arrow diagrams that show children how to make the letters.
- Words to copy that begin with all the letters of the alphabet.
- Sentences to copy.
- Guides for writing the names of months, the days of the week, and numbers from 1 to 10.
- A place for the child to print his or her name.
- Appealing full-color pictures.
- With its helpful diagrams, plenty of space to work, and simple exercises, this book is the perfect companion for beginning writers.
- 8-1/2 inches wide by 11 inches high (21.6 cm wide by 28 cm high).
- 96 perforated and reproducible pages.
Studies have shown handwriting is an excellent way to activate different parts of the brain. Handwriting helps children develop fine motor skills. Writing things down helps them retain more information, too.
From the Publisher
Handwriting: Learn to Print!
Just follow the arrows!
This fun workbook helps kids learn to print!
Use this workbook to help your child learn how to print.
If they already know how to print, use this book to help them refine the writing skills they already have.
A good teaching aid
Easy-to-follow dotted and numbered lines with arrows show the steps for making each letter.
Each page provides plenty of space for beginning writers to work in.
As a handy reference for your child, the entire alphabet appears at the bottom of each page in upper and lower case.
Lots of activities!
Workbook is packed with simple exercises.
Kids can write upper and lower case letters, words, sentences, numbers, days of the week, months of the year, and their own names.
It’s the perfect companion for beginning writers.
Help your child write letters, words, and sentences
And his or her own name too!
Cute and colorful illustrations will keep your kiddo interested.
Children want to learn
Whether for pre-school practice, for writing letters to family members, or just for learning to print beautifully, this book will help!
Writing offers children many benefits
Studies have shown that writing is an excellent way to activate different parts of the brain.
Learning how to write helps children develop fine motor skills.
Writing things down also helps them retain more information.
Handwriting: Learn to Print! includes:
Pages of lower case and capital letters
Follow-the-arrow dotted lines that show how to make each letter
Words and short sentences to copy
Guides for printing the names of days of the week, months, and numbers from 1 to 10
There’s also a page on which your child can print her or his name
Workbook measures 8-1/2” wide x 11” high
96 perforated and reproducible pages
Our Company History
In 1928, at the age of twenty-two, Peter Beilenson began printing books on a small press in the basement of his parents’ home in Larchmont, New York. Peter—and later, his wife, Edna—sought to create fine books that sold at prices even a pauper could afford.
Today, still family owned and operated, Peter Pauper Press continues to honor our founders’ legacy—and our customers’ expectations—of beauty, quality, and value.
Image: Peter Pauper Press headquarters, circa 1948.