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    I am new to homeschooling and I was wondering if anyone knows if T4L has any practice sheets that are printable for writing practice. If they don't, does anyone know of a website that provides what I might need. Thank you in advance
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    Hello, Karissa.

    Time4Learning doesn't have printable worksheets that specifically teach or allow practice with penmanship. If you Google "free penmanship worksheets" or "free handwriting worksheets", you'll get loads of hits.

    Some of my favorites are the "handwriting generator" sites that let you type in the words or sentences you want your students to practice and then generate a page with what you have typed. Those are great for practicing writing your name, or you can think up goofy sentences for your kids to write to make things fun, or choose words/sentences from one of their favorite books or having to do with their interests.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hearthstone_academy View Post
    Hello, Karissa.

    Time4Learning doesn't have printable worksheets that specifically teach or allow practice with penmanship. If you Google "free penmanship worksheets" or "free handwriting worksheets", you'll get loads of hits.

    Some of my favorites are the "handwriting generator" sites that let you type in the words or sentences you want your students to practice and then generate a page with what you have typed. Those are great for practicing writing your name, or you can think up goofy sentences for your kids to write to make things fun, or choose words/sentences from one of their favorite books or having to do with their interests.
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    You should try Teachers at Teachers, they offer a lot of free printouts.
    Also try Education.com, it's $10 a month, but well worth it, they have anything you can think of, from activity sheets to full lesson plans for all grades and subjects.
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