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Lowercase Letter Formation 3 (Small Version)

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Letter formation sheet ideal for practicing lowercase letters. Includes space for 4 lines of text on the page. 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. Bigger versions of this sheet are also available in our letter formation section.

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  1. Zandra Clay

    thanks

  2. Despina Mavrommati

    Brilliant!

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