CURSIVE ALPHABET FLASH CARDS IM's (READY TO PRINT)

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“Handwriting or penmanship is a way of writing using the hand and an instrument. Cursive is a type of penmanship in which the letters are connected. The purpose is to make writing faster. Printing relies on straight lines and pencil breaks because you have to pick up and put down your pencil several times for each letter. Cursive writing is always looped, connected, and allows the writer to make fluid, pencil-to-paper connections.
Typically taught to second graders, cursive writing is a rite of passage, marking a time of transition from a less rigorous curriculum to a more challenging one. Before beginning instruction, you'll need to determine which of the two major styles is best for your students.
Instructing cursive writing relies on specific steps from you as the teacher. Students will need to use many of their senses at the same time as well as several hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills. This can be overwhelming for some students. Be aware of the challenge as you move forward and encourage everyone to be patient.

Begin by telling students what letters or sequences you'll be focusing on that day. For a stronger connection, relate it to the previous lesson as follows: ''Yesterday, we learned and practiced the letters A, C and D. Today, we'll continue by learning curved letters O, Q and G.''
If today is your first lesson, bring enthusiasm and excitement with you as you begin. After stating your purpose, tell students how to form the letters but don't show them just yet. Allow this specific verbal instruction to create a place in their brains that will connect later to the second step - modeling.” ---- Sharon Linde.


FREE DOWNLOAD CURSIVE ALPHABET FLASH CARDS


Flash Card Design 2 – Letter H


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