Traceable letters printed on Line 1
Lines 2 - 6 have only dots showing where to start the letter

12-15 letters typical for Portrait Printing mode -   16-22 letters typical for Landscape Mode

Type Words - Letters or Short Sentence Below


DIRECTIONSType child's name - phrase - or short sentence above.  Click the "Make Worksheet" button and the program automatically creates a full sized practice worksheet.   If letters do not fit on one line, try switching to LANDSCAPE mode.  This basic Kindergarten handwriting style teaches "true" printing skills.  It is also the letter style most often used in early elementary reading books, thereby increasing visual word memorization leading to improved reading ability.   This is the larger 13/16 inch size typically used with beginning Kindergarten writers.  There are 6 lines created in this handwriting program.  The first line contains all traceable letters.  Lines 2-6 give a dot showing students "where" to begin writing the letter.  12-15 letters typically fit on one line when printing in the normal PORTRAIT mode.  16-22 letters can fit on one line if switching to LANDSCAPE mode.  To print using LANDSCAPE mode (widest side horizontal), make your worksheet above - then go to the upper left of your screen and select - FILE - PRINT - PROPERTIES - LANDSCAPE.  While the general rule of thumb is that bigger letters are easier to trace, this is not always the case since very large letters require significantly increased movement and hand flexibility - sometimes beyond a child's capability.  If your child has trouble with these large letters, try the smaller letters from the index.