While we usually use a traditional handwriting program here at the Hill House, I’m always willing to postpone it a day or two for a little copywork that relates to our current topic of study.
This spring, my kiddos and I will re-visit all of our marvelous bird books and unit study resources.
I’m so excited! Come on, Spring!
This printable packet was updated in February 2016. This post and handwriting worksheets were originally posted on May 15, 2013.
All About Birds Handwriting Practice
This Spring, my 1st and 3rd graders will use the All About Birds Resource Packet. They are at the perfect ages and stages for this packet!
My Kindergartner will also tag along, for those of you wondering. We do as much one-room schoolhouse as we possibly can!
The fine motor skills in my first grader are moving along very slowly, and I learned with my first child not to push handwriting too heavily.
So she will not do any bird-related copywork, and will work on writing these bird-themed words instead.
One page per day will be plenty for her to practice!
My 3rd grader will also practice writing the words, however, she’ll be practicing cursive, not print.
If you have a little one that wants to keep up with her big brother or sister when using the Bird Printables supplied in the resource packet, download these Bird Writing Practice Pages.
They are perfect for handwriting practice, learning vocabulary, and phonics practice!
→ Note: These printables are available for personal and classroom use. Enjoy! ♥
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You can click here to purchase All About Birds Worksheet Packet:
Thanks for the valentines. Then printed up nice ands easy. I used them with my Sunday school kids Sunday. I gave then folded cardstock & foam sticky hearts. Some glued your cards to the front of their valentine cards & some used them for the inside message. The kids really liked them. Then I used them in the same manner with my dear friend’s 7 year daughter who I teach English too each week. She really loved the cards! Oh, she loved the Valentine worksheets too. We used some of them. I also printed up the verse sheets for next Sunday’s lesson. PS I live in Bosnia.
Welcome from Bosnia! It thrills me to pieces that you were able to use these with your Sunday School kiddos!
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