Handwriting for Kids
Each lesson is featured on its own page, and kids are shown in simple steps how to write the numbers, letters, and sentences. Kids can trace uppercase and lowercase letters, and even blank sheets are provided for kids to practice more before their next lessons!
All kids can improve their writing skills with lots of practice. If your kids are having difficulties, you can reprint any of these lessons or practice sheets until they’re ready to move forward to the next lesson. The practice sheets are useful for parents or teachers to create their own letters, words, and sentences. We welcome you to share your ideas and suggestions for future lessons, whether, it’s basic words, sentences, or games! Please e-mail suggestions to Caroline or write your suggestions in the guestbook. Be creative and have fun with your kids.
Reading is also important. It will be exciting and rewarding for your child to read from their own handwriting after they have completed their lessons!
Never lose your patience when your child is learning how to write. Here’s a few tips to get you started: Provide a quiet, comfortable, and warm atmosphere to work with your child. Make sure your child understands the directions before beginning a handwriting lesson. Show your child how to write on a separate paper while you’re giving the instructions. Limit each session to one or two lessons.