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This is the teacher's guide for the kindergarten workbook, Letters and Numbers for Me.
Our teacher's guides give you the latest resources and strategies for teaching handwriting in only 15 minutes per day.
With these tools, you'll have everything you need to help children master handwriting, build confidence, and write automatically, without thinking about how to form their letters.
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Electronic Kindergarten Teacher's Guide
Bring fun and engaging elements of our curriculum to your computer or tablet with our new electronic teacher's guide. The interactive, easy-to-use format reduces prep time, and enriches your instruction.
If you are a Handwriting Without Tears K-4 customer, for every 25 student workbooks purchased for NEW classrooms, you are eligible for a free corresponding teacher's guide or a free 1-year subscription to the electronic teacher's guide.
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The 4" x 6" Slate Chalkboard helps children learn to write capitals and numbers without reversals. Use Little Chalk Bits to foster finger dexterity and good pencil grip. The smiley face at the top left corner reinforces top-to-bottom, left-to-right directionality. Made of real slate.
After mastering guided formation on the Letter Cards, children progress to building letters on the 8" x 11" blue Mat. The smiley face on the top left corner reminds them where to start.