Handwriting Level K Student Worktext

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Recommended for Kindergarten, but can also be used for beginning penmanship practice at the preschool level. 144 pages.

A Reason For Handwriting Level K begins with exercises to practice the mechanics of handwriting (such as making circles and straight or slanted lines). After eight such lessons, the student work text then proceeds to lowercase letter formation and practice, followed by upper case. There are 52 two-page lessons focusing on each letter of the alphabet in upper and lower case, with nine two-page review lessons appearing periodically through the course of the work. The book concludes with four two-page review lessons.

ISBN: 0-936785-37-3

Item #: 10050


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Based on 24 reviews
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Handwriting Level K Student Worktext

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J.C.
Great Handwriting books!

I purchased a Kindergarten level and Transition level and am very pleased with how they teach handwriting!

T
T.
Level A is GREAT, but Level K is just ok.

I love the Level A workbook, but the level K is underwhelming. I wish I had gotten Level A for my kindergartener as well as for my 1st grader. The Level A truly gives the student a reason to practice handwriting, because they are working towards writing the scripture at the end of the week. Level K doesn’t have the same reason behind it; students are just tracing letters and coloring pictures.

L
L.A.
Perfect!

This is working much better than the curriculum I originally bought. It’s not too daunting for kids.

J
J.R.
Great Job!

I appreciate your quick and friendly service. I can always count on you.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 24 reviews
83%
(20)
17%
(4)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
A
A.H.

Handwriting Level K Student Worktext

J
J.C.
Great Handwriting books!

I purchased a Kindergarten level and Transition level and am very pleased with how they teach handwriting!

T
T.
Level A is GREAT, but Level K is just ok.

I love the Level A workbook, but the level K is underwhelming. I wish I had gotten Level A for my kindergartener as well as for my 1st grader. The Level A truly gives the student a reason to practice handwriting, because they are working towards writing the scripture at the end of the week. Level K doesn’t have the same reason behind it; students are just tracing letters and coloring pictures.

L
L.A.
Perfect!

This is working much better than the curriculum I originally bought. It’s not too daunting for kids.

J
J.R.
Great Job!

I appreciate your quick and friendly service. I can always count on you.