Treasure House - Handwriting Workbook F

Paperback

Treasure House Handwriting is a whole-school programme designed to support children in developing a clear and fluent style of writing. Using precursive and cursive handwriting styles, the programme progresses from introducing the movements and patterns needed to form letters, through to the development of a personal style.

This workbook introduces the fine motor movements and pencil control that will be necessary for the formation of letters and patterns. It provides practice in moving from left to right, keeping within ‘tramlines’ and making the up-and-down and curved movements necessary for letter formation.

RRP: £6.99

ISBN

978-0-00-818970-9

Publication Date

29-03-2016

Format

Paperback

Pages

96 pages

Dimensions

192x265mm

Product Description

Treasure House Handwriting is a whole-school programme designed to support children in developing a clear and fluent style of writing. Using precursive and cursive handwriting styles, the programme progresses from introducing the movements and patterns needed to form letters, through to the development of a personal style.

This workbook introduces the fine motor movements and pencil control that will be necessary for the formation of letters and patterns. It provides practice in moving from left to right, keeping within ‘tramlines’ and making the up-and-down and curved movements necessary for letter formation.

ISBN

978-0-00-818970-9

Publication Date

29-03-2016

Format

Paperback

Pages

96 pages

Dimensions

192x265mm

Product Description

Treasure House Handwriting is a whole-school programme designed to support children in developing a clear and fluent style of writing. Using precursive and cursive handwriting styles, the programme progresses from introducing the movements and patterns needed to form letters, through to the development of a personal style.

This workbook introduces the fine motor movements and pencil control that will be necessary for the formation of letters and patterns. It provides practice in moving from left to right, keeping within ‘tramlines’ and making the up-and-down and curved movements necessary for letter formation.