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D’Nealian Handwriting Worksheets

Happy New Year everyone! I thought I’d kick off the new year with a highly requested freebie download for you all!

After publishing my K4 Handwriting Worksheets (manuscript) and my Cursive Handwriting Worksheets, I’ve had several requests for D’Nealian Handwriting worksheets, so here they are!

 

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As usual, you can print on copy paper and have students write with pencil on the sheets, or you can also print on copy paper, then laminate or stick inside a page protector and allow them to use them with Expo Dry-Erase markers! That way they’re re-usable and you can practice your sheets as many times as needed!

–> Download the D’Nealian Handwriting Sheets <–

 

The line spacing for these sheets should be appropriate for kindergarten, first , or second graders who need more practice with D’Nealian handwriting skills.

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Each letter includes capital and lowercase letter practice. The first row of letters are traceable to help students properly form the letters, and then there is a blank line so they can try it on their own as well.

Enjoy!

 

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These activities go great with my K4 Kindergarten Curriculum.  The K4 Kindergarten Curriculum is great for kids age 4-5 who are kindergarten ready. The curriculum introduces beginning reading, math and handwriting skills, and prepares students to enter into first grade!

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If you have a preschooler you might want to check out my Letter of the Week Curriculum, click on the image below to see more preschool activities.

Letter of the Week-Download

3 Comments

  • Juli January 7, 2016 at 3:04 am

    Some of the red dots are not in the correct spot on some of the practice lines. I’m still going to print, just thought you would want to know 🙂

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    • erica January 19, 2016 at 11:42 am

      Thanks, I’ll take a look and make sure to get them fixed!

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  • lessie jabari September 3, 2016 at 6:35 pm

    The uppercase A is still in the print version instead of the cursive version

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