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Letter Formation

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Letter formation sheet ideal for practising lowercase and capital letters. Each letter includes an arrow to indicate where to begin writing and is shown against the backdrop of the earth, grass and sky. This is designed to make it easy for pupils to differentiate between the letters that go up in to the sky, those that go down under the ground and those which stay in the grass.

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  1. Maria Tennant

    We use pre cursive then cursive letter formation, any chance you can provide worksheets for these please?
    Thank you.

  2. Maria Tennant

    Do you have worksheets for pre-cursive and Capitals? thank you.

  3. Pearl O Brien

    Lovely resource. I am going to have this on the children’s table top and send a copy home to practice.

  4. Kyra

    I would love to use this with my kids

  5. Iman Ezzo

    Thats highly recommended by my sons school

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