My Printing Book Student Workbook

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Item #: 007472
ISBN: 9781939814456
Grade: 1

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Publisher: Handwriting Without Tears
Pages: 94
Dimensions: 10.6 x 8.1 x 0.7 inches
Grade Range: 1

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Gentle Approach Appreciated
Both my boys struggle with handwriting. Thanks for making such a user friendly book. My 6-year-old never once fought with his writing assignment, and his handwriting is looking better (most of the time).
January 7, 2018
Purchased
11 months ago
Nice book
All easy pages for a busy mom to hand out for kids to work on independently.
October 6, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
Simple and easy to give paterning ques to insure corect method of handwritting.
May 24, 2016
Purchased
over 2 years ago
My favorite thing about "My Printing Book" is that it is addressed to the child, not the teacher. In the very front of the book, there is a letter to the student that even encourages him/her to color the pictures, and in effect, "own" the book for his/her own. We are using it this year with my 6 year-old son, who has never enjoyed handwriting, and as a result, as never excelled at it. Last year, (his kindergarten year), we used another curriculum and ended up putting handwriting away completely toward the end of the year (February or March, maybe?) because it had become such a sore spot for much frustration between me and him. I just decided we'd try again this year with a fresh start with a new curriculum. So far, (we're about 2/3 of the way through it), it has not been the cure-all for our handwriting frustrations that I wish it could be, but while he still doesn't like handwriting, it's not as stressful as it was last year! Because it's addressed to him, contains interesting sentences to copy, and plenty of pictures, he's more willing to give it a chance, and for that reason, I'm seriously considering ordering another book just like it once he's finished and letting him complete the whole thing all over again.
November 8, 2015
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Such a help for my young writer
My youngest was struggling with forming her letters and I was nervous about teaching her correctly as she is strongly left handed and I'm not. This book helped bridge the gap for us and she has done very well! I highly recommend this program.
October 24, 2015
Purchased
over 3 years ago
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This is our main handwriting instruction book, we enjoyed the K level one so we are going to continue with it.
Paula N on Oct 17, 2018
My older son did well with the Writing Without Tears workbook. I believe it'll be good practice for my younger daughter to improve the quality of her handwriting.
Matthew C on Oct 8, 2018
This is our main handwriting instruction book, we enjoyed the K level one so we are going to continue with it.
Paula N on Oct 17, 2018
a lot of people recommended it.
Kristen F on Oct 14, 2018
My older son did well with the Writing Without Tears workbook. I believe it'll be good practice for my younger daughter to improve the quality of her handwriting.
Matthew C on Oct 8, 2018
my son's writing program this year. great material
naomi a on Sep 21, 2018
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Grace F on Sep 2, 2018
I've used HWT with my oldest son and figured this would be a good fit for my youngest.
Lakeisha K on Aug 27, 2018
We really liked the kindergarten workbook and are continuing with the same curriculum for first grade. My daughter's OT recommended HWWT and it's been great for her given that fine motor skills like handwriting are very challenging for her.
Kate U on Aug 25, 2018
This workbook made handwriting fun for my now 9 year old. Ordering now for my 6 year old because I know he will enjoy it just as much!
Ashley D on Aug 15, 2018
It is needed for my son's Book Shark curriculum.
Rachel D on Aug 12, 2018
It is a very good starting book for my 1st grader.
User on Aug 4, 2018
Love Handwriting Without Tears.
Sarah W on Aug 4, 2018
Trying a new method for my child
User on Aug 1, 2018
I am looking forward to trying this handwriting program out with my first grader.
User on Jul 31, 2018
Handwriting Without Tears is recommended by Occupational Therapists and is great for kids who struggle to write!
Ben P on Jul 31, 2018
My children love this program and learn grammar/writing skills in the process.
Jennifer H on Jul 25, 2018
We love handwriting without tears. We used it for our first time homeschooling last year and my daughter did very well with it, so we are continuing it this year!
Kelley S on Jul 23, 2018
Best handwriting workbook!
Meagan F on Jul 17, 2018
My 1st grader isn't ready for cursive, but has completed several other handwriting books. I need something just to help her practice a little each day and this looks like it will work perfectly until she is mature enough to move to cursive.
Michelle J on Jul 4, 2018
Looks good to teach my son writing skills.
Jami H on Jun 1, 2018
Good for him to review his writing as sometimes he forgets the basics.
Chingfen Hsieh B on May 20, 2018
Easy & Effective program
Angela B on Mar 30, 2018
This program is one that is recommended in "The Well-Trained Mind". I like the way the letters are introduced in groups based on letter formation.
Christine B on Feb 24, 2018
I tried a different handwriting book but after months saying remember how you wrote in your kindergarten book i just thought we should go back to it
User on Feb 17, 2018
This is just an easy way to get some handwriting practice. I found that I really didn't need the teachers manual for this one (so far). My kids all do HWOT workbooks. They are nice practice, and reminders on how to properly form letters.
Lindsey C on Feb 16, 2018
Love the Handwriting Without Tears series!!
Ryan F on Feb 13, 2018
used in the past
Abby L on Dec 8, 2017
We liked the kinder level of this program.
Kelley D on Oct 3, 2017
I like the instruction in this type of handwriting
Rebecca P on Sep 21, 2017
homeschool
Catania L on Sep 17, 2017
Perfect leveled writing for my kids!
Julia H on Sep 9, 2017
Used it before and liked it.
Michelle R on Sep 7, 2017
Several friends recommended this series. My child has dyslexia.
Julie S on Sep 4, 2017
needed it for school
Jonie S on Aug 31, 2017
Recommended by friend
Sarah D on Aug 31, 2017
i've heard good things about handwriting without tears and wanted something easy and convenient for my 1st grader
Stephanie L on Aug 31, 2017
Continuing on after Letters and Numbers for Me.
Megan W on Aug 19, 2017
Suggested by a friend.
Elizabeth D on Aug 15, 2017
Curriculum for private Christian school
Kenneth O on Aug 10, 2017
easy consistent way to teach print
Elizabeth U on Aug 5, 2017
I'm an OT and am familiar with how it works
Jennifer P on Aug 4, 2017
We used HWT for kindergarten and it was very successful. We intend on using this curriculum through elementary school to establish a good base in penmanship.
Joshua H on Jul 10, 2017
I chose this workbook to help my soon to be first grade son with his writing skills over the summer.
Emily M on Jun 14, 2017
I have children with special needs that need this visual type of approach to handwriting.
Lisa K on Jun 3, 2017
My kids like HWT a lot. We have been using the program for a couple of years.
Christina O on May 31, 2017
My child has dyslexia and this is helping with reversals.
STEVEN S on Feb 25, 2017
Starting to refine printing
David S on Feb 25, 2017
We have absolutely loved the kindergarten level of this curriculm!
Cyndi M on Feb 25, 2017
My 5 year old quickly and joyfully finished the kindergarten level and is ready for the next level.
Katherine H on Jan 18, 2017
Finished with K book halfway through the year, and need to move on. I think it is helpful practice.
Amanda R on Jan 17, 2017
Recommended by occupational therapist and the next book in HWT.
Susan S on Jan 2, 2017
a lot of people recommended it.
Kristen F on Oct 14, 2018
my son's writing program this year. great material
naomi a on Sep 21, 2018
I have a second grader (3rd in fall) who is not brilliant at handwriting. Which book would be good to start with? He can write but it is barely legible and I want something for him to sit and do so he slows down and writes correctly. Would the first grade or second grade book be better to start for correcting the poor writing?
User on Apr 28, 2018
BEST ANSWER: You can probably start with Printing Power, but you should know that the strength of this program lies in its multisensory approach. I strongly recommend getting the teacher's manual and using the strategies it covers for helping your child physically prepare for writing. My kids loved the wood pieces for capital letters, but the roll-a-dough letters and chalk slate for the wet-dry try are also good choices.

The HWOT website is also full of good ideas and free printables that will help you. I use it for custom copywork pages.
Printing Power Plus Workbook Set
Printing Power Plus Workbook Set
Roll-A-Dough Letters
Roll-A-Dough Letters
Wood Pieces Set for Capital Letters
Wood Pieces Set for Capital Letters
I have a second grader (3rd in fall) who is not brilliant at handwriting. Which book would be good to start with? He can write but it is barely legible and I want something for him to sit and do so he slows down and writes correctly. Would the first grade or second grade book be better to start for correcting the poor writing?
A shopper on Apr 28, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I would start with first and be vigilant with practice and every time doing it right. I would say things like well it's not good but will work and now my 4th grader still struggles. Better to be consistent from the beginning.
I am deciding between Letters and Numbers for Me and My Printing Book. My daughter will start Kindergarten this Fall. She already knows how to write her letters but could use help with writing them on the lines and spelling words. Which would be best?
A shopper on Mar 12, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I would go with the My Printing book. It progresses to words and not just letter formation. I think Letters and Numbers for me would just be review for her.
Do I really need the printing teachers guide? Or can I just buy the printing book for my son?
A shopper on Mar 23, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I didn't buy the teachers guide and feel it was not needed. Our son did great just using the workbook.
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