Fun ways to discover the joy of handwriting for kids ages 6 to 11
Give your child a hand with their print handwriting. The Print Handwriting Workbook for Kids is filled with awesome exercises to help kids in grades K-2 learn to print. Show your aspiring writer how to perfect their printing with detailed letter guides and illustrated pages filled with jokes that make learning entertaining and fun.
The Print Handwriting Workbook for Kids includes:
The complete guide to printing—Help your child master print handwriting with lessons on letters, words, and sentences.
Fun and funny—Colorful illustrations and silly riddles make it enjoyable for kids to practice their printing.
Handwriting for beginners—Easy-to-follow guides feature numbered arrows that show stroke order and direction.
Make print handwriting a blast for your young writer with The Print Handwriting Workbook for Kids.
About the Author
CRYSTAL RADKE is a bestselling author, educational leader, and public speaker. After spending time as a kindergarten teacher, she began her consultant business where she mentors early childhood educators by providing inspirational keynotes and powerful professional development.
"There are so many aspects that go into learning how to write in print. The Print Handwriting Workbook for Kids truly helps to simplify—in a very fun way—learning how to write in print. As a pediatric occupational therapist and a mother, I will absolutely be using this wonderful workbook for many years to come!"-Samantha Adkins, Registered Occupational Therapist (OTR)
”Whether you a have a child who struggles with handwriting or just needs a little extra practice, the The Print Handwriting Workbook for Kids is the perfect tool. It’s colorful, easy to follow, and filled with witty jokes your kids will repeat long after they are done practicing their handwriting. Invest in your child’s future and purchase this book today!”—Elizabeth Oates, Author, Speaker, and founder of Collab Conference for Writers.
"The Print Handwriting Workbook for Kids is great for the kindergarten classroom because it's filled with jokes that make learning fun. Kids love to tell jokes, and the humor gives them a way to interact with the work instead of just doing the work. What a clever idea!"—Callie Goike, Team Lead and Kindergarten Teacher