This set of sturdy 8.5" x 11" Alphabet Wall Sheets features one letter in both upper and lower case on each sheet. Manuscript on one side, cursive on the other, with directional arrows to illustrate proper letter formation. A corresponding image for each letter provides visual reinforcement. These durable wall sheets are an excellent resource for the school room.
We used this program for the first time last year my daughter's 1st grade year I LOVED that God and His Word were integrated into a handwriting assignment What made it even better is that there was virtually no prep necessary My daughter even looked forward to doing her handwriting I prefer the style of writing (compared to italic) taught in this curriculum and appreciate the small steps it takes to make the transition to cursive easier (writing a lowercase a b d etc in one step) We also purchased the A Reason For Handwriting Manu/Cursive Wall Sheets and put them in plastic sheet protectors in a "handwriting binder" so my daughter could flip through and remember what to do when she got stuck on a letter We purchased the Student Desk Card to have something similar to the wall sheets in a portable/travel size Every week my daughter would look forward to finishing her week by picking out a "special page" out of the Reason for Handwriting Border Book and doing her very best printing and then coloring the border picture We saved all her special pages in a report cover and it was fun to look back over the year and see her progress We will be doing A Reason For Handwriting again this year for second grade and I know we'll both be looking forward to it! [Source: Rainbow Resource, September 1, 2009]
These wall sheets have been very helpful for my daughter. They are large enough to see the letters in full detail from across the room, but still small enough to store away neatly when not in use. They are sturdy and well laminated so they should last quite a long time.I give them four stars instead of five only because I wish the set came with a wall chart showing ALL of the upper and lower case letters together. That would have been very helpful. Even so, these wall sheets are great. [Source: Christian Book, November 7, 2008]