because, many times, this is a first for my ELL students.
Just in case you can use the chart as well (and I hope you can!) I am linking it up for free on my Teacher’s Notebook store. I would love to hear some feedback on the store/item, if you have a free moment to do so (I know you are all incredibly busy too, so I will understand if you don’t have time!). Here’s a little peek (if you click on the image, it will take you to the download page):
I’m going to print them on cardstock instead of laminating them (I’ve been trying to cut back on that a bit because it’s easier to see the signs from far away if they’re not shiny) and hang them on our black-fabric bulletin board so they’ll pop (hopefully!).
This alphabet line is available for purchase in my Teacher’s Notebook store (you can click on the preview below if you’d like to see more about this item)…
Do you teach cursive in your district? At which grade levels? I’m very curious about this. Even though my students are older, it’s something I always try to squeeze cursive in with my newcomers, especially if they haven’t learned it at all yet. Nice to see you all, happy blogging!! 🙂