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A Breakthrough in Cursive Writing Worksheet Technology You can now make perfect cursive writing worksheets on your computer in seconds! These are not separate, disconnected cursive letters or letters connected by unusually low connecting strokes as seen in other programs, instead, our cursive letters are shaped and connected absolutely perfect - Perfect letters - Perfect leading strokes - and Perfect final strokes! Perfect Cursive Technology - Our sophisticated program anaylyzes every letter you type and draws the perfect following connecting letter. For example, look at the word " better " to the left - you'll see the letter "e" that follows letter "b" is shaped differently than the letter "e" that follows letter "t" - While other programs make all cursive letters the same - our Perfect Cursive technology draws different letters depending on the situation, thereby creating a Perfect Cursive Worksheet!
[ Age Rating ] [ Introduction ] [ Printable Worksheets ] Age Rating All children develop as individuals. Parents and caregivers should use the age ratings below as a general guideline, taking the abilities, temperament and interests of their children into account. Ages 9+ Can complete without assistance. Age 8 Can complete with minimal assistance after directions are given.
These cursive practice sheets are perfect for teaching kids to form cursive letters, extra practice for kids who have messy handwriting, handwriting learning centers, practicing difficult letters, like cursive f or cursive z. Print out individual letter worksheets or assemble them all into a complete workbook. All handwriting practice worksheets have are on primary writing paper with dotted lines so students learn to form the heights of the letters correctly. All worksheets have letters for students to trace and space to practice writing the letters on their own. <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
Math Centers and Games (Click on any image to see a larger version of that image.) 10s Go Fish - This game is played just like "Go Fish."
What They Learn in First Grade The Basics First grade marks an important milestone for young children who finally feel like part of a “big” school. They may eat in the cafeteria for the first time or play outside during recess without the direct supervision of their own teacher, experiences that help first graders feel more independent.