Early Writing Book 2 by Anne Forster, Paul Martin
  

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Early Writing Book 2 by Anne Forster, Paul Martin

Early Writing is a series of graded activity books designed to help children learn correct letter formation and develop a clear, flowing handwriting style. Early Writing Book 2 introduces letter shapes in a logical sequence: letters starting with a vertical straight line, letters formed using an anti-clockwise stroke and finally those formed with diagonal lines. The handwriting script features a 'flick' exit stroke that helps to lay a sound foundation for joined-up writing. All 26 letters are shown in correct alphabetical order at the back of the book. This book is suitable for young children learning to write and those in Key Stage 1 who need further practice in pencil control.

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Format

Paperback
21 pages

Author

Anne Forster, Paul Martin
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Publisher

Schofield & Sims Ltd

Publication date

31st March 2000

ISBN

9780721708300


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