Lined Paper Writing

Lined Paper Writing-11
So I set out to see what my now five and a half year old students would be able to handle. This book names the top section “the sky,” the bottom section “the grass,” and under the line is “the dirt” or “mud.” It explains that some letters are “Sky Letters” and that they reach up the the sky, others are grass letters, reaching only to the middle line, and others have their tails in the dirt.

So I set out to see what my now five and a half year old students would be able to handle. This book names the top section “the sky,” the bottom section “the grass,” and under the line is “the dirt” or “mud.” It explains that some letters are “Sky Letters” and that they reach up the the sky, others are grass letters, reaching only to the middle line, and others have their tails in the dirt.

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For example, I might call out, “Lower case g is a mud letter! ” Or, “Remember, the lower case m starts at the fence and is rounded, not pointy.” I keep a dry erase board handy so I can quickly demonstrate on it if needed.

Practice Similar Letters Together We felt that we needed to go back and reteach how to make the lower case h, n, m, and r because so many of our kids were confused on how to form them correctly.

Then we did all of the “Mud Letters:” the lower case g, j, p, q, and y.

We went straight to the small lined paper, and it was pretty hard for some of the kids.

I think that part of the problem is that even if you use large lined paper, it’s still pretty small in their eyes!

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