ReadyWriter Drill Masters With SuperSlate
ReadyWriter Drill Masters use a more pictorial (visual) approach to learning strokes, letters and numbers. Each exercise is a scene from Farmer Brown's farm with a fun little story. They will complete pictures, go through mazes, and trace letters and numbers. This is a basic print program that can be used with young children as young as four. They will be developing fine motor skills while learning to print.
ReadyWriter now comes with the SuperSlate feature. The SuperSlate is a reusable, transparent overlay that fastens firmly over your drill sheet that has been placed on the base. Use only a #2 pencil or mechanical pencil with aN HB lead to write answers to the drill problems. Flip the sheet over to check your answers, then clean the overlay with a bit of petroleum jelly and dry cloth or tissue. The SuperSlate allows you to use your ReadyWriter Drill Masters repeatedly. ~ Donna
Stylus Skills and Beginning Penmanship
Turn sloppy scrawlersinto skillful scribes with ReadyWriter® Penmanship Drills!
Each beautiful ReadyWriter® exercise portrays a scene from Farmer Brown's farm, with a fun story from the Instructor's Guide to set the context. What makes ReadyWriter so fun and unique is that your kids don't know they're practicing "fundamental stylus strokes"" they're having fun filling-in missing parts of pictures that go along with the stories! ReadyWriter contains 16 drill levels. It starts with exercises that drill your students in the six fundamental stylus strokes from which printed and cursive letters and numerals are formed. In later exercises, as your kids practice complete letters, the characters will likely flow easily, without the 'jaggies' which so often plague the penmanship of young students.
These ReadyWriter® drill master sheets are accompanied by the amazing SuperSlate, which allows you to use the drill sheets repeatedly. The SuperSlate features a plastic transparent overlay, on which the student writes his/her answers with a regular #2 pencil or mechanical pencil. Simply wipe off the overlay with a tissue and petroleum jelly, so your students can use the drill sheets over and over without ever having to print or reproduce new drill sheets!
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