Kinder Writing

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Course Description: Students will learn handwriting. They will first learn to write the letters and numbers. Then they will be writing words, sentences, and more by the end of the year.

Printables/Workbook: You can use this workbook to work offline or in conjunction with the online course.

Print the 180-page pdf

OR

Buy the workbook.

 

Materials:

Lesson 1

Welcome to your first day of school! I wanted to give you one important reminder before you begin. Many of your lessons below have an internet link for you to click on. When you go to the different internet pages for your lessons, please DO NOT click on anything else on that page except what the directions tell you to. DO NOT click on any advertisements or games. DO NOT click on anything that takes you to a different website. Just stay focused on your lesson and then close that window and you should be right back here for the next lesson. Okay?

  1. Print out the handwriting PDF for this course, buy it as a workbook, or just use paper you have at home. The PDF and workbook have the directions included and the words and sentences to copy to make it able to be used apart from the computer.
  2. The links for the pdf and workbook are at the top of the course page.

Lesson 2

  1. Write an uppercase L in every box on a line. Start on the top middle of the box and go down to the bottom and then over to the edge of the box.
  2. Circle your best one.

Lesson 3

  1. Write an uppercase T in every box on a line. Start on the top middle of the box. Draw a line down to the bottom. Jump up to the top and draw a line from one corner to the other. We JUMP back up to the top instead of drawing another line back up because it’s hard to draw right on top of your first line.
  2. Circle your best one.

Lesson 4

  1. Write an uppercase I in every box on a line. Start on the top middle of the box. Draw a line to the bottom of the box. Jump back up to the top. Draw a line across the top of the box. Then jump to the bottom and draw a line across the bottom of the box.
  2. Circle your best one.

Lesson 5

  1. Write an uppercase F in every box on a line. Start in the top corner of the box. Draw a line to the bottom of the box. Jump back up to the top of the box. Draw a line across the top of the box. Jump down to the middle of the box. Draw a line from one side of the box to almost the whole way across the box.
  2. Circle your best one.

Lesson 6

  1. Write an uppercase E all the way across a line of boxes on your paper. E is just like F, but you have to jump down one more time to draw a line across the bottom.
  2. Circle your best one.

Lesson 7

  1. You should have a line of ten blank boxes on your paper. Can you count them? Count to ten and each time you say a number, put your finger in one of the boxes.
  2. In the boxes write FEEL IT LIFT.

Lesson 8

  1. Write the letter uppercase H all the way across the page in the boxes. Start in the top left corner and draw a line down the side of the box. Then jump up to the other corner and draw a line down. Then jump to the middle and draw a line across.
  2. Circle your best one.

Lesson 9

  1. Write an uppercase M in each box across a whole row. Start in the top left corner, like you did with H. Draw a line down the side of the box. Then jump up to the corner and draw a diagonal line to the bottom middle of the box. (It’ll be a little squashy.) Keep going back up to the top right corner. Draw a line down the side of the box to the bottom.
  2. Circle your best one.

Lesson 10

  1. Write an uppercase N in each box across a whole row. Start in the top left corner. Draw a line down the side of the box to the bottom. Jump back up to the top and draw a line down to the opposite bottom corner. Then draw straight up to the top.
  2. Circle your best one.

Lesson 11

  1. Write an uppercase V in each box across a whole row. Start in the top left corner. Draw down to the bottom middle and back up to the top right corner.
  2. Circle your best one.

Lesson 12

  1. Write an uppercase W in each box across a whole row. It’s like two V’s put together.
  2. Circle your best one.

Lesson 13

  1. Write these letters in the boxes on your page to write the words: WIN HIM LIVE

Lesson 14

  1. Write an uppercase X in each box across a whole row. Start in the top left corner and go down to the opposite corner at the bottom. Jump up to the top right corner and go down to the opposite bottom corner.
  2. Circle your best one.

Lesson 15

  1. Write an uppercase Y in each box across a whole row. Start in the top left and go down to the middle and back up to the top right. Jump to the bottom point of what you just wrote and draw straight down.
  2. Circle your best one.

Lesson 16

  1. Write an uppercase K in each box across a whole row. Start at the top left corner. Draw a line down the side of the box. Jump up to the opposite corner at the top and draw a slanted line to the middle and then back out to the bottom corner.
  2. Circle your best one.

Lesson 17

  1. Write an uppercase A in each box across a whole row. Start in the top middle. Draw a line down to the bottom left corner. Jump back up to the top and draw a line down to the bottom right corner. Jump up halfway and draw a line across the middle.
  2. Circle your best one.

Lesson 18

  1. Write an uppercase Z in each box across a whole row. Start in the top left and draw across the top of the box to the top right corner. Then draw down to the bottom left corner of the box and then across the bottom of the box to the other corner.
  2. Circle your best one.

Lesson 19

  1. Write the letters to write the words: FIX KAY KITE

Lesson 20

  1. Write an uppercase O in each box across a whole row. Start at the top and draw a circle.
  2. Now look at an uppercase Q. Add a “tail” on each O to make them into Q’s.
  3. Circle your best one.

Lesson 21

  1. Write an uppercase C in each box across a whole row. C is like part of an O.
  2. Circle your best one.

Lesson 22

  1. Write an uppercase G in each box across a whole row. G is like a C with a little shelf drawn on top of the end.
  2. Circle your best one.

Lesson 23

  1. Write an uppercase U in each box across a whole row. Start at the top and curve down and back up. Make sure you touch the bottom of the box and go all the way back up to the top of the box.
  2. Circle your best one.

Lesson 24

  1. Write an uppercase J in each box across a whole row.
  2. Circle your best one.

Lesson 25

  1.  You should have one row of empty boxes. Write these letters in the boxes: JUG FOX CAKE

Lesson 26

  1. Write an uppercase S in each box across a whole row. Start on the top right of the box and curve your way down to the bottom left of the box. Make sure you touch the top and bottom of the box.
  2. Circle your best one.

Lesson 27

  1. Write an uppercase D in each box across a whole row. Start in the top left corner. Draw a line down the side of the box to the bottom of the box. Jump back up to the top. Draw a curve down to the bottom corner so that it meets your first line.
  2. Circle your best one.

Lesson 28

  1. Write an uppercase P in each box across a whole row. Start in the top left corner. Draw a line down the left side of the box. Jump back up to the top and draw a curve back to the middle of the line.
  2. Circle your best one.

Lesson 29

  1. Write an uppercase R in each box across a whole row. Draw a P and then add a leg.
  2. Circle your best one.

Lesson 30

  1. Write an uppercase B in each box across a whole row. Draw a P and then add a belly.
  2. Circle your best one.

Lesson 31

  1. In the last row on your paper write these letters: PADS BRICKS
  2. Circle your best one.

Lesson 32

  1. Ask a parent or older sibling to write your name in the first row of blocks. Now you write your name in the other rows. Use all CAPS.

Lesson 33

  1. Trace the letter C on the page. (If you haven’t printed the handwriting sheets, please write the letter for your child to trace, today and the other days.)
  2. In the first block, write a big letter C. Next to it write a whole row of little c. Click on the links to see how they are written. Click on the letter C to see a lowercase, or little c, written. On your sheet the block goes up high for the big, or capital C. When you write your little c, it will only go between the two lines on the paper. The top of the little c will touch the top line and the bottom of the little c will touch the bottom line. You might want to ask a parent or older sibling to write the first one for you.
  3. Circle your best one.

Lesson 34

  1. Trace the letter A on your alphabet handwriting page. The middle line is like the top line on your handwriting paper.
  2. In the next block on your page, write a big letter A. Next to it write a whole row of little a. Click on the links and on the A to see how they are written. It starts like a C, and then has one more line. Draw a little c and then jump to the top line and draw a side line down to make the a. You could ask a parent or older sibling to draw the first one if you are unsure.
  3. Circle your best one.

Lesson 35

  1. Trace the letter D on your alphabet handwriting page.
  2. In the next block on your page, write a big letter D. Next to it write a whole row of little d. Click on the links and click on the D. To write D, you start by writing a little c, then you jump above the line as high as the big letter D and draw a line down. It’s like an a, but with an arm reaching up. If you are unsure, ask a parent or older sibling to write the first one for you.
  3. Circle your best one.

Lesson 36

  1. On the first line of the page write the words:  add  cad  add.   After you write each word, lay your pointer finger on the paper to make a space before you write the next word. Make sure there is a finger space between each word.

Lesson 37

  1. Trace the letter G on your alphabet handwriting page.
  2. In the next block on your page, write a big letter G. Next to it write a whole row of little g. To write a G, you will start with writing a little c. You then  close the c like you are writing an a, but you keep going and give it a tail. If you are unsure, ask a parent or older sibling to draw the first one for you.
  3. Circle your best one.

Lesson 38

  1. Trace the letter O on your alphabet handwriting page.
  2. In the next block on your page, write a big letter O. Next to it write a whole row of little o. If you are unsure, ask a parent or older sibling to draw the first one for you.
  3. Circle your best one.

Lesson 39

  1. Trace the letter b on your alphabet handwriting page.
  2. In the next block on your page, write a big letter B. Next to it write a whole row of little b. The letter b has an arm that reaches up over the top line. If you are unsure, ask a parent or older sibling to draw the first one for you.
  3. Circle your best one.

Lesson 40

  1. Write these words on the top line of your page:  bog   bad   good   After each word lay your pointer finger down on the paper to leave a space before you write your next word. There should be a finger space between each word.

Lesson 41

  1. Trace the letter P on your alphabet handwriting page.
  2. In the next block on your page, write a big letter P. Next to it write a whole row of little p. Little p is one of the letters with a tail that goes down below the line. If you are unsure, ask a parent or older sibling to draw the first one for you.
  3. Circle your best one.

Lesson 42

  1. Trace the letter Q on your alphabet handwriting page.
  2. In the next block on your page, write a big letter Q. Next to it write a whole row of little q. Little q is one of the letters with a tail that goes down below the line. If you are unsure, ask a parent or older sibling to draw the first one for you.
  3. Circle your best one.

Lesson 43

  1. Trace the letter E on your alphabet handwriting page.
  2. In the next block on your page, write a big letter E. Next to it write a whole row of little e. Little e starts in the middle and circles up to touch the top line and down to touch the bottom line. If you are unsure, ask a parent or older sibling to draw the first one for you.
  3. Circle your best one.

Lesson 44

  1. On your page write the words:  peg    bed   goop.

Lesson 45

  1. Trace the letter L on your alphabet handwriting page.
  2. In the next block on your page, write a big letter L. Next to it write a whole row of little l. Little l is one of the letters that reaches up above the top line. If you are unsure, ask a parent or older sibling to draw the first one for you.
  3. Circle your best one.

Lesson 46

  1. Trace the letter T on your alphabet handwriting page.
  2. In the next block on your page, write a big letter T. Next to it write a whole row of little t. Little t is another one of the letters that reaches up above the top line. If you are unsure, ask a parent or older sibling to draw the first one for you.
  3. Circle your best one.

Lesson 47

  1. Trace the letter H on your alphabet handwriting page.
  2. In the next block on your page, write a big letter H. Next to it write a whole row of little h. Little h is one of the letters that reaches up above the line. If you are unsure, ask a parent or older sibling to draw the first one for you.
  3. Circle your best one.

Lesson 48

  1. On your page write these words:  hat   hot  bell.  Make sure you put your finger down between each word.

Lesson 49

  1. Trace the letter K on your alphabet handwriting page.
  2. In the next block on your page, write a big letter K. Next to it write a whole row of little k. Little k is one of the letters that reaches up above the line. If you are unsure, ask a parent or older sibling to draw the first one for you.
  3. Circle your best one.

Lesson 50

  1. Trace the letter I on your alphabet handwriting page.
  2. In the next block on your page, write a big letter I. Next to it write a whole row of little i. To write little i you start on the top line and draw straight down. Then you jump up and put the dot above the line. If you are unsure, ask a parent or older sibling to draw the first one for you.

Lesson 51

  1. Trace the letter J on your alphabet handwriting page.
  2. In the next block on your page, write a big letter J. Next to it write a whole row of little j. Little j is one of the letters that has a tail under the bottom line. If you are unsure, ask a parent or older sibling to draw the first one for you.
  3. Circle your best one.

Lesson 52

  1. On the top line of the page write these words:  jig  kid  kite.  Pay attention to which letters reach above the line and which letters have tails below the line. Make sure you put your finger down between each word to make a space.

Lesson 53 

  1. Trace the letter F on your alphabet handwriting page.
  2. In the next block on your page, write a big letter F. Next to it write a whole row of little f. Little f is one of the letters that reaches up above the line. If you are unsure, ask a parent or older sibling to draw the first one for you.
  3. Circle your best one.

Lesson 54

  1. Trace the letter N on your alphabet handwriting page.
  2. In the next block on your page, write a big letter N. Next to it write a whole row of little n. If you are unsure, ask a parent or older sibling to draw the first one for you.
  3. Circle your best one.

Lesson 55

  1. Trace the letter M on your alphabet handwriting page.
  2. In the next block on your page, write a big letter M. Next to it write a whole row of little m. Little m starts like n but has an extra bump. If you are unsure, ask a parent or older sibling to draw the first one for you.
  3. Circle your best one.

Lesson 56  

  1. On your worksheet write: flap  men  ninja.  Make sure you put a space between the words and make sure your tall letters reach up above the line and your tail letters hang down below the line.

Lesson 57  

  1. Trace the letter R on your alphabet handwriting page.
  2. In the next block on your page, write a big letter R. Next to it write a whole row of little r. Little r stays between the lines. If you are unsure, ask a parent or older sibling to draw the first one for you.
  3. Circle your best one.

Lesson 58

  1. Trace the letter S on your alphabet handwriting page.
  2. In the next block on your page, write a big letter S. Next to it write a whole row of little s. Little s stays between the lines. If you are unsure, ask a parent or older sibling to draw the first one for you.
  3. Circle your best one.

Lesson 59

  1. Trace the letter U on your alphabet handwriting page.
  2. In the next block on your page, write a big letter U. Next to it write a whole row of little u. Little u stays between the lines. If you are unsure, ask a parent or older sibling to draw the first one for you.
  3. Circle your best one.

Lesson 60

  1. Write these words:  runs   slurp   turn.

Lesson 61  

  1. Trace the letter V on your alphabet handwriting page.
  2. In the next block on your page, write a big letter V. Next to it write a whole row of little v. Little v stays between the lines. If you are unsure, ask a parent or older sibling to draw the first one for you.
  3. Circle your best one.

Lesson 62

  1. Trace the letter W on your alphabet handwriting page.
  2. In the next block on your page, write a big letter W. Next to it write a whole row of little w. Little w stays between the lines. If you are unsure, ask a parent or older sibling to draw the first one for you.
  3. Circle your best one.
Lesson 63
  1. Trace the letter Y on your alphabet handwriting page.
  2. In the next block on your page, write a big letter Y. Next to it write a whole row of little y. Little y has a tail that hangs down below the line. If you are unsure, ask a parent or older sibling to draw the first one for you.
  3. Circle your best one.
Lesson 64
  1. On the top line write these words: wavy  valley  win  Make sure you put a space between each word.
Lesson 65
  1. Trace the letter X on your alphabet handwriting page.
  2. In the next block on your page, write a big letter X. Next to it write a whole row of little x. Little x stays between the lines. If you are unsure, ask a parent or older sibling to draw the first one for you.
  3. Circle your best one.
Lesson 66
  1. Trace the letter Z on your alphabet handwriting page.
  2. In the next block on your page, write a big letter Z. Next to it write a whole row of little z. Little z stays between the lines. If you are unsure, ask a parent or older sibling to draw the first one for you.
  3. Circle your best one.
Lesson 67
  1. Write these words: zoo  box  zebra.
Lesson 68
  1. Write your name. The first letter should be a big letter in the box. The rest of the letters should be little letters.
Lesson 69
  1. Today write lines of a and b on your handwriting page.
Lesson 70
  1. Today write c and d on your handwriting page from yesterday.
Lesson 71
  1. Today fill out e and f on your handwriting page.
Lesson 72
  1. Today write g and h on your handwriting page.
Lesson 73
  1. Today write i and j on your handwriting page.
Lesson 74
  1. Today write k and l on your handwriting page.
Lesson 75
  1. Today write m and n on your handwriting page.
Lesson 76
  1. Today write o and p on your handwriting page.
Lesson 77
  1. Today write q and r on your handwriting page.
Lesson 78
  1. Today write s and t on your handwriting page.
Lesson 79
  1. Today write u and v on your handwriting page.
Lesson 80
  1. Today write w and x on your handwriting page.
Lesson 81
  1. Today write y and z on your handwriting page.
Lesson 82
  1. Today follow the directions on the handwriting page for Lesson 82 and write the words as best you can.
Lesson 83
  1. Write the word zero.
  2. Write a line of the number zero.
Lesson 84
  1. Write the word one.
  2. Write a line of the number one.
Lesson 85
  1. Write the word two.
  2. Write a line of the number two.
Lesson 86
  1. Write the word three.
  2. Write a line of the number three.
Lesson 87
  1. Write the word four.
  2. Write a line of the number four.
Lesson 88
  1. Write the word five.
  2. Write a line of the number five.
Lesson 89
  1. Write the word six.
  2. Write a line of the number six.
Lesson 90
  1. Write the word seven.
  2. Write a line of the number seven.
Lesson 91
  1. Write the word eight.
  2. Write a line of the number eight.
Lesson 92
  1. Write the word nine.
  2. Write a line of the number nine.

Lesson 93

  1. Write the word ten.
  2. Write a line of the number ten.
Lesson 94
  1. Write a line of the number eleven.
  2. Write the word eleven on lined paper.
Lesson 95  
  1. Write a line of the number twelve.
  2. Write the word twelve.
Lesson 96 
  1. Write a line of the number thirteen.
  2. Write the word thirteen.
Lesson 97
  1. Write a line of the number fourteen.
  2. Write the word fourteen.
Lesson 98
  1. Write a line of the number fifteen.
  2. Write the word fifteen.
Lesson 99
  1. Write a line of the number sixteen.
  2. Write the word sixteen.
Lesson 100
  1. Write a line of the number seventeen.
  2. Write the word seventeen.
Lesson 101
  1. Write a line of the number eighteen.
  2. Write the word eighteen.
Lesson 102
  1. Write a line of the number nineteen.
  2. Write the word nineteen.
Lesson 103
  1. Write a line of the number twenty.
  2. Write the word twenty.
Lesson 104
  1. Write these words: lunch, pitch, match, rich, such. (The words or sentence to write each day will be at the top of your handwriting page. Use those.)
Lesson 105
  1. Write these words: bath, pack, will, munch, dash.

Lesson 106

  1. Write these words: ring, thing, king, sang, bang.

Lesson 107

  1. Write these words: rung, song, hung, long, sang.

Lesson 108

  1. Write these words: catching, jumping, sending, hanging.

Lesson 109

  1. Write these sentences:  The bank is pink.  The rink is red.

Lesson 110

  1. Write these words: sunk, hunk, wink, thank, sinking.

Lesson 111

  1. Write these pairs of words:  mad, made; tap, tape; can, cane; back, bake
  2. Put your finger down to make a space between the words when you are writing.
  3. Write today’s date on the calendar.
Lesson 112
  1. Write these pairs of words:  bit, bite; hid, hide; fill, file; lick, like.
  2. Put your finger down to make a space between the words when you are writing.
  3. Write today’s date on the calendar.
Lesson 113
  1. Write these pairs of words: hop, hope; not, note; lone, home; jock, joke.
  2. Put your finger down to make a space between the words when you are writing.
  3. Write today’s date on the calendar.
Lesson 114
  1. Write these pairs of words:  cub, cube; us, use; cut, cute; duck, duke.
  2. Put your finger down to make a space between the words when you are writing.
  3. Write today’s date on the calendar.
Lesson 115
  1. Write this sentence:  In the heat I feel weak each week.
  2. Make sure to leave space between words.  Also make sure the first letter is a capital, big letter I.  Make sure the sentence ends with a period.  Then read your sentence.
  3. Write today’s date on the calendar.
Lesson 116
  1. Write this sentence: He is teaching pitching.
  2. Make sure to leave space between words.  Also make sure the first letter is a capital, big letter.  Make sure the sentence ends with a period.  Then read your sentence.
  3. Write today’s date on the calendar.
Lesson 117
  1. Write this sentence: Take hold of his hand.
  2. Make sure to leave space between words.  Also make sure the first letter is a capital, big letter.  Make sure the sentence ends with a period.  Then read your sentence.
  3. Write today’s date on the calendar.
Lesson 118
  1. Write this sentence:  Can he find me here in this shop?
  2. Make sure to leave space between words.  Also make sure the first letter is a capital, big letter.  Make sure the sentence ends with a question mark.  Then read your sentence.
  3. Write today’s date on the calendar.
Lesson 119
  1. Write this sentence: His big kite will win the game.
  2. Make sure to leave space between words.  Also make sure the first letter is a capital, big letter.  Make sure the sentence ends with a period.  Then read your sentence.
  3. Write today’s date on the calendar.
Lesson 120
  1. Write these words: getting, popping, fitting, helping, telling.
  2. Then read your words.
  3. Write today’s date on the calendar.
Lesson 121  (Materials: something to color/mark with)
  1. Write these words: hummed, jumped, melted, fanned, mapped.
  2. Then read your words.
  3. Write today’s date on the calendar.
Lesson 122
  1. Write these words: tanner, kicker, bagger, jumper, helper.
  2. Then read your words.
Lesson 123
  1. Write these words:  reader, rider, leading, raking, voted, leaped.
  2. Then read your words.
Lesson 124
  1. Write “back, backing, backed” and “bake, baking, baked.”
  2. Then read your words.
Lesson 125
  1. Write these words: itself, cannot, bedtime, sunset, forget.
  2. Then read your words.

Lesson 126

  1. Write these words:  bikes, dogs, rocks, wishes, lunches, pitches
  2. Then read your words.
  3. Write today’s date on the calendar.
Lesson 127
  1. Write this sentence:  We expect him to fix his box.
  2. Make sure to leave space between words.  Also make sure the first letter is a capital, big letter.  Make sure the sentence ends with a period.  Then read your sentence.
Lesson 128
  1. Write these words:  she, shellfish, shelves, Sherry, shopping, shut.
  2. Then read your words.
Lesson 129  
  1. Write this sentence:  I am washing my ship.
  2. Make sure to leave space between words.  Also make sure the first letter is a capital, big letter.  Make sure the sentence ends with a period.  Then read your sentence.
Lesson 130  
  1. Write these words:  cheap, checkers, chips, chapped, chattering, chased
  2. Then read your words.
Lesson 131
  1. Write this sentence:  The teacher checked the tests.
  2. Make sure to leave space between words.  Also make sure the first letter is a capital, big letter.  Make sure the sentence ends with a period.  Then read your sentence.
Lesson 132
  1. Write this sentence:  Why is the weather so cold?
  2. Make sure the first letter is a capital and that you end with a question mark.  Then read your sentence.
Lesson 133
  1. Write this sentence:  There is the thin path that leads home.
  2. Make sure to leave space between words.  Also make sure the first letter is a capital, big letter.  Make sure the sentence ends with a period.  Then read your sentence.
Lesson 134
  1. Write this sentence:  We think we hear a duck quacking.
  2. Make sure to leave space between words.  Also make sure the first letter is a capital, big letter.  Make sure the sentence ends with a period.  Then read your sentence.
Lesson 135
  1. Write this sentence:  Where is she chasing him so quickly?
  2. Make sure to leave space between words.  Also make sure the first letter is a capital, big letter.  Make sure the sentence ends with a question mark.  Then read your sentence.
Lesson 136
  1. Write these words:  blooper, clapping, slapped, flip, plates, glad
  2. Then read your words.
Lesson 137
  1. Write these words: cleaner, sleeping, sleds, clogged, slipper, cleared
  2. Then read your words.
Lesson 138
  1. Write these sentences:  I am sleepy.  Please be quiet so I can go to sleep.
  2. Make sure to leave space between words.  Also make sure the first letter of each sentence is a capital, big letter.  Make sure each sentence ends with a period.  Then read your sentence.
Lesson 139
  1. Write this sentence:  She got a smear on her smock.
  2. Make sure to leave space between words.  Also make sure the first letter is a capital, big letter.  Make sure the sentence ends with a period.  Then read your sentence.
Lesson 140
  1. Write these words:  stepped, still, spitting, sticks, stopped, speedy
  2. Then read your words.
Lesson 141
  1. Write these words: skill, sketched, skipping, scared, scales, scab
  2. Then read your words.
Lesson 142
  1. Write these words:  still, spotting, stunned, snaps, smash, smelly
  2. Then read your words.
Lesson 143
  1. Make a calendar. Look at this calendar. Write in the name of the month on your calendar. Look at the calendar carefully to see where the number 1 goes. You can write the numbers in the big boxes. Fill in the numbers just like on the calendar on the computer.
Lesson 144
  1. Write these words:  Fred, brick, props, cracked, dragging, gripped
  2. Then read your words.
Lesson 145
  1. Write this sentence:  He has a trick up his sleeves.
  2. Make sure to leave space between words.  Also make sure the first letter is a capital, big letter.  Make sure the sentence ends with a period.  Then read your sentence.
Lesson 146
  1. Write this sentence:  Glitter is fun to put on crafts.
  2. Make sure to leave space between words.  Also make sure the first letter is a capital, big letter.  Make sure the sentence ends with a period.  Then read your sentence.
Lesson 147
  1. Write these word pairs:  arm, farm; ark, bark; art, part; car, card
  2. Then read your words.
Lesson 148
  1. Write these word pairs:  for, Ford; or, horn; war, warm; fork, fort
  2. Then read your words.
Lesson 149
  1. Write this sentence: Four stores get awards for selling floor boards.
  2. Make sure to leave space between words.  Also make sure the first letter is a capital, big letter.  Make sure the sentence ends with a period.  Then read your sentence.
Lesson 150
  1. Write this sentence:  The girl got hurt falling in the dirt.
  2. Make sure to leave space between words.  Also make sure the first letter is a capital, big letter.  Make sure the sentence ends with a period.  Then read your sentence.
Lesson 151
  1. Write this sentence:  The early bird gets the worm.
  2. Make sure to leave space between words.  Also make sure the first letter is a capital, big letter.  Make sure the sentence ends with a period.  Then read your sentence.
Lesson 152
  1. Write these word pairs:  sail, tail; rain, main; hair, fair; maid, paid
  2. Then read your words.  Make sure to leave a space between the words!
Lesson 153
  1. Write these word pairs:  say, way; play, clay; gray, pray; day, today
  2. Then read your words.  Make sure to leave a space between the words!
Lesson 154
  1. Write these word pairs:  coat, boat; toe, goes; low, below; oat, float
  2. Then read your words.  Make sure to leave a space between the words!
Lesson 155
  1. Write this sentence:  The wind blows softly and the stream flows slowly.
  2. Make sure to leave space between words.  Also make sure the first letter is a capital, big letter.  Make sure the sentence ends with a period.  Then read your sentence.
Lesson 156
  1. Write this sentence:  Eat your fruit stew with a spoon.
  2. Make sure to leave space between words.  Also make sure the first letter is a capital, big letter.  Make sure the sentence ends with a period.  Then read your sentence.
Lesson 157
  1. Write these words:  believe, field, parties, thief, puppies
  2. Then read your words.  Make sure to leave a space between the words!
Lesson 158
  1. Write these word pairs:  lie, tie; fly, flies; spy, spies; try, tries
  2. Then read your words.  Make sure to leave a space between the words!
Lesson 159
  1. Write these words:  light, type, goodbye, buying my, by
  2. Then read your words.  Make sure to leave a space between the words!
Lesson 160
  1. Write this sentence:  The boat will be waiting in the harbor tonight.
  2. Make sure to leave space between words.  Also make sure the first letter is a capital, big letter.  Make sure the sentence ends with a period.  Then read your sentence.
Lesson 161
  1. Write this sentence:  Use that spice twice to make the rice.
  2. Make sure to leave space between words.  Also make sure the first letter is a capital, big letter.  Make sure the sentence ends with a period.  Then read your sentence.
Lesson 162
  1. Write this sentence:  Do you see what’s in the center circle ring at the circus?
  2. Make sure to leave space between words.  Also make sure the first letter is a capital, big letter.  Make sure the sentence ends with a question mark.  Then read your sentence.
Lesson 163
  1. Write your whole name.
Lesson 164
  1. Write your address.
Lesson 165
  1. Write an “I love you” note to your mom or someone else.
Lesson 166
  1. Write your phone number.
Lesson 167
  1. Write about the story you listened to or read. What was its title? What was it called?
Lesson 168
  1. Write about a story you listened to or read. Who were the characters? Who was it about?
Lesson 169
  1. Write about a story you listened to or read. What was its setting? Where did it take place? In a house? In the woods? Around town?
Lesson 170
  1. Write about a story you listened to or read. What was the plot? What happened in the story?
Lesson 171
  1. Write about a story you listened to or read. What was its title?
Lesson 172
  1. Write about a story you listened to or read. Who were the characters? Who was it about?
Lesson 173
  1. Write about a story you listened to or read. What was the setting? Where did it take place?
Lesson 174
  1. Write about a story you listened to or read. What was the plot? What happened?
Lesson 175
  1. Write about a story you listened to or read. What was its title?
Lesson 176
  1. Write about a story you listened to or read. Who were the characters? Who was it about?
Lesson 177
  1. Write about a story you listened to or read. What was the plot? What was it about?
Lesson 178
  1. Write what state (or city) and country you live in.
Lesson 179
  1. Write tale and tail. Write sun and son. Write two and too.
  2. Which word is which?
Lesson 180
  1. Write, “I am __________ years old.” Fill in how old you are!

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