Written by THRIVE Program Teacher, Tyson Schoeber • Last Updated: 02-25-2013
For kids who've struggled in school, there are many good reasons to learn handwriting! — and the free, printable worksheets and supports found here can help them do just that!
Our approach introduces the whole alphabet in small groups of just three or four letters — using only four key shapes! The letters are introduced in a specific order with new skills building upon past learning! You'll find a variety of pages for every letter but kids don't necessarily have to do every one!
Click on these images to jump right to the pages for that set:
You can use these links, too:
- Our Starters pages introduce the letters c, a, d and g. If you don't have a color printer, you can still use the black and white set we created a few years ago!
- The Kite Strings pages build on the first set and slowly introduce nine more letters, in three small groups: i, u, w, t, j, p, r, s and o.
- The Loops Group include all of the earlier letters and add six more letters: h, k, b, f, l and e.
- The Hills and Valleys set completes the lower-case alphabet with all of the remaining letters: n, m, v, y, x, z, and q.
- At long last, we have begun creating our own pages for the Capital Letters! All of these new pages are in draft form so your feedback is welcome! More pages are being added every week!