Do you have a child that is struggling with their handwriting skills? Or maybe just starting to teach handwriting? If so then these handwriting worksheets are for you!
I know this is a common concern for parents, so I have created a HUGE handwriting binder to address this issue. This binder includes 48 pages of printable handwriting worksheets for handwriting practice.
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This binder has handwriting practice for all ages. There are line mazes that will help your child with pencil control. Line tracing and also letter practice.
You can slip these handwriting worksheets into sleeve protectors and use dry erase markers on them so you can get longer use from them. It’s a fun way for children to practice their handwriting skills.
Free Handwriting Practice Sheets
Handwriting practice sheets are beneficial because it helps students to practice their pencil control, which ultimately helps to improve their handwriting. There is the old saying “practice makes perfect”, but remember that’s not always the case. It’s more like “practice makes BETTER”. So be patient with your students as they go through these handwriting practice sheets.
What age should children start using handwriting practice sheets?
Truth is that children of all ages can benefit from using handwriting practice sheets. There is no specific age set for improving handwriting. We can all use a little more practice from time to time.
How to use handwriting practice sheets?
As stated above, you can slip these worksheets into plastic sheet protectors so that you can reuse them over and over again. I like to use the wet-erase markers on these, but dry-erase can work just as well (sometimes it will smear more though). I suggest only doing 1-2 pages of these worksheets a day. Pay attention to what your child can tolerate and go from there. You want them to have sufficient handwriting practice, but you also don’t want to burn them out either.
I hope this helps and I hope you and your students get to enjoy these handwriting worksheets!
P.S. If you are looking for a full curriculum, check out our complete, ready-to-go curriculums below!