The Bible Handwriting Practice series is a 3 book series designed to children proper penmanship, guiding them from letter formation to Scripture copywork. To make handwriting practice meaningful, the Bible Handwriting Practice series uses Biblical Passages as model for handwriting practice.
Look What I Can Do! is an introduction to education. The worksheets, rhymes, activities and stories will introduce education to your preschooler and prepare them for kindergarten and beyond by sending the message that learning is fun and exciting.
Look What I Can Do! focuses on preparing a preschooler to read in the not-so-distant future by teaching them to recognize each letter by sight and sound(s).
So…have fun, do each lesson at your child’s pace and be ready to praise them when they say, Look What I Can Do!
The Bible Handwriting Practice series is a 3 book series designed to children proper penmanship to elementary students. Unlike most modern handwriting programs, the Bible Handwriting Practice series uses short Bible passages as models for handwriting.
Upon completion of Book 2 of this series, young students are ready for Level 1 of the Write from History series. The Write from History series is an elementary writing curriculum designed to teach writing via narration, copywork, and studied dictation.
The Bible Handwriting Practice series is a new writing program designed to provide children with meaningful handwriting exercises. This particular volume is the cursive version of Book 1. Over the years we have learned that parents need affordable, yet meaningful, handwriting curricula that will prepare young students for copywork, narration, and studied dictation. Upon completion of Book 1 and 2 of this 3 book series, students are ready for the level 1 books in the Write from History series–an elementary writing curriculum that teaches writing via the Charlotte Mason Method.
Tracing Letters is a fun workbook for preschoolers designed for the youngest writers, teaching preschoolers how to properly form the letters of the alphabet. These young writes are encouraged to trace the letters of the alphabet, first via a large, fun dot-to-dot letter tracing activity. Eventually, they are encouraged to trace smaller sized letters.