Handwriting Transformation

One of my first graders joined our class while I was out on maternity leave. Since I’ve returned she and I have spent a lot of time practicing handwriting together. Her growth in technique and overall neatness has amazed me. The first picture below shows her handwriting the first day I returned to school and the second picture shows her work five weeks later. I am so proud of her, and you can tell how proud she is when she shows me something she’s written.

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Click here to read about my handwriting workbook, and here for handwriting instructions.

 

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2 thoughts on “Handwriting Transformation

  1. This is something I’m going to slooooowww down and work on much more purposefully with my students next year.
    I took way too much for granted!

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