Handwriting Link Year 1 Workbook
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Author: Christensen, Carol and Christensen, Glenn A.
Research shows that handwriting has a remarkably strong relationship with the ability of young children to write high quality text.
LINK Handwriting is a new evidence-based approach to developing handwriting skills in the early years of schooling.
Research shows that the key to developing proficiency in handwriting is to introduce the letter shapes to children using large fluid movements. Traditional approaches that introduce handwriting using two or four ruled lines and that focus disciplined pencil control have a negative impact on children's achievement in written language.
Based on current research, Beginner's Handwriting introduces the letters using large bubble shapes. This is followed by encouraging children to write letters on a single line.
The second book develops children's skills in handwriting, first by encouraging fluency in letter formation on a single line. When children have mastered the shape of the letters, they are provided with two parallel lines in which to refine their ability to produce letters shapes correctly.
- Format: Paperback
- Series: Handwriting LINK
- Series Number: 2
- Publication Date: 01/10/2013
- Publisher: Knowledge Books and Software
- Subject: Handwriting, Textbooks and Workbooks
- Audience: Primary