A Developmental Approach for Teaching the 9 Strokes Necessary for Learning How to Print. Gives children the opportunity to practice formations of the letters of the alphabet. Make a mistake? No problem - just erase and begin over! Children trace the dotted lines, start on the green dots and stop on the red dots. To remove crayon, wipe off with a dry clean cloth.
They are taught first how to make "tall" and "long" straight lines and then move on to more complicated strokes such as slanted lines, circles, and curved lines. The nine strokes for learning how to practice are:
tall straight lines
long straight lines
slanted up lines
slanted down lines
left ear strokes
right ear strokes
Includes 26 5.5" x 8.5" write on/wipe/off activities and 8 crayons all in a sturdy colorful storage box. Children feel successful and learn correct handwriting skills!