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Penpals for Handwriting Year 2 Practice Book
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  • ISBN:9781316501375
  • Format:Paperback
  • Subject(s):Literacy
  • Author(s):Gill Budgell, Kate Ruttle
  • Available from: December 2015

Penpals for Handwriting is a complete handwriting scheme for 3–11 year olds.

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  • DESCRIPTION

    The Practice Books provide specific handwriting focused practice – either introducing or practising letters, joins or key concepts such as size and proportion. They are designed to support independent practice in the classroom, following a whole-class teaching session. Each page corresponds to the units within the Teacher’s Books and includes opportunities for: Finger and pencil tracing, writing letters or joins; Writing phrases or sentences; Pattern practice; Self-assessment check. In Year 2, the four types of letter join are introduced ('diagonal to ascender', 'diagonal, no ascender', 'horizontal to ascender' and 'horizontal, no ascender').

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  • FEATURES
    • Ideal for use in smaller groups.

    • Augments the interactive resource.

    • Provides plenty of opportunity to perfect letter formation through repetition.

  • CONTENTS
    • Term 1 1 Practising diagonal join to ascender: th and ch 2 Practising diagonal join, no ascender: ai, ay 3 Practising diagonal join, no ascender: ir, er 4 Practising horizontal join to ascender: wh, oh 5 Practising horizontal join, no ascender: ow, ou 6 Introducing diagonal join to e: ie, ue 7 Introducing horizontal join to e: oe, ve 8 Introducing ee 9 Practising diagonal join to e: le 10 Writing numbers 1–100 Term 2 11 Introducing diagonal join to anticlockwise letters: ea 12 Practising diagonal join to anticlockwise letters: ig(h) 13 Practising diagonal join to anticlockwise letters: ng, dg 14 Introducing horizontal join to anticlockwise letters: oo, oa 15 Practising horizontal join to anticlockwise letters: wa, wo 16 Introducing mixed joins for three letters: air, ear 17 Practising mixed joins for three letters: oor, our 18 Practising mixed joins for three letters: ing 19 Size and spacing, break letters: j, g, x, y, z, b, f, p, q, r, s 20 End of term check Term 3 21 Building on diagonal join to ascender: th, ch, to, ck, al, el, at, il, ill 22 Building on diagonal join, no ascender: ai, ay, to, ui, ey, aw, ur, er, ar 23 Building on horizontal join to ascender: wh, oh, to, ok, ot, ob, ol 24 Building on horizontal join, no ascender: ow, ou, to, oi, oy, or, on, op 25 Building on diagonal join to anticlockwise letters: ea, ig, ng, dg, to, ed, es, eg, ic, ad, as, dd, ag 26 Building on horizontal join to anticlockwise letters: oo, oa, to, oc, og, od, os, ws, va, vo 27 Building on joins to s: as, es, os, ws, to, ns, ds, is, ts, os 28 Practising joining –ed and –ing 29 Assessment 30 Capitals
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