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With everything going digital in today’s tech savvy world, handwriting practice is going by the wayside in many districts. However, kids are advancing into higher grades without being able to read or write in cursive. Contrary to popular belief, handwriting is still an essential component in and outside of school. The discipline remains a subjec
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t that needs to be taught.
With Evan-Moor’s diverse selection of handwriting practice books and resources, teachers, homeschoolers and parents can make handwriting fun.
Evan-Moor has a collection of handwriting books for grades pre-kindergarten through six. They address manuscript handwriting as well as traditional and contemporary cursive writing. The daily handwriting practice exercises address all the crucial elements of handwriting mechanics such as spacing, correct letter formation and placement while teaching them in a relevant manner.
Kids get daily handwriting practice while leaning vital concepts like rhyme and geography fun facts. Evan-Moor’s Daily Handwriting Practice books make for excellent morning do-now’s to get students focused as soon as they enter the room. Use them for homework, center work or enrichment activities. Daily handwriting resources have a Daily Handwriting Practice teacher’s edition that is available in print or an e-book version. There are consumable student practice books for order as well as class packs, so forget about needing to make copies every day.
Homeschoolers will also find Evan-Moor’s Daily Handwriting Practice workbooks and enhanced workbooks an asset in their individualized classrooms. The lesson plans are easy-to-follow and implement, giving students the handwriting essentials they need. Parents looking for summer practice work for their children may also want to give the penmanship workbooks a try, especially if their school district is moving away from handwriting practice in the classroom. Students really do need to learn how to form manuscript and cursive letters correctly. Handwriting is not a dying art and will always have a place. Let Evan-Moor.com help your students learn and maintain the handwriting practice they need for a signature.