These fun and inviting books have lots for students to do on every page.
Patterning exercises allow students to become familiar with the basic movements used in letter formation, and assist in the development of fine motor skills.
Two pages of tracing and tracking exercises for each letter provide students with plenty of practice in letter formation. A seahorse character demonstrates the positioning of letters within lines, and the relevant letter is also featured within a simple illustration as a memory aid for students.
Handwriting is one of the most crucial skills students will develop in primary school. Targeting Handwriting covers the handwriting curriculum in a clear and structured way, with content directly linked to NSW syllabus outcomes. Writing is a vital, compelling form of communication.
Children need to writeeveryday for a variety of purposes and for a variety of audiences. To be competent writers, their handwriting needs to be fluent and legible.