Recommended for Kindergarten, but can also be used for beginning penmanship practice at the preschool level. Handwriting mechanics and manuscript letter formation.
Download a sample lesson here.
Both the Teacher Guidebook and Student Worktext are 100% recyclable.
My daughter is really enjoying this handwriting book. It is simple and doesn’t require too much for one lesson. I’m so glad I picked up these books.
We waited to begin ANY schooling until age 6.5, and this is exactly what I needed. I read enough positive reviews on the curriculum that bought the whole package (through Book F). So far, no regrets.
Definitely buy the teacher's edition. You will be missing half the curriculum of you don't, like they say. My son loves the animal info that is exclusive to the teacher's book, and even though I have fine penmanship, the instructions seem vital to correct order of strokes that will prepare us for cursive.
I'm excited to advance to the levels where we write scripture. A Christ- centered curriculum is a must for us.
These books are so awesome. My son can now write independently with proper letter formation!!! Learning about God's creatures too!!!! [Source: Rainbow Resource, June 28, 2017]
I really like the older levels of this because if the scripture copy work, but I do not like this one (which is the most important since it's the formation of letters). The way they teach how to make letters is frustrating because of the placement of the 'dot' to begin to make the circles in letters like o,p,d,g,b. It isn't a natural way to draw a circle. I wish I could get a refund and pick a different curriculum... [Source: Rainbow Resource, October 15, 2018]
The "Handwriting K" book was very appropriate for my daughter's current handwriting abilities and teaches writing skills in a very logical manner. [Source: Christian Book, November 9, 2009]