Learn how to write the alphabet correctly with this innovative handwriting Alphabet Manual. It's perfect for learning letter formation at home or in the classroom, from nursery to secondary school. We've used the easy reading Sassoon Font and each letter has the starting point and directional arrows to show how to write the letters correctly. Letters are grouped into their handwriting families and the unique overlay demonstrates the root letters, making it perfect for learning how one letter easily transforms into five other letters.
Both capital and lowercase letters are shown together with shaded guidelines to help with the correct size and height of each letter. We have also included the unique Morrells bounce symbol to show the return direction of each letter to help children achieve an automatic movement and build muscle memory.
A perfect resource for handwriting practice and for building good finger and wrist control. This manual will also encourage good pencil control in the dynamic tripod grip which will enable speedy and fluent pain-free handwriting in later life. A great way to teach handwriting in line with the National Curriculum.
Publisher: Morrells Handwriting
Number of pages: 42
Weight: 275 g
Dimensions: 160 x 210 x 15 mm
We love how you can easily see the root letter transforming into other letters! Emma, Parent; Simple and easy to follow! Sophie, Deputy Headteacher; We can't thank Sue enough for the expert advice she gave to us, to support our son James with his handwriting. Lots of practical tips about the way he gripped the pencil, sat and positioned his work, were invaluable. The workbooks are easy to use and aren't too overwhelming for children who are sometimes reluctant to work at something they find difficult. We'd recommend Morrells Handwriting to any parent or teacher who needs to give a child extra support. Brian & Nada and James!; Alleyn's Junior school has embraced the Morrells' Handwriting scheme wholeheartedly and have found it to be an excellent programme from Reception upwards. The children enjoy using the workbooks and the worksheets that are provided and the standard of handwriting is definitely improving throughout the school. I would encourage any teacher to try it out for themselves and see how popular it is with the children. Pat Reed, SEN Teacher - 2020