Orton-Gillingham Style Handwriting in a storybook to make learning fun.
This is the third book in the handwriting series.
The adventure continues, the pirates think that someone has been digging for treasure on the island. A huge surprise in the sand leads them to learn the next set of straight-line letters.
These letters are the third handwriting group they learn: i, j, l, t, f, k.
In this storybook, the lowercase letters are grouped to help improve muscle memory and indicate a common starting point. The pictures illustrate a sensory experience of writing in the sand to stimulate the brain for learning. With letters grouped by similar starting points and straight downstrokes, it can speed up the handwriting process and improve letter print recognition for reading. Images of the letters share the same shape to help avoid common letter reversal errors. Special attention to paid to the vowel letter, by a colorful bird. Paired with a fun and memorable story to engage the interests of young students.
Handwriting letter strips can be found on my TPT page. These are great for students to use daily. Practice writing the letters and making the letters sounds are very important for reading and spelling.
This is a perfect book to use with sand tray letters.
The next book in the series is “X Pirate Letters.“
The 4 book series can be purchased on AMAZON
Enjoy! Have Pure Joy Teaching
You may also like the c letters for sand trays.