Trace and Learn: Letters!
Use this fun workbook to help your child learn how to write letters, or allow them to refine the writing skills they already have!
- Red arrows help guide children in learning to write their letters.
- Includes pages with letters to trace, plus pages with pictures of words beginning with each letter.
- As a handy reference for your child, the entire alphabet appears at the bottom of each page in upper and lower case.
- Cute and colorful alphabet illustrations throughout will keep your kiddo interested.
- Provides plenty of space to trace and practice.
- Thick, smooth-finish pages support a variety of pencils, crayons, and markers.
- Pages are perforated and reproducible.
- 3 bonus activities in the back: 2 dot-to-dots and an alphabet maze!
- The perfect companion for young scholars!
- Learning to write letters helps children develop fine motor skills.
- Studies have shown that writing is an excellent way to activate different parts of the brain.
- Writing also helps children retain more information.
- Paperback workbook measures 8-1/2" wide x 11" high.
- 112 pages.
Using wide 5/8” lines with dotted midlines, these are a nice introduction to handwriting for the beginning writer. Pages are perforated, so tear out a page and work on a flat surface. Each stroke starts at a red dot. Follow the dotted line towards the arrow. Start with dot 1, then dot 2, etc. The next step is tracing over the gray letters and numbers before writing your own. The pages are bright white and 2-sided. Every page of the letters book shows the complete alphabet along the bottom and a sentence across the top includes a cute animal illustration. Letters are a traditional ball-and-stick style. In the numbers book, time is spent on writing numbers 0-20 as well as counting colorful objects. Students might circle the correct answer or write it in. Later, kids have to follow numbers in a maze and complete a simple dot-to-dot. The illustrations are just delightful with a modern flair. The numbers are also rather modern looking. The 1 has the little flag at the top and is not just a straight line down. The 8 is two circles on top of each other. ~Sara