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Handwriting Without Tears PreK Curriculum View All

Children learn joyfully with the multisensory readiness activities in Handwriting Without Tears' My First School Book. This updated version of the award-winning Get Set for School activity book helps children of different abilities develop crucial readiness and pre-writing skills such as:

Social-emotional activities for school readiness
Basic habits for letter and number formation
Music and movement
Building and drawing
And more!

Handwriting Without Tears Kindergarten Curriculum View All

Handwriting without Tears aims to make legible and fluent handwriting an automatic, mastered skill. Simple for home educators to use, children develop their writing skills through multisensory play-based instruction. Activities with hands-on materials-Wood Pieces Set, Capital Letter Cards, Mat, CDs, Slate Chalkboard, and Blackboard-address different senses to teach correct formation, spacing, sequencing, and other writing skills.

The student workbook provides the examples, practices, and exercises for the kindergarten student. Perfect for children who need to develop fine motor skills, are still learning prepositions and direction terms, and do not yet know or write letters and numbers, this course will provide a fun, multisensory curriculum to start off their language arts knowledge.

Handwriting without Tears Grade 1 View All

Perfect for students who are learning to print lowercase letters and could use some capital and number review, students who are writing words and simple sentences should be placed in this level of Handwriting without Tears. Lessons emphasize the correct use of lowercase letters in words and sentences, while "Learn & Check" sections help teachers and students check letter, word, and sentence skills. Activity pages combine handwriting instruction with other language arts lessons.

Handwriting without Tears Grade 2 View All

This second grade kit is designed for children in the second grade or functioning at that level. This curriculum is perfect for students who need to practice lowercase letter formation, placement on lines, or spacing; a child who needs a quick review of capitals and numbers; and a child who is writing sentences and paragraphs.

This student workbook provides the examples, practices, and exercises for the 2nd Grade student. Lessons cover capitals and lower case letters, which are arranged according to their formation; number instructions are also provided.

Handwriting without Tears Grade 3 View All

This third grade kit is designed for children in the third grade or functioning at that level. This curriculum is perfect for students ready for cursive writing and who haven't been introduced to its mechanics, or for older students struggling with cursive.

The 3rd grade student workbook provides the examples, practices, and exercises. Lesson plans incorporate letter review with words and sentences, while activity pages combine handwriting instruction with writing paragraphs, poems, compositions, and other language arts activities.

Handwriting without Tears Grade 4 View All

This fourth grade kit is designed for children in the fourth grade or functioning at that level. This curriculum is perfect for children who need to review the formation of lowercase cursive letters, work on the connections between cursive letters, and need to develop fluency in cursive writing.

The Cursive Success Student Workbook provides the examples, practices, and exercises for the Handwriting without Tears' 4th Grade student. The portrait-orientation of the paper emphasizes practice with smaller size writing, while the last third of the book gently helps transition students to single lines.

Handwriting without Tears Grade 5 View All

This print fifth grade kit is designed for children in the fifth grade or functioning at that level who prefer printing to cursive. This curriculum is perfect for students who need to practice their writing for better mastery and fluency. Students receive a quick, thorough review of printing while practice pages reinforce other language arts lessons such as grammar and Greek and Latin roots. Lesson plans incorporate letter review with words and sentences, while activity pages combine handwriting instruction with writing paragraphs, poems, thank-you notes, and other language arts activities.