A Developmental Approach for Learning How to Print. Children must be able to draw 9 handwriting strokes in order to correctly print alphabet letters. The alphabet activities in this set are organized by letter formation allowing children to first print straight line letters (i.e. I, L, T, etc) and then move on to more complicated letters (i.e. S, f, q, etc.). This approach makes learning to print a successful experience! Also - if you make a mistake, no problem - just erase and try it again!
When printing, start on the green dot and stop on the red dot. To remove crayon, wipe off with a dry, clean cloth.
Includes: 26, 5.5" x 8.5" write on/wipe off activities, 8 crayons in a sturdy box for easy transporting and storage.