Cursive Handwriting Workbook for Kids: Cursive Writing Practice Book, Alphabet Cursive Tracing Book (Beginning Cursive and Grades 1-3) (Paperback)

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Cursive Handwriting Workbook for Kids Series: Handwriting Workbook to Practice is fun way to learn Cursive for your child, but our book is still professionally structured and contents that perfect for your kid proper writing skill. Great cursive workbook for students grades 1-3.

This book is part of series Handwriting Workbook to Practice to practice that essential for beginners with Uppercase and Lowercase letters to practice from A-Z with step-by-step guide on how to draw pencil.

This book will:

Fun activity workbookwith basic vocabularies.
Very easy workbookto practice cursive writing skill.
Easy to follow instructionwith example.
Improve kids writing skill.

This essential letter drills will help children recognition and muscle memory about cursive letter.

What you will find inside Trace Letters Workbook:

Part 1 Alphabet Chart (A-Z) Your kid will learn about all alphabet.
Part 2 Alphabet letter worksheets This part is created for super practice cursive handwriting skill with basic vocabulary in each Alphabet eg. E is for elephant, B is for boy.

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Categories Cursive Handwriting workbook, Printing Handwriting Workbook, Handwriting Workbook, Letter Tracing workbook, Cursive tracing letter, grade 3 workbook, grade 4 writing, grade 3 reading workbook, Cursive handwriting workbook for kids

Product Details
ISBN: 9781725968936
ISBN-10: 1725968932
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Publication Date: August 21st, 2018
Pages: 34
Language: English



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