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Learn Cursive Handwriting With an OT (Flex Class)

Happy Handwriting! Roll-A-Letter, Write-A-Letter: Capital Letters for Beginners

Ms. Nikki
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(168)
In this ongoing class, students will learn to write two CAPITAL letters a day from playdough to pencil and paper, from the easiest letters to the hardest using the award-winning curriculum: Handwriting Without Tears.

Class experience

US Grade Preschool - Pre-Kindergarten
Beginner Level
Students will learn correct pencil grip, language used for strokes when writing each letter, how to roll-a-letter using playdough, where to start the letters, hand strength exercises, alphabet song with sign language, and finally how to write the letters using a crayon/pencil and paper. 
I have taught Pre-k for 8 years and used a wonderful handwriting curriculum called Handwriting Without Tears that I found to be very effective in teaching the basics of handwriting. I have tweaked this curriculum to be geared toward online learning and for easy at home practice! 
-At least 1 cup of any color play dough (REQUIRED)
-2 plastic sheet protectors with the 2 "playdough" worksheets (that I will be providing) inside. If you do not have access to a printer, you can easily create the worksheet I will be including. Please see attachments.
-1 crayon or marker is preferred and age-appropriate, however a pencil can also be used! :) 
*Beginners have a difficult time holding normal-sized pencils with the correct grip. A crayon or marker helps the student learn correct pencil grip. 
-I will also be providing 2 worksheets to practice tracing and writing the letter using a crayon, pencil or marker. Again, if you do not have access to a printer, you can easily create it by copying what I made. My worksheets will have a guide as to where to start the letter, and some practice letters to trace. 
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Handwriting Without Tears

Meet the teacher

Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(168)
Hello! I am Ms. Nikki!
I am so excited to be back teaching on Outschool! I took the year off to be home and care for my boy/girl twins born in June 2021, as well as my 4 year-old-son.  It's been a fun, busy year with my growing family and moving... 
Group Class


1x per week
25 min

Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(24)
Completed by 77 learners
Live video meetings
Ages 3-5
2-4 learners per class

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