I’ve been asked so much that I’m excited to offer a Handwriting Bundle Pack for BOTH left-handed and right-handed kids!
How are the left-handed & right-handed pages different?
1. On the left-handed pages, the handwriting example is at the top RIGHT of the page while on the right-handed pages, it’s at the left. This means that no matter which hand kids write with, they won’t be covering up the example.
2. At the top page, there’s an image to remind both kinds of writers how to tilt their paper. Left-handed writers should tilt their paper, with the left corner pointing up and right-handed writers should tilt their paper with the right corner pointing up.
3. The strokes for horizontal lines move from right to left for left-handed writers instead of left to right for right-handed writers. Instead of pushing horizontal strokes from left to right, the arrow shows left-handed writers how to pull the pencil from right to left. Some professionals disagree on this point, so I’ve also included some alternate versions to these letters. In the alternate versions, learners are asked to form the letter strokes just like right-handed learners.
Want to check them out? Click on the image above or HERE.
Do you need just one kind of handwriting page? Find them below:
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