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3 Table of Contents GETTING READY Sitting Up Top to Bottom Top, Middle, Bottom Left to Right Directions Manuscript Alphabet Writing on the Lines UNIT 1 Finding Straight Lines Finding Curved Lines Straight and Curved Lines Lines in Letters Letter Ii Letter Ll Letter Tt Letter Ff Review Ii, Ll, Tt, Ff A List UNIT 2 Just Right Finding Circles and Lines Circles, Part Circles, and Lines Finding Shapes in Letters Letter Oo Letter Cc Letter Dd Letter Ee Review Oo, Cc, Dd, Ee Names and Labels UNIT 3 Slant Lines Letter Aa Letter Vv Letter Yy Letter Ww Letter Nn Review Aa, Vv, Yy, Ww, Nn A Map UNIT 4 End Marks Letter Gg Letter Pp Letter Ss Letter Mm Letter Hh Review Gg, Pp, Ss, Mm, Hh Sentences UNIT 5 Spacing Letters and Words Letter Kk Letter Rr Letter Xx Letter Qq Letter Uu Review Kk, Rr, Xx, Qq, Uu A Poem UNIT 6 Numbers More Numbers Letter Bb Letter Zz Letter Jj Review Bb, Zz, Jj A Story My Name
4 4 Grade K, Unit 1 Sitting Up Directions: Do you write with your left hand? Color the hand you write with.
5 Directions: Do you write with your right hand? Color the hand you write with. Grade K, Unit 1 Sitting Up 5
6 6 Grade K, Unit 1 Top to Bottom Directions: Help each animal get down by drawing a line from the top to the bottom.
7 Directions: Look at the things on the shelves. Draw a circle around the book on the top shelf. Draw a line under the teddy bear on the middle shelf. Mark an X on the lunchbox on the bottom shelf. Grade K, Unit 1 Top, Middle, Bottom 7
8 8 Grade K, Unit 1 Left to Right Directions: Help each animal get to the food. Draw a line from the left to the right.
9 Directions: Where does the arrow point in each box? Trace the arrow with your finger to find out. Then color that picture. Grade K, Unit 1 Directions 9
10 A a B b C c Dd E e F f Gg H h I i J j K k LLL ll Mm N n Oo P p Q q R r S s T t U Uu u V v W w X x Y y Z z 10 Grade K, Unit 1 Manuscript Alphabet Directions: These are the capital and small letters of the alphabet. The arrows show how to write each letter. Point to each pair of letters and name it. Then trace the first letter of your name with your finger.
11 Directions: Where are the butterflies? Color all the butterflies on the top line red. Color the butterflies on the middle line blue. Color the butterflies on the bottom line yellow. Grade K, Unit 1 Writing on the Lines 11
12 12 Grade K, Unit 1 Finding Straight Lines Directions: In the top row, point to the dark line at the left. Trace the lines that go down in the pictures. In the next row, the dark line goes across. Trace the lines that go across in the pictures. Complete the page.
13 Directions: In each row, look at the dark curved line. Find the curved line in a picture that is just the same as the dark curved line. Trace it. Grade K, Unit 1 Finding Curved Lines 13
14 14 Grade K, Unit 1 Straight and Curved Lines Directions: In the top box, point to the line that goes up and down. Trace it with your finger. Point to the line that goes across. Point to the line that is curved. Now trace the lines in each row with your pencil.
15 H O G L C E A X f k l z M Q T J Directions: Trace the line at the beginning of each row with your finger. Then draw a circle around all the letters in that row that have that line. Grade K, Unit 1 Lines in Letters 15
16 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i Ida ice i 16 Grade K, Unit 1 Letter Ii Directions: Ice cream cone starts with the letter I. Point to the capital I and trace it. Trace and write all the capital I s. Point to the small i and trace it. Then trace and write all the small i s.
17 LLL L L L L L L L L L L L L L ll l l l l l l l l l l LilyL l l l l l l l lionl Directions: Lion starts with the letter L. Point to the capital L and trace it. Trace and write all the capital L s. Point to the small l and trace it. Then trace and write all the small l s. Grade K, Unit 1 Letter Ll 17
18 T T T T T T T T T T T T T T t t t t t t t t t t t t Tim t t t t t t tiger 18 Grade K, Unit 1 Letter Tt Directions: Tiger starts with the letter T. Point to the capital T and trace it. Trace and write all the capital T s. Point to the small t and trace it. Then trace and write all the small t s.
19 F F F F F F F F F F F F F F f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f FredF frogf Directions: Frog starts with the letter F. Point to the capital F and trace it. Trace and write all the capital F s. Point to the small f and trace it. Then trace and write all the small f s. Grade K, Unit 1 Letter Ff 19
20 Ii L l T t F f I I L I L I L i i i i L l l l l T F T F T F T F t f t f t f t f 20 Grade K, Unit 1 Review Directions: Look at the letters in the top box. Name the letters. In each row, trace and write the letters. Circle your best capital letter and your best small letter.
21 i i t l l i t t f f i t i t Directions: Trace the letters on the left. Then trace the letter in each word on the right. Grade K, Unit 1 A List 21
22 just right Grade K, Unit 2 22 Just Right Directions: Which handwriting do you think looks best? Circle it. Tell why.
23 Directions: Point to the shape at the beginning of the top row. Find the picture that has a similar shape in it. Trace over that shape. Complete the page on your own. Grade K, Unit 2 Finding Circles and Lines 23
24 C l O CCCCCCCC l l l l l l l l OOOOOOOO 24 Grade K, Unit 2 Circles, Part Circles, and Lines Directions: In the top box, trace each circle and line with your finger. Now trace and make the circles and lines in each row with your pencil.
25 O Q R O M l L N W X C F G E C c e t a s o k o v o Directions: Trace over the first shape in each row. Then circle the letters in that row that have that shape. Grade K, Unit 2 Finding Shapes in Letters 25
26 O O O O OO OOOOO OOOO o o ooooooo o o o oooooo Ottoo dogo 26 Grade K, Unit 2 Letter Oo Directions: Octopus starts with the letter O. Point to the capital O and trace it. Trace and write all the capital O s. Point to the small o and trace it. Then trace and write all the small o s.
27 C C C C C C C C C c c c c c c c c c c c c Cody camel Directions: Camel starts with the letter C. Point to the capital C and trace it. Trace and write all the capital C s. Point to the small c and trace it. Then trace and write all the small c s. Grade K, Unit 2 Letter Cc 27
28 D D D DDD D DD D DDDD d d dddddd d d d d d dddd d d Dad duckd 28 Grade K, Unit 2 Letter Dd Directions: Duck starts with the letter D. Point to the capital D and trace it. Trace and write all the capital D s. Point to the small d and trace it. Then trace and write all the small d s.
29 E E E E E E E E E E E E E E e e eeeee e e e e e e e eeee Etta egg Directions: Elephant starts with the letter E. Point to the capital E and trace it. Trace and write all the capital E s. Point to the small e and trace it. Then trace and write all the small e s. Grade K, Unit 2 Letter Ee 29
30 Oo Cc Dd E e O O O o o o o C C C c c c c D E D E D E d e d e d e d e 30 Grade K, Unit 2 Review Directions: Look at the letters in the top box. Name the letters. In each row, trace and write the letters. Circle your best capital letter and your best small letter.
31 Dot Ted ColeC catc dogd egg Directions: Each child has a name. Trace the letters and say each name. Then look at the pictures in the bottom row. Name each picture and trace the letters you learned. Grade K, Unit 2 Names and Labels 31
32 32 Grade K, Unit 3 Slant Lines Directions: Look at the slanted lines in the box. Find and trace the slanted lines in the bird houses. Trace and write the lines.
33 A A AAAA A A A A AAAA a a a a AliA aa aaaaa a a aaaaa apple a Directions: Alligator starts with the letter A. Point to the capital A and trace it. Trace and write all the capital A s. Point to the small a and trace it. Then trace and write all the small a s. Grade K, Unit 3 Letter Aa 33
34 V V V V V V V V V V V V V V v v v vvvvvv v v v VinnyV vvvvvv vanv 34 Grade K, Unit 3 Letter Vv Directions: Violin starts with the letter V. Point to the capital V and trace it. Trace and write all the capital V s. Point to the small v and trace it. Then trace and write all the small v s.
35 Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y y y yyyyyyy y y y yyyyyy Yuri yesy Directions: Yawn starts with the letter Y. Point to the capital Y and trace it. Trace and write all the capital Y s. Point to the small y and trace it. Then trace and write all the small y s. Grade K, Unit 3 Letter Yy 35
36 W W WW W W WWW WWW w w wwwwwww w w w WileyW wwwwww wetw 36 Grade K, Unit 3 Letter Ww Directions: Whale starts with the letter W. Point to the capital W and trace it. Trace and write all the capital W s. Point to the small w and trace it. Then trace and write all the small w s.
37 N N NN NN N NNN N N NNNN n n nnnnnnn n n n nnnnnn NanN nest Directions: Nest starts with the letter N. Point to the capital N and trace it. Trace and write all the capital N s. Point to the small n and trace it. Then trace and write all the small n s. Grade K, Unit 3 Letter Nn 37
38 A A A A a a a a V V V V v v v v Y Y N N W W Y N W Y N W y n w y n w y n w y n w 38 Grade K, Unit 3 Review Directions: In each row, trace and write the letters. Circle your best capital letter and your best small letter.
39 Cat turns left. Cat turns right. Where is Cat now? Directions: Help Cat. As I read, follow the directions and make a line on the path to help Cat. Where is Cat now? Grade K, Unit 3 A Map 39
40 !!!!!!?????? Who can Who can? I can! Who can I can 40 Grade K, Unit 4 End Marks Directions: Trace and write the exclamation marks in the top row. Trace and write the question marks in the next row.trace each sentence. Trace and write each end mark. On the last line, write your first name. Remember to begin your name with a capital letter.
41 G G GG GG G GG GGGGG g g ggggggg g gg gggggg goatg Go! G Directions: Goat starts with the letter G. Point to the capital G and trace it. Trace and write all the capital G s. Point to the small g and trace it. Then trace and write all the small g s. Grade K, Unit 4 Letter Gg 41
42 P P PP P P P PP P PP P P p p ppppppp p p p PamP pppppp pigp 42 Grade K, Unit 4 Letter Pp Directions: Pig starts with the letter P. Point to the capital P and trace it. Trace and write all the capital P s. Point to the small p and trace it. Then trace and write all the small p s.
43 S S S S S S S S S S S S S S s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s Sid S eats s nuts. s Directions: Squirrel starts with the letter S. Point to the capital S and trace it. Trace and write all the capital S s. Point to the small s and trace it. Then trace and write all the small s s. Grade K, Unit 4 Letter Ss 43
44 M M MM MM M M M MMMMM m m m mmmmmm m m m mmmmmm Mom M hums. m 44 Grade K, Unit 4 Letter Mm Directions: Monkey starts with the letter M. Point to the capital M and trace it. Trace and write all the capital M s. Point to the small m and trace it. Then trace and write all the small m s.
45 H H HH HH H HH HHHHH h h hhhhhhh h hhhhhhhh Hi, Cheri! h Directions: Horse starts with the letter H. Point to the capital H and trace it. Trace and write all the capital H s. Point to the small h and trace it. Then trace and write all the small h s. Grade K, Unit 4 Letter Hh 45
46 G G G G g g g g P P P P S S S S H H H H M M M M p s h m p s h m p m hs p m hs 46 Grade K, Unit 4 Review Directions: In each row, trace and write the letters. Circle your best capital letter and your best small letter.
47 Where are you? g Here I am! Directions: Look at the picture. Trace the asking sentence and the question mark. Trace the answer and the exclamation mark. Write one sentence you traced on the last line. Grade K, Unit 4 Sentences 47
48 too close just right too far C C C C too close just fine 48 Grade K, Unit 5 Spacing Letters and Words Directions: You need to space letters and words. Leave the space of a pencil point between letters. Leave the space of a pencil between words.
49 K K K K K K K K K K K K K K k k k k k k k k k k k k k k k Kim K can kick. k k k k k Directions: Kangaroo starts with the letter K. Point to the capital K and trace it. Trace and write all the capital K s. Point to the small k and trace it. Then trace and write all the small k s. Grade K, Unit 5 Letter Kk 49
50 R R RR RR R RRR RRRRR r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r Ryan R can run. 50 Grade K, Unit 5 Letter Rr Directions: Rabbit starts with the letter R. Point to the capital R and trace it. Trace and write all the capital R s. Point to the small r and trace it. Then trace and write all the small r s.
51 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x Rex x is six. x Directions: Fox ends with the letter X. Point to the capital X and trace it. Trace and write all the capital X s. Point to the small x and trace it. Then trace and write all the small x s. Grade K, Unit 5 Letter Xx 51
52 Q Q QQ QQ Q QQQ Q QQQQQ q q qqqqqqq q qq Quiet! Q qqqqqq quickq 52 Grade K, Unit 5 Letter Qq Directions: Queen starts with the letter Q. Point to the capital Q and trace it. Trace and write all the capital Q s. Point to the small q and trace it. Then trace and write all the small q s.
53 U U UU UU U UU u UUUUU u uuuuuuu u uuuuuuuu Umi U u umbrella Directions: Umbrella starts with the letter U. Point to the capital U and trace it. Trace and write all the capital U s. Point to the small u and trace it. Then trace and write all the small u s. Grade K, Unit 5 Letter Uu 53
54 K K K K k k k R R R R k r r r r X X Q Q U Q X Q X q x x q q x q x U U U U u u u u 54 Grade K, Unit 5 Review Directions: In each row, trace and write the letters. Circle your best capital letter and your best small letter.
55 Roses are red. Violets are blue. Directions: Trace and write the sentences. Can you say the end of the poem? Grade K, Unit 5 A Poem 55
56 Grade K, Unit 6 Numbers Directions: Trace and write the numbers. Then circle the best number in each row.
57 Directions: Trace and write the number in each line. Then circle the best number in each row. Grade K, Unit 6 More Numbers 57
58 B B BB BB B BB BBBBB b b bbbbbbb b bbbbbbbb Ben s B bug b is b big. 58 Grade K, Unit 6 Letter Bb Directions: Bear starts with the letter B. Point to the capital B and trace it. Trace and write all the capital B s. Point to the small b and trace it. Then trace and write all the small b s.
59 Z Z Z Z Z Z Z Z Z Z Z Z Z Z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z Zeb is a zebra. Directions: Zebra starts with the letter Z. Point to the capital Z and trace it. Trace and write all the capital Z s. Point to the small z and trace it. Then trace and write all the small z s. Grade K, Unit 6 Letter Zz 59
60 J J j J JJJJ J J JJJJJ j j j j j j j j j j j j j j j j j Jean can jump. 60 Grade K, Unit 6 Letter Jj Directions: Jumprope starts with the letter J. Point to the capital J and trace it. Trace and write all the capital J s. Point to the small j and trace it. Then trace and write all the small j s.
61 B B b b Z Z z z J Z J B B b b Z Z z z J J J j j j j Jim buzz Directions: In each row, trace and write the letters. Circle your best capital letter and your best small letter. Grade K, Unit 6 Review 61
62 My Book I have a book about bees. I like bees! I love my book! 62 Grade K, Unit 6 A Story Directions: Copy the story on the lines.
63 Directions: Write your full name on the first line. Then write your favorite words on the other lines. Grade K, Unit 6 My Name 63
64 Grade K, Unit 6
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