In this activity, kids practice writing a narrative text. They describe an iguana by answering the questions. Students explain how the iguana looks, where it lives, and what it eats. Students learn to form written sentences that others can understand. They continue to work on proper letter formation and spacing. The writing is based on previously reading the passage about the iguana. Students read their writing to their classmates and ask them to guess what animal it is.
Available styles and printing options:
Styles: Zaner-Bloser, Handwriting Without Tears (HWT), and D’Nealian.
Printing options: black lines.
Zaner-Bloser. Forming letters straight up and down. Guideline: blue headline, red baseline, and dotted midline. An easy step-by-step approach.
Handwriting Without Tears. Forming letters using simple strokes. Guideline: simplified. Modern handwriting.
D’Nealian. Forming letters in slight slant and adding little tails to each letter. Guideline: blue headline, red baseline, and dotted midline. Easier transition to cursive.