Letter Tracing and Handwriting Practice Book: Trace Letters and Numbers Workbook of the Alphabet and Sight Words, Preschool, Pre K, Kids Ages 3-5 + 5- (Paperback)
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Have your child learn handwriting, alphabet, numbers and words through letter tracing
- 3 difficulty levels to establish the basics and provide further challenges- 4 basics of writing: Lines and Curves, Alphabet ABC, Numbers 0-9 and sentences- 26 cute colorable pictures, one for each letter of the alphabet- Structured approach to learning
Handwriting tracing and the identification of numbers and letters are foundational skills that form the basis of your child's academic future.This letter tracing work book enables your child to learn the basics of handwriting with a structured and fun approach to letters and numbers. As your child's confidence and skill increase through practice, so does the complexity and difficulty to further hone his skill.
Level 1: Establishes the basics of letter printing or handwritingLines and CurvesAlphabet ABCNumbers 0-9
Level 2: Simple Sight WordsApplication of the basics of letter writing to form wordsVisual and physical involvement teaches children to recognize words on sightForm the foundation for sentencesAccompanied with drawings to illustrate the word Level 3: Simple SentencesApplication of handwriting and sight words to form sentencesFurther strengthens skills through practice and repetitionAids in grammar and sentence formation
The variety of exercises in this handwriting practice book for kids are guaranteed to be helpful in building hand-eye coordination, dexterity and muscle memory and is great for kids of all ages from nursery, preschool, pre k, kindergarten and kids ages 3-5 and 5 -6.
Handwriting has its place even in the midst of technology.A case study published in the US National Library of Medicine National Institute of Health states that letter tracing and handwriting has significant benefits over typing on electronic devices. The study tested the effect on brain engagement with traditional handwriting and typing on a tablet. The conclusion was that tracing and handwriting activates and engages both the left side of the brain which is responsible for language and logic and the motor cortex. Stimulation of these parts of the brain can provide benefits for the development of your child's brain and scholastic performance in the future.