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Learning how to write letters is an essential part of early literacy. These alphabet handwriting worksheets don’t need any prep time and are great as a preschool independent activity. Both upper and lowercase worksheets are included.

Learning how to write letters is an essential part of early literacy. These alphabet handwriting worksheets don't need any prep time and are great as a preschool independent activity. Both upper and lowercase worksheets are included.
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Alphabet Handwriting Worksheets Setup

For this printable you will need:

 

Paper 

Printer

Writing tools

 

 

 

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Letter Handwriting Packet

This worksheet pack includes both upper and lowercase letters. It has numbered directions that teach the child how to write the letter and then traceable letters for practice.

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Learning how to write letters is an essential part of early literacy. These alphabet handwriting worksheets don't need any prep time and are great as a preschool independent activity. Both upper and lowercase worksheets are included.
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Learning how to write letters is an essential part of early literacy. These alphabet handwriting worksheets don't need any prep time and are great as a preschool independent activity. Both upper and lowercase worksheets are included.
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