Fun Practice Activity Sheets for Tricky Lowercase Letters!
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How to help children confused by tricky letters
You’ve probably noticed that some lowercase letters look different when they are handwritten than when they are typewritten. For example, A and G.
Lowercase letters Q, T, and Y can be tricky for beginning readers, too.
Fortunately, hands-on activities are an easy way to help your child become familiar with the different forms of these letters.
You can download each of these five packets for free and watch your child master those tricky letters.