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Start Write Stay Right for 9-12 Year Olds Book 2


A second workbook published January 2011 to accompany the Start Write Stay Right Programme with worksheets and age appropriate activities for older pupils (9 years and above) who need further opportunity to develop handwriting skills in a developmentally appropriate and motivating way.
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A second book of worksheets by Alison Harris and Janet Taylor, designed to accompany "Start Write, Stay Right", winner of the nasen Teacher Book Award 2008 and to follow on from using the first workbook for pupils nine years and older.

The earlier workbook concentrates on developing eye hand coordination, pencil control and letter sizing and spacing. This workbook moves up a level and builds on previous skills. Therefore, it can be used after the first workbook or as a stand alone programme for those who are working at a more advanced level and have already grasped the basics.

As with all the Start Write Stay Right workbooks, you can work systematically through the whole book, or use it to dip in and out of to improve individual pupil's skills.

Contents include:

  • Accuracy and speed tasks
  • Planning ahead
  • Sustained control
  • Complex pencil patterns
  • Sequencing
  • Copying
  • Fluency in Cursive Script
  • Revisit capitals, spacing and reversals


Current rating is 5.00. Total votes 1.
 

£19.99
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Great worksheets which are fun!
After using book 1 of this series for sometime with many children I see in my role as an OT, I was so pleased to see there had been a second book published! There is a real gap for handwriting worksheets which are pitched to older children who are beyond the basics and need something more appropriate to their level so this meets this need! This book is as good as the first! A favourite point is the 'teacher's tip' which is good for both teachers and parents to understand why the particular sheet is useful for writing.

From: tessascully@hotmail.com | Created on: 11/20/2012 11:23 PM

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