Recommended for Grade 2. Manuscript. 144 pages.
A Reason for Handwriting Level B Student Worktext begins with 10 daily lessons reviewing manuscript letter formation. After completing the review, the work text proceeds to 30 weekly lessons, which each provide 10-15 minutes of daily practice. On days 1 - 3, your child will write letters and words from the week's Scripture verse. On day 4, she will transcribe the entire verse on a piece of practice paper. On the final day, she'll select a Border Sheet from the back of the book, and write the week's Scripture verse in her best handwriting, then use her creativity to color the design on the Border Sheet.
Note: The weekly verse in A Reason For Handwriting Level B corresponds with the same week's theme verse in A Reason For Spelling Level B, thus reinforcing the Scripture content of each lesson.
Download a sample lesson here.
Item #: 10200
This Student Worktext is 100% recyclable.
This is my 3rd year using A Reason for and we love it. My daughters handwriting has improving so much since we started. I love the scripture base of the program. Ill recommend this to any parent who is struggling understanding what your kids are writing!
LOVE LOVE the handwriting and spelling. They are hands down great for any abilities. The kids all love them too.
My family and I really like the Reason for Handwriting books. I like that it builds on the weekly scripture a little each day. I do also read the KJV scripture from our Bible to my child since the scriptures in A Reason for Handwriting are not KJV. [Source: Rainbow Resource, March 28, 2018]
The Reason for Handwriting series has been just what we needed for handwriting in our homeschool. Love the fact that it gives them scripture to copy. Truly a "reason for handwriting". My daughter is currently doing B student workbook, and she enjoys it. Also have a son doing another in the series. He doesn't eat up the handwriting quite like his sister:) but he doesn't complain about these books. It can easily be tailored to the needs of the student. I definitely recommend it. [Source: Rainbow Resource, December 21, 2016]
We have always used the italic handwriting. It has worked very well through many children. I purchased this for my 7 yr. old. She is left handed and is having trouble deciding which way to form her letters. So far this seems to be helping. I like the pages in the back for her best work. She likes that too. It gives us a completed project to show her writing lesson. Only thing better would be to have it be less costly and use some KJV verses. [Source: Rainbow Resource, December 11, 2016]