I easily created these worksheets on my own and am sharing them with you for a sponsored post by StartWrite .
“What would you like to write about today?” That’s all I have to ask my daughter to get her excited about handwriting practice. Usually I write down a sentence or short story for Audrey to copy in a notebook. She rewrites the sentence and then draws a picture to go with it. It’s her story so she is excited to make it come to life. The style of her handwriting however is starting to resemble mine, which is not pretty.
Then I was introduced to StartWrite, the Handwriting Worksheet Wizard. Not only has it sparked in Audrey an even greater passion to write and create stories of her own, but it is improving her handwriting style too.
Even if your children don’t like handwriting practice, this is the perfect solution. You can customize the size, color, and formation guides of the letters to fit your children’s age and ability. The features enable you to play off of their favorite things or use the holidays to create a themed educational activity. Add images, borders, and blank spaces to capture their attention and make it fun!
Here are just a few of the features included in the software. Click here for a full list.
- Letter Outline (Shown Below)
- Color letters
- Spanish Fonts
- Border Art
- Area Highlight
- Font Shading
- Cursive Fonts
- Math Fonts
- Free Clip Art
There are so many uses for custom handwriting worksheets, but here are a few I thought of:
- Teaching correct letter formation
- Printed lettering practice
- Cursive lettering practice
- Bible Memory Verse Worksheets
- Theme/Unit Study Worksheets
- Customized Lined Sheets
- Custom Writing Prompts
- Holiday and Birthday Letters
I love how easy it is to transfer my daughter’s creative ideas into these printables. It is an amazing tool for anyone looking to give their children’s writing skills a boost!
Plus, the video tutorials will help you learn to use the program in minutes. But if you’re not in a creative mood, there are hundreds of practice sheet templates available for purchase that you can customize. And you don’t want to miss the 52 weeks of handwriting ideas on their blog that include themes, activities, and crafts to make handwriting an exciting multi-subject experience!
The thing I love most about StartWrite is the learning habits my children are developing. The joy that they receive from writing is invaluable!
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