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How to teach Alphabets with Standing & Sleeping Lines

The alphabets sets are a mix of Sleeping, Slanting, and Bend lines.
Standing lines are known as vertical lines. Sleeping lines are horizontal lines. T is composed of one standing and one resting line. B is a blend of standing lines and 2 curve lines.

We managing the alphabet writing formation issue with kids who are in first to school. We are always stressed by our youngsters’ writing issues. The drawback of the wrong formation alphabet is that the teacher didn’t understand the content when a kid doesn’t write accurately in class or exams. The teacher didn’t know what they write. At that point, they get fewer marks.

Practice your kid to click to download the below worksheet.

First, we suggest parents improve their pencil control. We used in our session some of the PDF printables to improve it. These worksheets help in pencil control and skills needed for fluent and legible writing. These worksheets will help children handwriting strokes in capital letters.

Read more about pencil control. How that will help your child?

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