Left Hand Writing Skills Funky Formation and Flow by Mark Stewart, Heather Stewart
  

Synopsis

Left Hand Writing Skills Funky Formation and Flow by Mark Stewart, Heather Stewart

The second book of the Left Hand Writing Skills series, containing a further 28 worksheets, begins with revision of the essential letter formation exercises in Book 1. The following worksheets focus on the flow of letters into word formation. Through extensive practice with patterns, different forms of letter-joining and full word formation, the left-handed writer should have begun to establish the fundamental good habits of hold, position and control which handwriting requires. The antics of Pencil Pat and his gang keep up the level of enjoyment and satisfaction as the child works through these exercises.

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A very well researched series that covers all the basic skills - in an interesting and lively way - to help children who are left-handed develop the art of writing. Clive Wilkinson - Head of School Improvement and Achievement Division, Worcester CC Educational Services.

About the Author

Authors Mark and Heather Stewart have many years' experience in educational requirements for left-handers. Their training guidelines have been endorsed by the DfES and are incorporated in the National Literacy Strategy.

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Format

Spiral bound
34 pages

Author

Mark Stewart, Heather Stewart
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Publisher

Robinswood Press

Publication date

1st April 2005

ISBN

9781869981785


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