The Letters G, J, and Q
Learners are introduced to the letters g, j, and q. As a class, they answer questions about which letter begins with a straight stoke and which one has a slide left stroke. They trace and write the three letters in their capital forms.
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Writing a Letter
Here are three well-thought-out tasks intended to build good note taking and letter writing skills. The class reads three short letters, determines who wrote them (based on context) and takes notes as a pre-writing activity. They finish...
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It's no secret that children can be very opinionated, but rather than fight against this natural tendency, embrace it with this primary grade writing project. After a shared reading of a children's book about persuasion, young learners...
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Cursive Capitals Formation Chart
Make sure your pupils get all their curly-cues just right with a step-by-step reference page of uppercase cursive letters. The page breaks down each capital letter into one to four steps. See the materials tab for a matching reference...
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