Although these books may not provide as much individual letter practice as other handwriting books, they do provide an adequate amount of instruction and practice, especially for those who already have a general knowledge of letters and numbers. Each letter is presented in alphabetical order, and both uppercase and lowercase letters are taught at the same time. To reinforce letter recognition and to provide additional practice, the manuscript book provides individual words beginning with the featured letter while the cursive book presents simple sentences highlighting the letter. An appealing feature of these books is that they use activities unique to handwriting books to further engage children while learning their letters. Children will answer jokes and riddles at the manuscript level and a-z themed trivia questions in the cursive book. Whether you're looking for your starter handwriting book or a novel way to reinforce current handwriting skills, look no further. Please note: these books are not reproducible. Enh
These materials are mostly practice; any instruction is limited.