Manuscript Alphabet Reading practice
Train kids to identify and read printing letters in both uppercase and lowercase
Here we still prepare children to writing practice. To reach that objective, we have some Manuscript Alphabet Reading practice to allow them identifying and pronouncing each printing letters and the associated words.
Introduction to manuscript writing: printing reading cards for kids
How could you teach a child to write printing style when he can’t even read manuscript letters? There’s no way for that mess; he will just try to draw what he’s seeing whitout understand it. That is the matter we try to solve with these manuscript alphabet reading cards.
Unfortunately, many people drive kids in writing practice where there is need to know reading first – and before reading the first skill is identification. Why need to identify letters first?
That’s because some manuscript letters look similar.
For that mean reason, we provide manuscript reading to introduce printing writing. Before we get through this, is important to understand where the advantages are for kids using these materials.
- Identify manuscript alphabet letters;
- Increase the vocabulary of children with the words used on the card – For example: “M” like Monkey, “T” like Tiger;
- Give to children the desire to discover new things;
- Help to identify manuscript letters.
Using these printable reading cards, your child will easily handle manuscript writing because he will understand what he’s doing – That make all the difference; he’s not only write letters, but know how to spell it too.