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Saturday, February 22, 2020

Writing in the Wardrobe: Narnia Handwriting Workbook

Writing in the Wardrobe: 
Print Handwriting Workbook
IT IS FINALLY HERE!!!  I had a lot of requests for a print version of Learning Cursive in Narnia, and I am happy to annouce it is finally ready to order on Amazon!

Writing in the Wardrobe is print handwriting workbook designed to give meaningful handwriting practice through copywork of beloved classic literature. Includes Print Alphabet Reference Chart, upper and lower case practice, Narnia related word practice and quotes from The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe for copywork. This book is perfect for use in homeschool, classroom, during summer, or anytime your child needs handwriting practice.


 My original Learning Cursive in Narnia has quotes from the entire Narnia series, but words and quotes in Writing in the Wardrobe are based solely on The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe. The words and quotes are perfect for a child just learning to write, or for any aged child who need to work on his printing skills.

Due to the success of the Learning Cursive format, which build and scaffolds on skills, I have chosen a similar format for the print workbook.

Part One-Letter Practice
The letters are in traditional print.  Children train their eye as well as their hand by circling their best letter on the page. I have also created has large illustrations with arrows on how to create each letter. Each page combines repetition of tracing and copying with the meaningful words and phrases from The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe.  




Part Two- Word Practice
Children learn best when their work is meaningful to them. Part Two includes words to copy that have meaning from the book, covering every letter of the alphabet.

Part Three- Quote Copywork
Part Three includes quotes from The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe.  The quotes start with easy sentences that only contain a few words, but progressively get longer as children learn. 

LOOK INSIDE WRITING IN THE WARDROBE





Please enjoy this latest book, and be sure to check out the rest of the Learning Cursive Series:
 



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