Works good book just as good as a few others so will keep this one
1. There are a lot of pages uppercase and lowercase with the site words
2. The layout is well done and they’re able to write the upper and lower case letters and move towards the site words at the end of the book with other exercises so it’s a good book and there are a lot of pages
3. has the full alphabet and a lot more this book is worth the money
Love how kids can learn from this
Awesome resource!! Since having to homeschool my 2nd grader. I must say this writing book has been a big help. With all the online learning my son started to lack in his writing. This has helped us so much stay on task.
Beautiful book! Just I was looking for- my 4 year old has been interested in working on writing letters. This book is perfect & very nice quality. A great way to practice penmanship & letter shapes. Even has directional map of each letter for how to make the parts of the letters. Also has both upper & lower case. Love it!!!
I would love this book! The repetitive tracing activities, the word practices in the back - those are terrific. Very recommended.
Awesome book for learning... kids have lots of practice space and learn how each letter should be made! Love it.. also good quality paper in the book so that is a plus!
Bought this for my 2 young kids age 3 +6 to practice at home during the pandemic. My 6 yrs old is ok with the picture since he's older but I find that the ABC of the pictures are a bit complicated for a 3 yrs old. As for the writting it's nothing special and I can actually go online and print some myself. Please give me a helpful vote if you find this review useful
As a retired 5th gradeteacher, we weren’t required to teach handwriting because it’s typically taught in 2nd through 4 th grades. However, we had to take time out of our curriculum to teach it because the students were busy learning computer skills. We couldn’t read even their cursive, and when we expected to be able to read their cursive, forget it! We Purchased these books and taught it ourselves. It’s a sad day when students leave high school still not writing legibly. I bought these for my grandchildren to get them ready for these pre-school lessons.