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1<br />

H ndwriting<br />

<strong>Rules</strong>!<br />

STUDENT<br />

WORKBOOK<br />

Queensland<br />

Beginner’s Alphabet<br />

Australian Curriculum<br />

Katy Collis and Alexandra Kennedy


(my name)<br />

loves to<br />

.<br />

This is a drawing of what I love to do.


My progress chart<br />

As you complete each page,<br />

find the letter here. Trace<br />

the letter and draw a picture.<br />

aA bB cC<br />

dD eE fF<br />

gG hH iI<br />

jJ kK lL<br />

2


mM nN oO<br />

pP qQ rR<br />

sS tT uU<br />

vV wW xX<br />

yY<br />

zZ<br />

3


Continue the patterns. Keep your pencil on the page.<br />

Copy the patterns.<br />

4<br />

<strong>Handwriting</strong>: clockwise fluency patterns.


Continue the patterns. Keep your pencil on the page.<br />

Copy the picture.<br />

<strong>Handwriting</strong>: anticlockwise fluency patterns.<br />

5


Trace.<br />

Practise.<br />

Trace.<br />

Practise.<br />

Trace.<br />

Practise.<br />

Trace.<br />

6<br />

<strong>Handwriting</strong>: linear fluency patterns and downstroke.


Copy the patterns. Start at the dots.<br />

<strong>Handwriting</strong>: patterns.<br />

7


m<br />

M2<br />

Warm up.<br />

Track.<br />

m m m m m m<br />

Trace then write.<br />

m m m m m m m m<br />

m<br />

m<br />

Trace then write.<br />

munch monster mother<br />

8<br />

<strong>Handwriting</strong>: clockwise letter; body letter (m).<br />

Grammar: simple sentence; action verb (munch); adjectives (merry, messy); nouns (monkeys, melons).<br />

Punctuation: capital letter to start a sentence; full stop.<br />

Spelling and vocabulary: mad, March, May, melon, meow, merry, mess, messy, Monday, monkey, monster, moo, mother, mud,<br />

mum, munch.<br />

Literary elements: alliteration.


Trace then write.<br />

2 2<br />

M M M<br />

m<br />

M<br />

Trace then write.<br />

Merry monkeys munch<br />

on messy melons.<br />

Rate your<br />

writing.<br />

9


n<br />

N2 3<br />

Warm up.<br />

Track.<br />

n n n n n n n<br />

Trace then write.<br />

n n n n n n n n n n n<br />

n<br />

n<br />

Trace then write.<br />

newt nest name new<br />

10<br />

<strong>Handwriting</strong>: clockwise letter; body letter (n).<br />

Grammar: simple sentence; how word/adverb (noisily); action verb (nibbled); proper noun (Nonna, Nina); common noun (noodles).<br />

Punctuation: capital letter to start a sentence; full stop; apostrophe for possession (Nina’s).<br />

Spelling and vocabulary: name, nest, new, newt, next, nibble, nice, nine, no, noodles, not, never, Nonna, November, now.<br />

Literary elements: alliteration.


Trace then write.<br />

2 3 2 3<br />

N N N<br />

n<br />

N<br />

Trace then write.<br />

Nina’s Nonna noisily<br />

nibbled nice noodles.<br />

Rate your<br />

writing.<br />

11


h<br />

H2<br />

3<br />

Warm up.<br />

Track.<br />

h h h h h h h<br />

Trace then write.<br />

h h h h h h h h h h<br />

h<br />

h<br />

Trace then write.<br />

howl hiss hum help<br />

12<br />

<strong>Handwriting</strong>: clockwise letter; head and body letter (ascender) (h).<br />

Grammar: direct speech; saying verb (shouted); describing word/adjective (hungry); exclamation; question.<br />

Punctuation: capital letter to start a sentence; exclamation mark; speech marks; question mark.<br />

Spelling and vocabulary: hair, hang, hawk, help, hen, hid, hide, hiss, hum, hog, home, honey, hospital, how, howl, hungry, heart.<br />

Literary elements: alliteration; onomatopoeia (hiss, howl); folk tale (Hansel and Gretel).


Trace then write.<br />

2 2<br />

H<br />

3<br />

H<br />

3<br />

H<br />

h<br />

H<br />

Trace then write.<br />

“Hello! How are you?”<br />

shouted hungry Hansel.<br />

Rate your<br />

writing.<br />

13


k<br />

K2<br />

Warm up.<br />

Track.<br />

k k k k k k k<br />

Trace then write.<br />

k k k k k k k k k k k<br />

k<br />

k<br />

Trace then write.<br />

kiss kitten kindly<br />

14<br />

<strong>Handwriting</strong>: clockwise letter; head and body letter (ascender) (k).<br />

Grammar: simple sentence; proper noun (King Kong); common noun (knots); action verb (knitting).<br />

Punctuation: capital letter to start a sentence; full stop.<br />

Spelling and vocabulary: key, kind, kiss, kitten, koala; silent k (knee, knew, knit, knots, know).<br />

Literary elements: alliteration; story character (King Kong); anthropomorphism.


Trace then write.<br />

2 2<br />

K K K<br />

k<br />

K<br />

Trace then write.<br />

King Kong knew he<br />

kept knitting knots.<br />

Rate your<br />

writing.<br />

15


2<br />

p P<br />

Warm up.<br />

Track.<br />

p p p p p p p<br />

Trace then write.<br />

p p p p p p p p p p p<br />

p<br />

p<br />

Trace then write.<br />

plod plop pup push<br />

16<br />

<strong>Handwriting</strong>: clockwise letter; body and tail letter (descender) (p).<br />

Grammar: simple sentence; action verbs (poked, plod); proper noun (Pedro); common noun (python).<br />

Punctuation: capital letter to start a sentence; full stop.<br />

Spelling and vocabulary: peep, pet, pencil, pig, pimple, pink, plop, plus, poke, pong, pony, possum, post, pumpkin, push, put, python.<br />

Literary elements: alliteration; onomatopoeia (plop).


Trace then write.<br />

2 2<br />

P P P<br />

p<br />

P<br />

Trace then write.<br />

Pedro poked and<br />

pushed a python.<br />

Rate your<br />

writing.<br />

17


2<br />

b B<br />

Warm up.<br />

Track.<br />

b b b b b b b<br />

Trace then write.<br />

b b b b b b b b b b b<br />

b<br />

b<br />

Trace then write.<br />

burp beep bang bring<br />

18<br />

<strong>Handwriting</strong>: clockwise letter; head and body letter (ascender) (b).<br />

Grammar: simple sentence; action verb (boogied); nouns (bears, band).<br />

Punctuation: capital letter to start a sentence; full stop.<br />

Spelling and vocabulary: baby, bag, banana, band, bear, before, best, better, big, bird, boat, book, boom, brag, bring, brown, burp, bush.<br />

Literary elements: alliteration; onomatopoeia (beep, boom); anthropomorphism.


Trace then write.<br />

2 2<br />

B B B<br />

b<br />

B<br />

Trace then write.<br />

Bears boogied in a<br />

bush band.<br />

Rate your<br />

writing.<br />

19


2<br />

r R<br />

Warm up.<br />

Track.<br />

r r r r r r r r<br />

Trace then write.<br />

r r r r r r r r r r r r<br />

r<br />

r<br />

Trace then write.<br />

rats reading run red<br />

20<br />

<strong>Handwriting</strong>: clockwise letter; body letter (r).<br />

Grammar: simple sentence; describing words/adjectives (red, rude); proper noun (Roger); common noun (robot).<br />

Punctuation: capital letter to start a sentence; full stop.<br />

Spelling and vocabulary: rabbit, raft, ran, rang, rat, read, red, real, reeks, ring, roast, robot, rot, rude, run, rush, rushing.<br />

Literary elements: alliteration.


Trace then write.<br />

2 2<br />

R R R<br />

r<br />

R<br />

Trace then write.<br />

Roger the rude red<br />

robot reeks.<br />

Rate your<br />

writing.<br />

21


2<br />

j<br />

2<br />

J<br />

Warm up.<br />

Track.<br />

j<br />

2<br />

j<br />

2<br />

j<br />

2<br />

j<br />

2<br />

j<br />

2<br />

j<br />

2<br />

j<br />

2 j2<br />

Trace then write.<br />

j j j j j j j j j j j j j<br />

j<br />

j<br />

Trace then write.<br />

just joking jam jog<br />

22<br />

<strong>Handwriting</strong>: clockwise letter; body and tail letter (descender) (j).<br />

Grammar: simple sentence; action verbs (jiggles, jumps, jogs); proper noun (Jill).<br />

Punctuation: capital letter to start a sentence; full stop.<br />

Spelling and vocabulary: jagged, jam, jammed, January, jet, jelly bean, jiggle, joey, jog, join, joke, July, June, jumps, just.<br />

Literary elements: alliteration; nursery rhyme (Jack and Jill).


Trace then write.<br />

2 2<br />

J J J<br />

j<br />

J<br />

Trace then write.<br />

Jill just jogs, jumps<br />

and jiggles.<br />

Rate your<br />

writing.<br />

23


i<br />

2<br />

I<br />

3<br />

2<br />

Warm up.<br />

Track.<br />

i<br />

2<br />

i<br />

2<br />

i<br />

2<br />

i<br />

2<br />

i<br />

2<br />

i<br />

2<br />

i<br />

2 i2<br />

Trace then write.<br />

i i i i i i i i i i i i i i<br />

i<br />

i<br />

Trace then write.<br />

itchy iguana into ink<br />

24<br />

<strong>Handwriting</strong>: straight-line letter; body letter (i).<br />

Grammar: simple sentence; proper noun (Iggy); describing word/adjective (itchy).<br />

Punctuation: capital letter to start a sentence; full stop.<br />

Spelling and vocabulary: icky, idea, idol, igloo, iguana, imp, in, ink, insect, inside, into, is, isn’t, it, itchy.<br />

Literary elements: alliteration.


Trace then write.<br />

2 2<br />

I I I<br />

3 3<br />

i<br />

I<br />

Trace then write.<br />

Iggy is in bed.<br />

Iggy is ill and itchy.<br />

Rate your<br />

writing.<br />

25


2<br />

t T<br />

2<br />

Warm up.<br />

Track.<br />

t t t t t t t<br />

2 2 2 2 2 2 2<br />

Trace then write.<br />

t t t t t t t t t t t t<br />

t<br />

t<br />

Trace then write.<br />

troll tale toot tail trap<br />

26<br />

<strong>Handwriting</strong>: straight-line letter; head and body letter (ascender) (t).<br />

Grammar: simple sentence; possessive (its); nouns (turtle, time); describing word/adjective (timid).<br />

Punctuation: capital letter to start a sentence; full stop.<br />

Spelling and vocabulary: tail, tale, take, Tuesday, Thursday, time, timid, took, toot, tooth, trap, troll, try, turtle, ten, twelve, two.<br />

Literary elements: alliteration; story character (troll); onomatopoeia (toot, tick-tock); play on words (took its time).


Trace then write.<br />

2 2<br />

T T T<br />

t<br />

T<br />

Trace then write.<br />

The timid turtle<br />

took its time.<br />

Rate your<br />

writing.<br />

27


l L<br />

Warm up.<br />

Track.<br />

l l l l l l l l l<br />

Trace then write.<br />

l l l l l l l l l l l l l l<br />

l<br />

l<br />

Trace then write.<br />

lick limp leap love loll<br />

28<br />

<strong>Handwriting</strong>: straight-line letter; head and body letter (ascender) (l).<br />

Grammar: simple sentence; proper noun (Lilly); describing word/adjective (lovely); action verbs (loll, limp, lick, leap).<br />

Punctuation: capital letter to start a sentence; full stop.<br />

Spelling and vocabulary: lazy, leap, left, lesson, lick, life, lift, limb, limp, lion, list, live, lizard, llama, log, lose, lost, love, lovely, lumpy.<br />

Literary elements: alliteration.


Trace then write.<br />

L L L<br />

l<br />

L<br />

Trace then write.<br />

Little Lilly loves llamas.<br />

Llamas love Lilly too.<br />

Rate your<br />

writing.<br />

29


x X<br />

2<br />

2<br />

Warm up.<br />

Track.<br />

x x x x x x x<br />

2 2 2 2 2 2 2<br />

Trace then write.<br />

x x x x x x x x x x x<br />

x<br />

x<br />

Trace then write.<br />

oxen boxes six box taxi<br />

30<br />

<strong>Handwriting</strong>: straight-line letter; body letter (x).<br />

Grammar: simple sentence; proper noun (T-Rex); common noun (foxes).<br />

Punctuation: capital letter to start a sentence; full stop.<br />

Spelling and vocabulary: apostrophe for contraction (don’t); box, exam, fox, mix, oxen, six, T-Rex, taxi, text, wax, x-ray, xylophone.<br />

Literary elements: alliteration.


Trace then write.<br />

2 2<br />

X X X<br />

x<br />

X<br />

Trace then write.<br />

“Xylophones don’t mix<br />

with foxes!” said T-Rex.<br />

Rate your<br />

writing.<br />

31


z Z<br />

Warm up.<br />

Track.<br />

z z z z z z z z<br />

Trace then write.<br />

z z z z z z z z z z z<br />

z<br />

z<br />

Trace then write.<br />

zebra whiz zoo zero<br />

32<br />

<strong>Handwriting</strong>: straight-line letter; body letter (z).<br />

Grammar: simple sentence; proper noun (Zoe); possessive apostrophe (Zoe’s).<br />

Punctuation: capital letter to start a sentence; full stop.<br />

Spelling and vocabulary: doze, quiz, zany, zap, zebra, zero, zest, zesty, zing, zip, zoo.<br />

Literary elements: alliteration; onomatopoeia (whiz, zip, zap).


Trace then write.<br />

Z Z Z<br />

z<br />

Z<br />

Trace then write.<br />

Zip, zap, zing went<br />

zany Zoe’s zither.<br />

Rate your<br />

writing.<br />

33


u U<br />

Warm up.<br />

Track.<br />

u u u u u u u<br />

Trace then write.<br />

u u u u u u u u u u<br />

u<br />

u<br />

Trace then write.<br />

under up upend<br />

34<br />

<strong>Handwriting</strong>: anticlockwise letter; body letter (u).<br />

Grammar: saying verb (uttered); proper noun (Uncle Uno).<br />

Punctuation: sentence punctuation; exclamation mark; speech marks.<br />

Spelling and vocabulary: prefix un- (undo, untie, unzip); uncle, under, until, up, upend, upon, umbrella.<br />

Literary elements: alliteration; onomatopoeia (ouch).


Trace then write.<br />

U U U<br />

u<br />

U<br />

Trace then write.<br />

Uncle Uno<br />

uttered, “Ouch!”<br />

Rate your<br />

writing.<br />

35


v V<br />

Warm up.<br />

Track.<br />

v v v v v v v<br />

Trace then write.<br />

v v v v v v v v v v<br />

v<br />

v<br />

Trace then write.<br />

violin vow vroom<br />

36<br />

<strong>Handwriting</strong>: anticlockwise letter; body letter (v).<br />

Grammar: simple sentence; proper noun (Vinnie).<br />

Punctuation: capital letter to start a sentence; full stop.<br />

Spelling and vocabulary: vain, vase, very, vest, vibe, vine, violin, volcano, vole, vote, vow.<br />

Literary elements: alliteration; anthropomorphism; onomatopoeia (vroom).


Trace then write.<br />

V V V<br />

v<br />

V<br />

Trace then write.<br />

Vinnie vole<br />

was very vain.<br />

Rate your<br />

writing.<br />

37


w W<br />

Warm up.<br />

Track.<br />

w w w w w w<br />

Trace then write.<br />

w w w w w w w w<br />

w<br />

w<br />

Trace then write.<br />

whiz wink was wasp<br />

38<br />

<strong>Handwriting</strong>: anticlockwise letter; body letter (w).<br />

Grammar: saying verb (asked); proper noun (Wally); direct speech; question.<br />

Punctuation: capital letter to start a sentence; speech marks; question mark.<br />

Spelling and vocabulary: wall, walrus, watermelon, was, wasp, wave, Wednesday, when, whew, which, whiz, who, wild, wilt, win, wink.<br />

Literary elements: alliteration; anthropomorphism.


Trace then write.<br />

W W W<br />

w<br />

W<br />

Trace then write.<br />

“Who will win?” asked<br />

Wally the walrus.<br />

Rate your<br />

writing.<br />

39


2<br />

a A<br />

3<br />

Warm up.<br />

Track.<br />

a a a a a a a<br />

Trace then write.<br />

a a a a a a a a a a a<br />

a<br />

a<br />

Trace then write.<br />

animal ape ask ate<br />

40<br />

<strong>Handwriting</strong>: anticlockwise letter; body letter (a).<br />

Grammar: simple sentence; action verb (ate); nouns (anaconda, apples).<br />

Punctuation: capital letter to start a sentence; full stop.<br />

Spelling and vocabulary: act, again, ago, all, allow, animal, any, ape, apple, April, arm, arrow, ash, ask, ate, August.<br />

Literary elements: alliteration.


Trace then write.<br />

2 2<br />

A A A<br />

3 3<br />

a<br />

A<br />

Trace then write.<br />

An anaconda ate<br />

all the apples.<br />

Rate your<br />

writing.<br />

41


2<br />

d D<br />

Warm up.<br />

Track.<br />

d d d d d d<br />

Trace then write.<br />

d d d d d d d d d<br />

d<br />

d<br />

Trace then write.<br />

dogs drool drag drip<br />

42<br />

<strong>Handwriting</strong>: anticlockwise letter; head and body letter (ascender) (d); d has an upward exit to help distinguish it from b.<br />

Grammar: simple sentence; proper noun (Daisy).<br />

Punctuation: capital letter to start a sentence; full stop.<br />

Spelling and vocabulary: dance, daring, December, did, disco, do, dog, done, door, drab, drag, drip, drool, drop, drum, doll, duck.<br />

Literary elements: alliteration; anthropomorphism.


Trace then write.<br />

2 2<br />

D D D<br />

d<br />

D<br />

Trace then write.<br />

Daisy duck did a<br />

daring disco dance.<br />

Rate your<br />

writing.<br />

43


q<br />

Q2<br />

Warm up.<br />

Track.<br />

q q q q q q q<br />

Trace then write.<br />

q q q q q q q q q q<br />

q<br />

q<br />

Trace then write.<br />

quoll quit quick quiet<br />

44<br />

<strong>Handwriting</strong>: anticlockwise letter; body and tail letter (descender) (q).<br />

Grammar: simple sentence; proper noun (Queenie); describing word/adjective (quick).<br />

Punctuation: capital letter to start a sentence; full stop.<br />

Spelling and vocabulary: equal, quail, queen, quick, quiet, quit, quite, quiz, quoll.<br />

Literary elements: alliteration.


Trace then write.<br />

Q Q Q<br />

2 2<br />

q<br />

Q<br />

Trace then write.<br />

Queenie is quicker<br />

than the quoll.<br />

Rate your<br />

writing.<br />

45


o O<br />

Warm up.<br />

Track.<br />

o o o o o o o o<br />

Trace then write.<br />

o o o o o o o o o o o<br />

o<br />

o<br />

Trace then write.<br />

once only owl<br />

46<br />

<strong>Handwriting</strong>: anticlockwise letter; body letter (o).<br />

Grammar: simple sentence; common nouns (ogre, ox).<br />

Punctuation: capital letter to start a sentence; full stop.<br />

Spelling and vocabulary: October, often, old, once, one, only, open, orange, oven, owl, ox.<br />

Literary elements: alliteration; story character (ogre).


Trace then write.<br />

O O O<br />

o<br />

O<br />

Trace then write.<br />

One old, orange ogre<br />

is on the only ox.<br />

Rate your<br />

writing.<br />

47


2<br />

e<br />

E3<br />

4<br />

Warm up.<br />

Track.<br />

e e e e e e e<br />

Trace then write.<br />

e e e e e e e e e e e<br />

e<br />

e<br />

Trace then write.<br />

elephant every eats<br />

48<br />

<strong>Handwriting</strong>: anticlockwise letter; body letter (e).<br />

Grammar: simple sentence; saying verb (yelled); nouns (eagle, elf).<br />

Punctuation: capital letter to start a sentence; exclamation mark; speech marks.<br />

Spelling and vocabulary: eagle, ear, earth, eat, eats, eating, egg, elephant, elf, even, every, excited, extra.<br />

Literary elements: alliteration; story characters (elf); onomatopoeia (eek).


Trace then write.<br />

2 2<br />

E<br />

3<br />

E<br />

3<br />

E<br />

4 4<br />

e<br />

E<br />

Trace then write.<br />

“Eek! An eagle!” yelled<br />

the excited elf.<br />

Rate your<br />

writing.<br />

49


c C<br />

Warm up.<br />

Track.<br />

c c c c c c c c<br />

Trace then write.<br />

c c c c c c c c c c c<br />

c<br />

c<br />

Trace then write.<br />

clip clop clap<br />

50<br />

<strong>Handwriting</strong>: anticlockwise letter; body letter (c).<br />

Grammar: commands; describing word/adjective (cool); action verb (catch); proper noun (Connie).<br />

Punctuation: capital letter to start a sentence; exclamation mark.<br />

Spelling and vocabulary: cake, can, can’t, car, cat, catch, chew, chin, chip, clap, coat, cool, cow, crazy.<br />

Literary elements: onomatopoeia (clip, clop); alliteration; anthropomorphism.


Trace then write.<br />

C C C<br />

c<br />

C<br />

Trace then write.<br />

Catch that crazy,<br />

cool cow, Connie!<br />

Rate your<br />

writing.<br />

51


f<br />

F3<br />

2<br />

2<br />

Warm up. Finish the flowers.<br />

Track.<br />

f f f f f f f f<br />

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2<br />

Trace then write.<br />

f f f f f f f f f f f<br />

f<br />

f<br />

Trace then write.<br />

five fish flop fin fog<br />

52<br />

<strong>Handwriting</strong>: anticlockwise letter; head and body letter (ascender) (f).<br />

Grammar: simple sentence; proper noun (Felix); describing word/adjective (fast); action verb (fled); nouns (frog, foot).<br />

Punctuation: capital letter to start a sentence; full stop.<br />

Spelling and vocabulary: fast, February, feel, fin, find, first, fish, fit, five, fled, flesh, flop, foam, fog, foot, Friday, frisky, frog, fry, fun.<br />

Literary elements: alliteration.


Trace then write.<br />

2 2<br />

F<br />

3<br />

F<br />

3<br />

F<br />

f<br />

F<br />

Trace then write.<br />

Fast Felix fled on<br />

foot from the frog.<br />

Rate your<br />

writing.<br />

53


g G<br />

Warm up.<br />

Track.<br />

g g g g g g g<br />

Trace then write.<br />

g g g g g g g g g g<br />

g<br />

g<br />

Trace then write.<br />

glug goblin grab<br />

54<br />

<strong>Handwriting</strong>: direction change letter; body and tail letter (descender) (g).<br />

Grammar: commands; proper nouns (Gruff, Billy); common noun (bridge).<br />

Punctuation: direct speech; speech marks; exclamation mark.<br />

Spelling and vocabulary: game, get, glue, go, goat, goblin, going, gone, grab, grandma, grandpa, grip, gasped.<br />

Literary elements: alliteration; folk tale (The Three Billy Goats Gruff); story characters; onomatopoeia (glug).


Trace then write.<br />

G G G<br />

g<br />

G<br />

Trace then write.<br />

“Gruff, get off the<br />

bridge!” gasped Billy.<br />

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y<br />

Y3<br />

2<br />

Warm up.<br />

Track.<br />

y y y y y y y<br />

Trace then write.<br />

y y y y y y y y y y y<br />

y<br />

y<br />

Trace then write.<br />

year yawn yes you<br />

56<br />

<strong>Handwriting</strong>: direction change letter; body and tail letter (descender) (y).<br />

Grammar: saying verb (yak); nouns (yaks, mats).<br />

Punctuation: capital letter to start a sentence; full stop; speech bubble.<br />

Spelling and vocabulary: yacht, yak, yap, yard, yarn, yawn, year, yen, yep, yes, yeti, yoga, yolk, you, yuan, yummy.<br />

Literary elements: alliteration; onomatopoeia (yakkity yak); anthropomorphism.


Trace then write.<br />

y<br />

Y<br />

2<br />

Y Y Y<br />

3<br />

3<br />

2<br />

Trace then write.<br />

Yaks yakkity yak<br />

on yoga mats.<br />

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s S<br />

Warm up.<br />

Track.<br />

s s s s s s s s<br />

Trace then write.<br />

s s s s s s s s s s s s<br />

s<br />

s<br />

Trace then write.<br />

squid snort said six<br />

58<br />

<strong>Handwriting</strong>: direction change letter; body letter (s).<br />

Grammar: simple sentence; proper noun (Samson); action verb (sat); saying verb (said); common noun (spider).<br />

Punctuation: capital letter to start a sentence; full stop.<br />

Spelling and vocabulary: said, sand, Saturday, saw, see, send, September, seven, sister, six, snail, snort, spider, squid, startled.<br />

Literary elements: alliteration; onomatopoeia (snort).


Trace then write.<br />

S S S<br />

s<br />

S<br />

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Samson almost sat<br />

on a startled spider.<br />

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Trace then write.<br />

1<br />

2<br />

one<br />

two<br />

3<br />

4<br />

5<br />

6<br />

7<br />

three<br />

four<br />

five<br />

six<br />

seven<br />

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Trace then write.<br />

8<br />

9<br />

10<br />

eight<br />

nine<br />

ten<br />

11<br />

12<br />

13<br />

eleven<br />

twelve<br />

thirteen<br />

14 fourteen<br />

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Trace then write.<br />

15<br />

fifteen<br />

16 sixteen<br />

17<br />

seventeen<br />

18 eighteen<br />

19<br />

nineteen<br />

20 twenty<br />

30<br />

thirty<br />

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Trace then write.<br />

40<br />

50<br />

forty<br />

fifty<br />

60<br />

70<br />

80<br />

90<br />

100<br />

sixty<br />

seventy<br />

eighty<br />

ninety<br />

one hundred<br />

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Trace then write.<br />

1 2<br />

3 4<br />

5 6<br />

7 8<br />

9 10<br />

Trace.<br />

10 20 30 40 50<br />

60 70 80 90 100<br />

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writing.<br />

64

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