Handwriting Guide: Cursive - Uppercase

Handwriting Guide: Cursive - Uppercase

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Item #: 042969
Grades: PK-K

These durable, clear acrylic stencils help students learn proper letter formation with consistent size and proportion. Each guide features the letters A-Z in either uppercase or lowercase, with numbered directional arrows indicating proper stroke patterns. Each guide features 1" ruled baselines and dotted midlines. The handwriting on each guide progresses from the straight-line printing of the manuscript guide, to traditional cursive guides. The transitional guides bridge the gap between the two styles, the transitional manuscript being slightly slanted, with a few connective strokes, while the transitional cursive is still more slanted, but with more simplified connecting strokes than the letters on the traditional cursive guide. Each guide comes with two #2 pencils. Rachel P.




Primary Subject
Handwriting
Grade Start
PK
Grade End
K
EAN
099707032612
Format
Other
Brand Name
School-Rite
Weight
0.4688 (lbs.)
Dimensions
13.0" x 8.5" x 0.5"
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Because the schools are not teaching cursive writing anymore! I think it is still an important skill to be able to read and write in cursive so will be having my children practice while we are on vacation!
Sue L on Jun 15, 2017
For special needs kids.
Patrick S on Dec 5, 2015
Because the schools are not teaching cursive writing anymore! I think it is still an important skill to be able to read and write in cursive so will be having my children practice while we are on vacation!
Sue L on Jun 15, 2017
Because I believe it is important to learn how to write and read handwritten information. It is a tool that never should have been taken from the elementary classroom.
Toice W on Jan 18, 2017
For special needs kids.
Patrick S on Dec 5, 2015
I want my grandchildren to learn how to write in cursive.
Rylanda W on Nov 7, 2015
Because I believe it is important to learn how to write and read handwritten information. It is a tool that never should have been taken from the elementary classroom.
Toice W on Jan 18, 2017
I want my grandchildren to learn how to write in cursive.
Rylanda W on Nov 7, 2015
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