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L L L L L

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Trace and write the letters.

L L L L

L

L L L L

Stroke description to guide letter formation at home: 1. Pull down straight. Slide right.

L L L L

L L L L

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l l

l l l l

l

Trace and write the letters.

l

l l l l

l

l l l l

l

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l l l l

Stroke description to guide letter formation at home: 1. Pull down straight.

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I I

I I I I

I

Trace and write the letters.

I

I I I I

I

I I I I

I

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I I I I

Stroke description to guide letter formation at home: 1. Pull down straight. Lift. 2. Slide right. Lift. 3. Slide right.

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i i

i i i i

i

Trace and write the letters.

i

i i i i

i

i i i i

i

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i i i i

Stroke description to guide letter formation at home: 1. Pull down straight. Lift. 2. Dot.

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T T T T T

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Trace and write the letters.

T T T T

T

T T T T

Stroke description to guide letter formation at home: 1. Pull down straight. Lift. 2. Slide right.

T T T T

T T T T

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t t

t t t t

t

Trace and write the letters.

t

t t t t

t

t t t t

t

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t t t t

Stroke description to guide letter formation at home: 1. Pull down straight. Lift. 2. Slide right.

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Note to Families: In handwriting, we have been writing the letters L and l. Use the stroke descriptions below to review the formation of these letters with your

child. Then spend a few moments completing the following activity together. For additional practice, have your child trace the letters L and l in the air.

Trace the shaded letters in the picture. Color the picture.

Stroke Descriptions

L

1. Pull down straight. Slide right.

l

1. Pull down straight.

Note to Families: In handwriting, we have been writing the letters I and i. Use the stroke descriptions below to review the formation of these letters with your child. Then spend a few moments completing the

following activity together. For additional practice, have your child place the letter cards on items at home that begin with I or i.

Cut out the letter cards. Make textured letters by attaching dry noodles, sand, or glitter with glue. Trace the letters with your finger, following the correct stroke sequence.

Stroke Descriptions

I

I i

1. Pull down straight. Lift. 2. Slide right. Lift. 3. Slide right.

i

1. Pull down straight. Lift. 2. Dot.

Note to Families: In handwriting, we have been writing the letters T and t. Use the stroke descriptions below to review the formation of these letters with your

child. Then spend a few moments completing the following activity together. For additional practice, have your child use craft sticks to make T and t.

Trace the shaded letters in the picture. Color the picture.

Stroke Descriptions

T

1. Pull down straight. Lift. 2. Slide right.

t

1. Pull down straight. Lift. 2. Slide right.

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